REVIEW: Bravo! Well done. I have read three previous books by Wendy Million, they were the Donaghey Brothers series and I loved them. When Stars Fall is her brand new release and she has knocked it out of the park with this book. I loved every minute I spent reading this new story.
The main characters were perfect and perfectly flawed. She did such a good job with them. This book deals with two stars referred to as WYLLIE. Wyatt and Ellie. The story is presented in a way that I found myself pulling for both characters. They were so well developed. I didn’t ever think I was reading a made up story. This very well could have happened.
There is a tiny bit of sex but it is not over the top descriptive. There is a lot of drug abuse that plays into everything that happens. This book pulled at my heartstrings and kept me glued to my seat. I thought I was going to miss release day. Not a chance!
This book gave me all the feels. It is a beautiful love story. What they go through is not always beautiful. There is a lot of sorrow. That’s all I can really tell you because, I’m not going to ruin the book for you. You have to read this for yourself!
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.
SYNOPSIS: When faced with a decision all those years ago, Wyatt chose wrong.
And now it’ll take a lot more than fast-talking to get Ellie back.
This time, he won’t let go. This time, it’s different.
This time he’s only choosing her.
Thirteen years ago, Ellie Cooper struck gold. She secured a coveted movie role that sent her life spiraling into success and out of control. Landing in the arms of Wyatt Burgess, her world-famous co-star with some hard-partying ways, she was enveloped in a world of clubs, romance, and drugs. But when one of Wyatt and Ellie’s best friends overdoses outside a nightclub, Ellie gives Wyatt an ultimatum: the lifestyle or her. Wyatt makes the wrong choice.
Years later, Wyatt sets out to make things right. But Ellie has moved on; she’s left the party life behind in exchange for something more stable. But Wyatt has always set her heart on fire. And now she’s forced to choose between the new world she has carved out for herself and the passionate whirlwind that allowing Wyatt back into her life could bring . . .