Strung Out by Lyrica Creed

String out by Lyrica Creed

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A Needles and Pins Rock Romance

Finding my best friend and getting the hell out of California is top priority. Especially as the relationship with my rockstar stepbrother becomes more complicated with each passing day…

When my best friend disappears after partying on her favorite band’s tour bus, I travel to L.A. to track down the band known as Rageon and find Ivy.

My ex-stepbrother, Gage, a musician who’s just come off tour invites me to crash at his place. The last time I saw Gage in person, we were teens. He’s a popular presence on social media, so I’m prepared for the tattoo-covered rocker who answers my knock. What I’m not expecting is to find the sweet, sensitive teen I grew up with is now an irresponsible, partying playboy with a drug addiction.

As the search for Ivy narrows, my relationship with my rockstar stepbrother becomes more complicated. My search for Ivy takes me places I never wanted to go.

And my heart is an unwilling passenger on that dark ride.

About the author

Lyrica Creed lives and breathes music. Austin, Texas will always be home, but she surrendered to wanderlust just out of college. Her phone stays handy while sleeping to record the melodies or verses she wakes to. One night instead of a tune, she roused to a plot and characters whispering in her ear, and Strung Out was born. When Gage and Scarlette weren’t content to fade away into their HEA, Hung Out followed.

Twitter Name: @Lyrica_Creed
Facebook Name: NeedlesandPins

Reviews

Format: Kindle Edition

Wow! This is somewhat a “typical” rock star book but there are so many more levels to this book that I found so unique and refreshing and it totally sucked me in.

Scarlette “Scarla” Smythe is dropping out of school to find her best friend Ivy that seems to have vanished while on tour with the rock band Rageon. Unfortunately dropping out is also due to the lack of money that she has with her mom not really contributing financially to their living situation. Trying to find any clues that she can Scarla turns to her ex-stepbrother Gage Remington for help finding Ivy.

Gage is not the person that Scarla remembers 90% of the time. He has turned into a drug addict and is obviously into way more “kinky” sex than Scarla has ever seen. Yet somewhere the same Gage remains from when they lived together as teenagers and Scarla hopes that he is able to go back to that person.

As Scarla and Gage get closer to finding Ivy, they also find themselves attracted to each other and must figure out if they are “brother/sister” or a whole new relationship. When Scarla’s carefully guarded past secrets begin to leak out they must decide if she is going to stay in hiding or be the woman that most people have never forgotten.

I really loved this book and all the different levels of emotions that I went through while reading it. I truly loved Scarla and did so more and more as the book went on as there was so much that she went through living with her mother that no one knew about how she had to drop out of school due to her mom’s living style. It was so heartbreaking as no child should ever have to go through some of that stuff.

Gage was such a lost soul.Read more ›

 

By DAA on April 24, 2016

Format: Kindle Edition

Scarlett and Gage were once step-siblings when her mom was married to his father. But after the divorce there was distance. Scar went to California to find her friend who disappeared after going to a concert , that Scar missed. She contacts him and his father to help in the hunt. While staying at Gate’s house past issues become open. He is a rock star who has drug problems simular of her father who overdosed years ago. She has so much going on in her life. She has been in hiding from her father’s public. He was also a famous rock star. And her mother from hell. Will she ever find her friend and will she and Gage find the love they each are denying? Have read this story while it was on Wattpad. Can’t wait to read the next book.

 

By Joanna on April 18, 2016

Format: Kindle Edition

I really enjoyed reading Strung out. It’s a really good fast read. the story line was good and easy to keep up with. the charaters were really good and easy to like and fall in love with. I would tell everyone to give this book a go.

 

Format: Kindle Edition

The cover draws you in and definitely matches the storyline. The title has a double meaning and draws you in. Overall the plot was very realistic, fascinating,

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