Red Velvet Crush by Christiana Meredith 🎶
I was really excited to start this book because it sounded like a blast of fun and it was … but it was also deep. The synopsis from goodreads: “Teddy Lee’s mother ran off when she was in second grade. And ever since, Teddy Lee, the often-overshadowed middle kid, has tried to keep her family together. But her older brother Winston usually keeps himself busy with smoking, drinking, and girls, and who knows what else. Her younger sister Billie is occupied with her shoplifting habit and boys . . . and who knows what else. So when Teddy Lee finally takes the songs she’s always written and forms a band, maybe it’ll bring everyone closer together, maybe it’ll be her time to shine. Unless Billie steals the spotlight—and the boy—just like she always does. Christina Meredith explores the complicated relationship of sisters—both the unconditional love and the unavoidable resentments—in a novel full of music, urgency, the first blushes of love, and the undeniable excitement of hitting the road.” 🎼
Almost all of us has a really annoying sibling but you’ll be grateful for yours once you start this book and if you’re a single child you’ll get to experience the annoyance of having a sibling 🌚 This book was interesting and fun but I actually thought that it was a tad bit predictable for me (because I do read a lot of contemporary/romance books) however that thought didn’t last for long because every time I start predicting something, something els occurs so yeah your predictions are wrong ❌ This book is also deep because it talks about friendships, relationship and familyhood and the problems that can effect those and how some people are dealing with all of those things .. I found it very fascinating.