Dammit, Skye Warren! You did it again. Overture is a helluva book with that classic Skye touch, and I seriously when I was done reading the book, because, well, reasons. The whole book really sent me on a loop and I was just so happy that I could read it.
So, Samantha is a 17 year old violin prodigy. She’s talented and makes music like she breathes. She’s almost 18 and will be going on a long tour then. When she was 12, her father died and Liam North became her legal guardian. And until recently, that wasn’t a huge problem, but now she wants Liam like a woman wants a man.
Liam is a mercenary and the head of North Security. He had reasons to take Samantha in, and during those 6 years, he did everything that he could to keep her safe. But now, things have changed, and he has to keep her safe from himself.
Skye is a genius when it comes to putting together stories like this. She really packs in the emotions and makes you feel every little bit of everything that her characters are feeling. She leaves you strung out from her books, and I’ll just bet that she laughs about it too. Authors are mean like that, you know.
But seriously, this was a helluva journey. I was mad and glad and sad, often all at the same time, which go explain that. I get where both Liam and Samantha are coming from. I think sometimes they are talking at cross purposes because they are both trying to say things to each other but it just doesn’t seem to go anywhere. I think that they need to listen to each other more and definitely listen to what they are each saying.
As with many of Skye’s books, there is a Tanglewood connection, and I love getting to see all our old friends from Tanglewood.
ARGHHHHH! That ending! I am going to die between now and the next one. I don’t know if I am going to be able to handle it.
I do love how Samantha shut down all the brothers. It was pretty epic, and Liam definitely didn’t expect it to happen.
I really, really can’t wait to see what happens next.
OK, that’s all I have to say about this one. Go check out all of Skye’s work. Happy reading!