Rock Fiction Coveting: The Fall of Sky by Alexia Purdy

Posted: July 7, 2015 in Rock Fiction Coveting
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This one’s different, and not just because it’s not a series. Take a peek and see what I mean.

Traveling across the United States in their beat up station wagon, sisters Audrey and Liv Westing flee their dark pasts. Playing gigs as a singing duo in questionable bars and dives, they live life in the fast lane. No regrets. No Looking back. When their beauty and music attract the eye of a deadly, but powerful Cartel family, everything spirals out of control.

The fall is worth the pain…

Along with a sexy, blind percussionist named Saul, the sisters shoot their way to the top of the music charts, but the price to pay for stardom is steep when knee deep in carnal contracts that demand more than the sisters can give.

Love is a killer…

Where hearts are the currency and music is the only escape, Liv and Audrey must make their way through a world of sketchy music deals, sexy assassins, and unfathomable demands from those who want nothing more than to own every piece of them. But Audrey and Liv don’t mind breaking every single rule to survive.

Wait for the encore before the sky falls…

So on the one hand, this is a rags-to-riches story. On the other, there’s the mob. (and Susan is groaning over all the typos and cliches in that description. Even I caught a few.)

Which is it? How can it be both? Or are those typos a sign of something?

I’m hoping for brilliance, as always. What are the chances?

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