BUT, any romance gets a bit boring without some tension, and boy do Julie and Gavin have tension in spades. From their illicit, semi-taboo pre-show hotel fling to their clashing creative alpha personalities, Julie and Gavin burn hot in more ways than one.
Ok, maybe also in a sexual way.
And my dress wasn't finishing itself.
The first of these issues was culture. A huge part of what is working against Julie is her family's Korean culture and the limitations she feels that her family's expectations put on her. As if stepping out of her comfort zone weren't difficult enough, Julie also has to face the aspect of shame, which is not something that many of us can truly claim familiarity with. Briggs pinpoints it beautifully though.
I loved this installment in the Chasing the Dream series, and I can't wait to read Carla's story next!
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If you haven't yet read the other books in the series, you should do so immediately!
More Than Exes
More Than Music
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