Title: Many Sounds of Silence (Seattle Sound #4)
Author: Alexa Padgett
Published: January 9, 2017 by Sidecar Press, LLC
Format: Kindle Edition
Genre: Romance, New Adult
Reading Period: January 15, 2017
Maybe she should have sensed the envy when her friends told her how smart, beautiful, and confident she was. But once her mother married a rock star, college freshman Abbi Dorsey suddenly had too many things going for her. One night she can’t remember produced a brutal set of photos the media—and the student body—won’t let her forget. No matter what she does, she can’t escape the fallout… or the threat of more to come.
A Great Lie
Green-eyed senior Clay Rippey has a famous father of his own, and he knows the sting of betrayal. From the moment he sees Abbi, he can’t stop thinking about her. He’s not the relationship type. But he can play one for the press…
A Dangerous Hope
There’s nothing made up about the desire sizzling between Abbi and Clay. But a bond built on fear and faking it doesn’t lead to happy endings. Too bad sticking to the safe route is all but impossible…
I received a free digital copy of this book under New Adult Book Club in read-to-review basis.
“…what do you plan to do with your life? How much is a second chance worth to you?”
I’m thrilled after reading the synopsis. This is my first time to read a novel written by Alexa Padgett and after reading this, I would like to read her other novels.
I like the story because it shows how a female should fight for her rights as a human and be respected and not to violate in any aspect of life.
Abbi was a strong woman. I understand why she was hesitant at first to fight for those people who wants her happiness. She was just scared and a victim of cyberbullying. World is cruel, but people made the cruelty.
I like Clay because of his amazing personality. He accepted Abbi despite of her past. He understood her and saw Abbi’s true personality though he keeps on denying his growing love. And especially I like their connection.
I believe that this book is an eye-opener, that we should respect each other and that we should not live under the social media and gossips. We should think before we click. We might be the cause of someone’s suffering or depression because of that one click in the social media.
I will recommend this book to my friends. They will definitely enjoy this like I did.