i received a review copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. all opinions below are my own.
a big thank you to rabt book tours for letting me be part of the blog tour for this novel! (also, it’s been a while since the last time i wrote a post for a blog tour. i’m feeling a bit nostalgic.)
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i received a review copy of this book from the authors in exchange for an honest review. all opinions below are my own.
Comeback by Lyn Ashwood & Rachel Rose
Emery Jung is living his dream. Known by his stage name M, he is loved by millions of fans around the world as a member of the rising K-pop group NEON, but all fame comes with a cost, especially when one slip up can have viral consequences.
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Alana Kim is trying to forget. After a tragic loss sends her spiraling, she escapes to her family in Korea, abandoning her love of music along the way. However, her plans are derailed when she literally runs into M, the famous K-pop idol.
When their paths collide, Emery and Alana must work together to prevent a scandal from ruining NEON’s success, sparking a journey of friendship, love, and healing. Unfortunately, fame and love aren’t easily compatible, especially in the world of K-pop.
do you hear that? that is the sound of me freaking out. because, you know, it’s the middle of the year. and freaking out is what book bloggers usually do at this time of year.
i stole this tag from amber @ the literary phoenix, who is one of my favorite bloggers, ever, and i have no idea where it’s originally from – if anyone knows, please comment down below and tell me! recently, i’ve been seeing this tag everywhere and in my two years of book blogging, i’ve never once tried it. to quote the words of the amazing emma watson, “if not now, when?” – today, i’ve decided to (finally) do the mid-year freak out book tag.
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