Review: Tracks (Rock Bottom #1) by Sarah Biermann

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When Harvard Law student, Dylan Ackhart, moves to Boston with her best friend- the last thing she expects to find is Jeremy Mason.
Jeremy is sexy, smart, and passionate- and currently the most famous rock star in the world.

From the first moment Dylan meets Jeremy, she’s attracted to him. But she soon finds the fame and press can wear on you.
Plus, Jeremy seems to be hiding things from her- including his relationship with the mysterious blue-haired girl.

Tracks takes you on a ride through the not so glamorous side of dating a rock star- sex, drugs, rock and roll.


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4 star review!

I adored this book and the struggles that the couple experienced were real-life situations that not many people deal with. It really opened my eyes to the things that some people do for the people they love.

Dylan Ackhart is finally going to her dream school. After getting accepted into Harvard Law School, she moves from Philadelphia to Boston with her best friend Theresa. As a house-warming present from Theresa’s parents, they receive front-row tickets to Jeremy Mason’s concert in Boston. Jeremy instantly spots Dylan in the crowd, and continually glances back at her during the show.  An incident happens during the concert which finds the girls backstage, where Dylan meets Jeremy personally.

After this meeting, a chain of events happen successively. The two both have their fair share of sucky childhoods and cope in different ways. The way that Jeremy copes is not healthy for himself or his relationship with Dylan. Forcing her to give Jeremy an ultimatum. This leaves Dylan with an awfully tough task of help Jeremy get better while studying full-time in Law school.

“I was no longer a single person. I was drowning in him again.”

I really enjoyed the story and can’t wait to see what happens in the sequel Trials (Rock Bottom #2).

Availables on Amazon.
Dylan and Jeremy’s story continues in Trials this August.

– Emily-Jane.

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