Wednesday, July 6, 2022

Six Ways to Write a Love Letter by Jackson Pearce

Fame and love are hard enough on their own.

Beloved author Jackson Pearce brings her trademark humor and emotion to a compelling and hopelessly romantic story about how impossible fame and love can be on their own, much less together.

Maybe everything they say about Vivi Swan is true.

Maybe America's Sweetheart is all fluff and no substance.

And maybe every guy she dates is fodder for her next breakup song.

But session drummer Remy Young doesn't care. Touring with Vivi Swan means more money than he and his brother could ever earn on their own. And he's smart enough to keep himself away from drama.

Then a bus mix-up forces Remy and Vivi to spend hours together, and he's surprised to discover that she's nothing like the rumors said. When she asks for his help writing her next song, he's immediately on board—for professional reasons, of course.

Soon, it's clear that every variation of their song is just a different way to write a love letter, even as Remy wonders if he's setting himself up to be the next guy on her list of exes. And when Vivi's private life and public facade finally clash, a celebrity gossip blog threatens everything they've created together...


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Six Ways to Write a Love Letter by Jackson Pearce

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Reviews by the Wicked Reads Review Team

This is a really engaging read, which follows some expected paths in the rock star on tour route, but also creates a bubble of intimacy which is fun, if a little illicit!

Remy and his brother, Val, are a close team along with Val's girlfriend, Celeste – they share a house and perform in their band together. Then Remy gets an offer to fill in on drums for a tour of a pop star, Vivi Swan. Needing the money as much as the opportunity, Remy decides he should go, even if his brother is skeptical as to the value of the experience.

As we follow his adventures, we also get snippets of how the men grew up and got to L.A. in the first place, and we also see how Celeste and Val move on in their lives without Remy sharing the apartment with them – I thought the parallels were really smoothly and carefully written and worked very well.

As to the budding romance with the cut off/protected Vivi, well that is complicated in a whole other world way, and Remy is both naive and worldly in his approach to being with her. He is definitely the one who has very little support, and as it turns out that which he believes he has is maybe not what he had hoped. Trust is a difficult concept in this world, and the hurts from their childhood are not diminished in this scenario either.

An easy, light, and perfect for a summer's day read.



Author Bio

JACKSON PEARCE lives in Atlanta, Georgia, with a slightly cross-eyed cat and a lot of secondhand furniture. She auditioned for the circus once, but didn't make it; other jobs she's had include obituaries writer, biker bar waitress, and receptionist.

Jackson began writing when she got angry that the school librarian couldn't tell her of a book that contained a smart girl, horses, baby animals, and magic. Her solution was to write the book herself when she was twelve. Her parents thought it was cute at first, but have grown steadily more concerned for her ever since.

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Reviewers on the Wicked Reads Review Team were provided a free copy of Six Ways to Write a Love Letter by Jackson Pearce to read and review.

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