{Review} Opening Act by Suleikha Snyder

{Review} Opening Act by Suleikha SnyderOpening Act by Suleikha Snyder
Published by Entangled: Select on May 27, 2014
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Friends to More, New Adult
Character(s): Bartenders, Rockstars/Musicians
Pages: 85
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Reporter Saroj Shah has been in love with bass player and bartender Adam Harper since her first day of college—seven years ago. Forever thinking of her as part-friend and part-little sister, he’s just been too blind, and too clueless, to see it. Until one pivotal moment pulls her into the spotlight.

The moment Saroj steps on stage, Adam sees his friend in a new light. He can’t take his mind off of her and realizes they could make beautiful music together. But seven years is a long time and Saroj is ready to move on. Adam will have to hit the right note if he wants to prove to Saroj he was worth the wait.

Opening Act by Suleikha Snyder is a short and sweet friends to lovers story. Saroj Shah has been in love with her best friend, Adam Harper, for years. When she finally tells him her feelings after seven long years, in a twist, he tells her he doesn’t feel the same way. After all, she’s had plenty of time to live with her feelings, him not so much. This is the story of what happens after that, and it was a refreshing change. I wish this story would have been longer so that emotions and actions and personalities could have been explored deeper, the book would have certainly benefited from that. However, this packs a bit of a punch in the feels. Give this one a shot, you won’t be sorry.

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Overall: 3

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