Interlude (Rockstar #4) by Anne Mercier | BOOK REVIEW

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Interlude (Rockstar, #4)Interlude by Anne Mercier
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

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"Past to present...

PAST: 
It all starts with a glimpse into the past of Falling Down, when Jesse meets Lucy, and everything you've wondered about Cage. Let's see how they got to where they are right now.


PRESENT:
It's time to prepare to go back out on tour. Let's meet the Blush Baby and get everyone settled in for what looks to be like a kick ass finish to the BFD tour."

My Thoughts  


“You were my schoolgirl crush - a fantasy. Now here you are standing in front of me, ready to get naked with me. On top of that you’re this mega rockstar who has had so many women that you probably lost count years ago. You’re a rockstar who probably knows more about pleasuring, a woman than-the women themselves.”


Interlude acts as a filler before Ballads, Ben's book. Just as the Blurb states: Past to present...

The book literally takes us to the past of Cage, Jesse and the rest of the Falling Down members. And the difference between Cage's past and Jesse's past is that of sky and land.
Where Jesse's past is filled with one night stands, groupie whores and countless faceless women on a daily basis, Cage's past on the other hand is dark, gritty filled with murder and revenge.

There were a few surprises in the book, for example, (view spoiler)

We also have a little more insight into the Russo- Manzini feud through Cage's P.O.V.

The present is about the Blush Baby and let me tell you, everything is not as it seems. Especially with her.
We get a one complete flashback of when Ian, Lucy's ex, (view spoiler) And the shit is going to get real with Ian in the next book!

Though, there was one scene I would have loved to have in the book and that was when FD gets to know that Lucy and Sera are the granddaughters to the head of the biggest mafia family. Now that reaction would be something I would absolutely love to see. *Anne I'm hinting at something*

The book certainly lives up to its title. It definitely is the Interlude before the next book comes out.



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