I’m Not in the Band by Amber Garza | Review

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I’m Not in the Band by Amber Garza | ReviewI'm Not in the Band by Amber Garza
Published by Entangled Crush on June 12, 2017
Genres: Contemporary
Pages: 247
Format: ARC
Source: Publisher
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I like Kassidy Milton. There, I said it. She’s funny, beautiful—even though she doesn’t know it—and my favorite kind of weird. But I can’t tell if she’s into me or just trying to get close to me for a chance with my famous twin brother instead. I mean, it has to be me. I am the better-looking one.

But Kassidy has some demons, and she’s not good at letting people in. That happens when you’ve been hurt by someone close to you. I can relate. Trust is a funny thing; it’s hard to gain but easy to lose. I might just learn that the hard way.

Disclaimer: This Entangled Teen Crush book includes a snarky heroine, a swoon-worthy hero, crazy best friends, your favorite music, and lots of feels.

(Last Updated On: January 16, 2022)

what i liked

  • Parts of the story include text messages and updates on social media, which is an aspect from books that I always love. It’s very different and changes the pace of the storytelling a little bit, which is great.
  • Archer isn’t the one in the band, which I found to be very different. A lot of times, books with bands include a main character from the band, but this was unique. Instead, it featured a twin brother of one of the bandmates. 
  • This book was a really easy read. That’s why I am a sucker for Entangled Crush books.
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what i disliked

  • It may just be that I’ve been reading a lot of contemporary novels lately, but at times I found the romance to be a little childish and immature. That may just be a personal issue though!

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