September 21, 2015

✯ ☆҉‿➹⁀☆҉ Fade To Red Release and Review ✯ ☆҉‿➹⁀☆҉

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Dancing in pop superstar Beckham Woods’ entourage was the last thing Roxie wanted. Her life with little Leo was blissfully ordinary; she didn’t have time for the drama that stirring up old memories would surely cause. But when Roxie took a spot on an international tour with Woods and rock icon Ian Sterling, the lure of financial security and her passion for dance pulled her into an emotional storm that threatened to spin out of control and hurt the ones she loved most. Just as she began to adjust to her new life, it became apparent that danger was in the shadows, waiting for a chance to move... ***Fade to Red is a standalone novel featuring characters from True Love Story.***

As soon as I saw that Willow Aster had a new book coming, I knew I had to read it.  I went in to Fade to Red completely blind, not even reading the blurb.  And to say the least, I was NOT disappointed.  Willow has a way of weaving a story and her writing is on point.  When I first sat down with my kindle, I thought, “Oh, I will just read a couple of chapters and then I need to get some things done…”  A couple of hours later, and I knew I wasn’t going anywhere until I was finished with the story.

Roxie is trying to make something of herself and to be able to take care and provide for her son she is hoping to get on Beckham’s upcoming tour as a dancer.  Of course, there is an instant connection between the two but Roxie is not interested.  At all.  Beckham feels that connection, but cannot put his finger on what it might be.

Like I said, I went in to the book blind, so I was pleasantly surprised when Ian Sterling makes an appearance in this book. (For those of you who have NOT read True Love Story, that was his book.)  Ian and Beckam are on tour together, and you get to see Ian happy. Again, which is something we all desperately wanted.  (If you haven’t read True Love Story, DO IT!)

There are some chapters that help add some mystery and suspense to this romance.  When it all starts coming together, you can feel it in your bones what is inevitably going to happen, and at the same time hope and pray that you’re wrong.  All the pieces start weaving together; they make you think a little bit, and what you get is an amazing, unique story, that I hated to see come to an end.  I wanted more, which is always something I want with Willow’s writing.


Willow Aster loves nothing more than writing the day away--anywhere will do. Her ideal place to write would be a remote treehouse somewhere, but not just any treehouse. It would need to be more like a fabulous cottage inside and free of bugs. Oh!--and a refrigerator full of Coca-cola, Orangina, and cheese.
Author of True L̶o̶v̶e̶ Story (USA Today Bestseller), In the Fields, Maybe Maby and the upcoming Fade to Red.
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