Our Broken Song (2021)

About the Book

Book: Our Broken Song

SeriesFor Love and Rock #2

Author: Emily Childs

Release Date: September 30, 2021

Genre: Contemporary Romance, Sweet Romance

His kiss knocked her off her feet. But the next day… he hated her.

Pop-rock princess, Ellie Walker is an expert at navigating the world of rock and roll. She’s the sunshine girl who befriends even the wildest of rockstars and fans.

Except when it comes to Tate Hawkins.

The grumpy, annoyingly sexy drummer of Perfectly Broken tilted her world once, but now spends his free time shooting her with dagger eyes.

She has no idea why, and she certainly doesn’t care. The kiss was a mistake, and she’s over it. She’ll just keep avoiding him and wooing his best friends and bandmates until he’s red in the face.

But when a member of Perfectly Broken drops out of a headlining tour, the studio scrambles to find a replacement. Their best option–Ellie.

One thing is for sure, tour busses and stages aren’t big enough for both of them. With every moment they’re forced to spend together, sparks fly, secrets unravel, and tension borders on irresistible.

But when the tour ends, will they give love a chance, or will their fiery relationship explode?

Perfect for readers who love a good mix of sweet and sizzle, toe-curling kisses, swoony book boyfriends, and a happily ever after.

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My Thoughts

Our Broken Song by Emily Childs is an absolutely FANTASTIC contemporary romance. This book has everything a girl could want in a great love story. The pacing is exceptionally fast — I finished this book in one sitting. I truly did not want to put this book down. The storyline is excellent; I love a good rock’n’roll romance. And the characters are perfect. Ellie is one cool chick. She is definitely the kind of person one would want in their corner. Yes, she is creative and fun and fierce, but what I love the most about her character is her loyalty to her friends and family, and how she refuses to let Tate hide from his demons. Ellie is such a supportive character. We would all do well to have an Ellie in our lives. Tate is the BEST hero ever. Oh, how my heart hurt deeply for his character. In fact, I needed tissue for a good chunk of this read. Tate’s childhood was deplorable and has caused some relationship issues in his adulthood. He also suffers from debilitating anxiety attacks and thoughts that spiral irrationally out of control. I’ve never related to a male character as much as I have Tate. I feel that Childs did a phenomenal job illustrating the pain and torture that out-of-control thoughts and anxiety attacks inflict on a person. This book is not all heartbreak though. No, no, no! This story has some seriously steamy moments for sure. The chemistry between Ellie and Tate is electric, and I’m surprised they don’t both catch on fire whenever they’re in the same room together. LOL!

Our Broken Song is a homerun by author Emily Childs. This story is unputdownable and unforgettable. I am sorry my time with these characters is over, but I totally look forward to reading book 3 in the series, Our Lost Song. I know it will be as amazing as books 1 and 2 are! If you are in the mood for a well-written, super-steamy contemporary romance with substance, then I highly recommend you check out Our Broken Song today.

I purchased a copy of this novel in eBook form from Amazon.com on September 29, 2021, in order to review. In no way has this influenced my review. The opinions expressed in this review are my own.

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