Publisher: Hatchette Books Ireland
Review: This book was amazingly good. It's about a sixteen year old girl named Alex who is dealing with the passing of her mom, and if that isn't enough she also has a famous "Rockstar" for a dad, only problem is he stopped being her "father" quite some time ago.
I found this to be a very fast read, a page turner to be exact. Alex's troubled emotions and struggles were right on key with what a teenager may go through when they have lost someone very close to them.
There was also a bit of romance which I did enjoy. David McFadden played a major role in the growth of our main character Alex. Their relationship was very refreshing. No love at first sight. The relationship actually grew in a realistic fashion.
There were some very heavy material covered in this novel but Deegan was also able to keep it balanced by adding some light fun moments. I have to admit the conclusion was very abrupt, I wish there was a little more to it than the way it wrapped up. Overall this was a great book.I can't wait to read the second in the series " And For Your Information."