Book Review · Books · New Adult · Romance

The Hysterics by Kristen Hope Mazzola

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Genre

New Adult Rockstar Romance

Description

Once upon a time, I was Fallon Dunbar. Rock and roll, drugs, and bad decisions were the life I lived. I’d fallen so deep into the dark rabbit hole that I was certain I would never make it out alive. People like me didn’t get second chance. People like me didn’t get lifted from the darkness. So when the opportunity showed up, I had to take it. I walked away from everything I loved, everything that was killing me, and I became Fae Dunham. After that, I had behind makeup, long sleeves, and a closed-off heart. All was well until I met Dane Pearson.

He wasn’t convinced of the new me, and whenever he was near, I felt like the old me, the real me, filled with passion and a love for music. Every day was a fight to not fall back down the rabbit hole. And every day, somehow, I slowly began to discover what it meant to fin myself. It was a hysteric rise, but it was ours. And I wouldn’t change a thing. From the Author

**18+ for sexual situations, language, and adult content.**

This book is a standalone! In the Crashing Series there are some character overlaps with The Hysterics, so after you fall in love with Dane and Fallon in The Hysterics, you can see what they’re up to a few years in the future in Crashing Back Down 

Review

The Hysterics is an emotional rockstar romance about two people who both have dark and painful pasts. Even though they have extremely painful pasts, Dane and Fallon have two gigantic hearts and care deeply when they let people in. I loved this book and everything about Dane and Fallon. Their story is fun, passionate, and powerful.  I wasn’t ready to tell these characters bye at the end of the story, but luckily they make appearances in some of Kristen Hope Mazzola’s other works!

Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2rBGxeL

Rating

♥♥♥♥♥

Quotes

“Here she was, showing up in my life like an archangel, her wings still a little singed from the wreckage of her past.”

“Charting new courses should be exciting, There’s a depth most unwilling to enter, But the path less traveled may lead to splendor.”

“The chemistry between us will blow this place apart and make it better through the destruction.”

“If you can’t love him completely, then don’t love him at all.”

“The caverns of your soul, Ones left unexplored, That’s where I belong.”

“It was so true: life did have a way of crashing down around you, but that isn’t always a bad thing.”

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