“Do you want to live in the sun?” he asked quietly. “Or do you want to go back in the shadows?” – 3.25/5 stars!
Attention! This book contains: London, hotels, gardens, stars, breakfasts, acting jobs, reading tables, beards, tabloids, absent parents, trucks, makeup artists, barns and scripts.
Meh… not my favorite book ever, but also not bad. Second chance romances are not usually my jam as it is, but this fell flat for me. I just had a constant feeling that something was missing!
The characters were kind of boring and – even though I really tried – I didn’t connect to any of them. I didn’t care for Tate, or Sam, or the relationship between Tate and her dad, the acting bits… almost nothing!
I listened to this as an audiobook and the narration was also not that great, in my opinion. I wasn’t a fan of the way the narrator did the male voices, but it didn’t bothered me a lot.
And this is only a pet peeve of mine, but I wish the title had more to do with the story! I mean, I get why it’s named Twice in a Blue Moon, but I wish there was a better title that would define the book better.
Not gonna lie, there is nothing special about this book. There is nothing wrong with it and it was still kind of entertaining… but it was SO basic.