remix – lexi revellian
I paid 49p for this for Kindle on one of my cheap sprees. I’m glad I did as it was very entertaining. When you’ve paid so little for a book, you don’t really have any expectations, so it’s nice when it’s actually still enjoyable
Caz has a workshop (where she restores rocking-horses) and flat in trendy Hoxton in London, and one day she finds a man and his dog sleeping on her garden furniture. He’s not your average hobo, being quite charismatic and cute (which always helps in these things), but after seeing him on his way, she doesn’t give him too much thought.
Until he turns up on her doorstop again and reveals his identity as one of the greatest rock legends of our time. All very good, except he’s been dead for five years.
This is a chick-lit-whodunnit, but isn’t entirely frothy. The characters are all really well thought out, and I think a lot of planning went into the really quite complicated back story.
There’s humour, love and a sassy heroine – just what every chick lit book needs. And if that’s what you’re in the mood for, then you would be disappointed if it didn’t live up to your formulaic expectations!
I really enjoyed it – and would’ve been happy at twice the price