Review: Just a Girl by Ellie Cahill


ARC kindly received via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

3-3.5 Stars

I enjoyed this one. It was fun and easy to read. Presley has just been kicked out of her band and simultaneously dumped by her boyfriend (member of said band) and has gone back home to her parents to mope/contemplate what she’s going to do next.

Presley has grown up around music, her parents were in the industry themselves and she grew up in their music store. Many of her parents friends and her godparents are music legends. So try as she might, she can’t stay away from music.

Along comes Paul, a music teacher who works at The Continental, her parents music store.

Of course, a romance ensues but things get messy when they need/want Presley to join the band.  Things do downhill from here, and its interesting to see the effect it has on the whole band and the way the bandmates interact etc.

I really enjoyed the relationship between Presley and Paul, and the secondary characters were cool too, particularly Kenzie.

This was fun to read, lots of funny moments, hot sex scenes, some angst and I’ll leave you to find out for yourself whether or not this ones a happily ever after.

Would recommend.


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