Friday, December 19, 2014

*REVIEW* Victory Run 3 (The Story Of Victory Payne #3) by Devon Hartford

Reviewer: Donna 
Rating: 5 Stars

Victory Run 3 is by far my favourite book out of the series and i really do love the way the books continue on and even the chapters do that too. 

Victory is a very complicated women at times and in this book, she seems to be more complicated as the story progresses. She doesn't seem to know where she wants to take her music, what she wants to do with the attraction with Kellan and i feel really sorry for her as not a lot of things go right for her at all. Sometimes i couldn't help by groan or laugh with the amount of situations that occur and she always has to find a solution if there is one. In Victory Run 3 we finally get to understand more about Victory and why she doesn't ever want to sing again. I found that to be quite an emotional part of the book and i love the deeper understanding we get about Victory. There isn't many emotional parts to this series but this one was definitely a really good one and it gave Victory as a character, more depth. There were a few funny moments in Victory Run 3 which were fantastic and the things Victory does to perform are hilarious!

A really fabulous ending to this series and definitely would love to find out more about Victory and Kellan's futures together and as musicians.

CONTENT WARNING: Due to sexual situations and strong language, this novel may not be appropriate for readers under 18. 

There’s only one rule in Rock & Roll: Don’t sleep with anyone in the band. 

Victory Payne is the hottest lead guitar player on the night club scene of Hollywood’s infamous Sunset Strip. With nothing but her car and her guitar, she’s ready to claw her way to success. Victory never gives up. 

Then she breaks rock’s cardinal rule. She falls in love with her lead singer, the gorgeous and brooding Scott Walker. That is mistake number one. 

Mistake number two is a roadblock named Kellan Burns. Kellan is primed to claim the title of hottest lead guitar player in Los Angeles with his rugged good looks and his own guitar slung as low as his tight jeans. Kellan isn’t the kind of guy to let some upstart babe with a six string stand in his way. 

Victory Payne, meet Kellan Burns. 
Ladies, you will need a fire extinguisher for this one.

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