I want to thank Entangled Teen for providing me with a copy of this book to read and give an honest review. Receiving this book for free has in no way altered my opinion or review.
I was really excited to receive a copy of this book. I love this series and have especially wanted to figure out the enigma that has been Will. Add the twist that it's not Will at all, but his twin brother Matt, and you've got a mix that will certainly satisfy.
I really love Anya's character. As a matter of fact, she is my favorite female character of this series so far. She's street smart, on account of her homelessness. I love that she's a journalist and has been hired to shadow the band. Seeing them through her eyes was fun. Anya has a great way about her. She's curious, but not to a fault. At the same time, she shies away from revealing too much about herself. She's certainly a strong character.
And Matt. I will say I was surprised not to get Will's story. And maybe a bit disappointed because I'd really like to know a bit more about him. But I really did love Matt. The fact that he's willing to sacrifice so much for his family made me like him all the more. For him holding in his secret is of the utmost importance.
This story is fast paced and fun. I still love the second book most, but this runs a close second to it. The story moves and I was never bored. Of course it's got some teen angst in it, would it be YA if it didn't? But it's not overdone at all. And there is some great humor sewn throughout.
If you like reads that are fun and easy with a HEA that is heart warming, then this one is certainly a good pick to add to your TBR. Actually, any of the books in this series are!Suze Winegardner is an ex-pat Brit who quells her homesickness with Cadbury Flakes and Fray Bentos pies. She thinks her life is chock full of hoot, just a little bit of nanny. And if you get that reference, well, she already considers you kin.