Review: Love Song by Kylie Scott (Stage Dive #4.7)

Note: An advanced reader copy (ARC) was provided by the author.

Kylie Scott takes readers back to the world of rock stars and romance with her latest novella in the Stage Dive book universe and part of the 1,001 Dark Nights collection. Love Song can be read independently of the full-length novels (books one to four: Lick, Play, Lead, and Deep) and other novellas (Strong and Closer), although the characters from those books do make appearances in this new one. This is a second-chance romance featuring Adam Dillon, singer and songwriter whose chart-topping debut album chronicled the heartbreak he suffered at the hands of his ex-girlfriend. Jill Schwartz is happy her ex is living his dream, but it feels like it's at her expense. A seven-figure check is the last thing she wants, but could getting back together with Adam be what she needs?

This was a fun and quick read, and while it's "Adam" who's on the cover of the book, the true star of this novella was Jill. I loved how she was unapologetically the person that she was, and that she wasn't the sort to take advantage or wait for a payout. Adam was more of a secondary character in his own story, but he was still a pretty likable guy, even though he sure as heck wasn't boyfriend of the year when he was with Jill. The cameo appearances were a definite bonus, so all things considered, Love Songs snags four stars. 


Read my reviews for the Stage Dive series:

Lick (book one) - 4.5 stars - My Review
Play (book two) - 4.5 stars - My Review
Lead (book three) - five stars - My Review
Deep (book four) - five stars - My Review
Strong (novella) - four stars - My Review
Closer (novella) - four stars - My Review
Love Song (novella) - four stars - My Review (posted above)


Release Date: 20 October 2020

Date Read: 20 October 2020

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