Fortune

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Tia Giacalone Bio:

Tia Giacalone is a hairstylist, a former English Lit major, and blogger-turned-New Adult author.  After many years of writing a now-retired personal blog, her work was also featured on numerous forums including Open Salon and Hooray Collective. She believes in eyeliner as a defense mechanism, equal rights, and Marc Jacobs.  Her favorite things include One Direction, story time, and the overzealous use of punctuation. When not writing and reading, she binge watches only the best (subjective) TV shows.  Tia lives in Southern California with her husband, daughter, and tiny dog.

 

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Fortune Synopsis:

A painter, a poet, a publicist, and a punk-rock princess… the boys of High Road Divide have no idea that this tour will change everything.

Tommy Fortune hadn’t realized he was looking for something different until he meets Cassandra Ryan. Soon their connection blurs the line between fame and reality, and it doesn’t take long for Cassandra to follow her inspiration into his world, where paint-stained hands and guitar strings become the basis of their future. But nothing is as perfect as it looks from the outside, and even the most exposed still have secrets to keep. When tour life gets complicated, loyalties will be tested on the road, and they’ll both learn that some harsh realities can’t be painted over.

What happens when an artist stuck in black and white falls for a musician who only lives in color?

A STANDALONE New Adult Contemporary Romance – intended for readers 18+ due to mature themes.
Stay tuned for Book 2 in the High Road Divide series – CRUZ – coming spring/summer 2017.

 

Fortune – Review

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My review for

Fortune

By

Tia Giacalone

5 out of 5 stars

I read this book in 2 days. It was that good.

Now this story is told from two points of views. Tommy Fortune and Cassandra.

We meet Cassandra who is a waitress but an inspiring Artist. She sells freelance art to help make ends meet with her waitress job. Her best friend Maya works with her and they both love High Road Divide a rock pop band. So when Cassandra wins two tickets for their concert, it would seem luck is finally starting to happen for her.

Tommy just wanting to get away just got the evening with no more planes. Is told he would find some peace and quiet, not many people would recognize him at a restaurant.

It’s there where Tommy and Cassandra’s lives change. 

Tommy who has never really believed in love, falls for Cassandra who treats him like any other person. Cassandra thinking since Tommy is a rock star who only wants a great time with whomever doesn’t want to trust him or her feelings for him.

But as she takes a trip with him, she learns way more about herself and taking chances. Can Cassandra trust Tommy and his feelings and find her dream? Will Tommy give in to self doubt and believe whatever rumors?

I really wish this book would be a series or even just another book. I really enjoyed these characters and the background characters of the band and Cassandra’s best friend Maya.

The Sound of us Review

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My review for

The sound of us

By

Julie Hammerle

5 out of 5 stars

First off I read this book in 5 hours.

I could not put it down. I read all night.

I love this book and I’m wishing there will be more. These characters were so awesome.

Kiki is the main character, she has self doubts and never thinks highly of herself. Her best friend Beth isn’t really a great friend at all. When Kiki gets accepted into Krause a college that has a music program. A summer camp they have for students. Beth doesn’t get accepted, so in turn she sabotages Their friendship. Making Kiki doubt herself even more. But at camp she becomes herself she meets new people and becomes friends with them. They like her for her. Kiki tried to shed her tv fanatic self from the “cool” kids.

Its there she finds love and heartbreak and friendships. Brie and Kendra and Norman and Andy, Seth and then there is Jack. Each having something that they want to change about themselves. Not wanting to give everything away. But wow I love this character. She’s into tv shows and such and a great character.

Kiki’s whole life is about tv and movies, not thinking she’s good enough for anything or anyone. This book is about learning about yourself and maybe taking a chance on things you normally wouldn’t.