Tuned Into You
The Pain of Young Love
A story detailing the pain that can sometimes come with young love.
Wrong place, wrong time. Lydia didn't even want to go to the party and then found herself in the back of a cop car with a teen singing star she didn't want to like. Her punishment? Working on Abe's father's ranch alongside the man himself. Somewhere amid the birthing horses and fences in need of mending, they realized maybe they were just what each other needed. Abe was exciting and more than she could've imagined. Lydia was down to earth and a good escape from the spotlight that's been plaguing him.
But when secrets come to light and that spotlight finds Abe once again, it may be enough to tear them apart.
What I loved:
There's a sweet innocence in the first part of the book that's hard not to love. Lydia is a fantastic character who is experiencing everything for the first time. Abe is much more experienced and much more complicated, but in the beginning, it's hard not to fall for his charm. The side characters - Lydia's family mainly - round out the fantastic cast. The pages flow easily and quickly and don't once slow enough to allow the reader to get bored.
What was just okay:
As the story went on, Abe proved himself to be rather weak, not standing up for Lydia on multiple occasions and treating her poorly. He redeems himself though.
A thoroughly entertaining story of love and secrets and fame and what to do with each.