Now is not the time for Carmen to fall in love. Two weeks before the most important violin competition of her career, she has bigger things to worry about—like growing out of that suffocating “child prodigy” label, and not disappointing her mother. But it isn’t just the wrong time. It’s the wrong guy. Jeremy is Carmen’s most talented rival, and according to her mother, he’s only interested in one thing: winning.Oh, I have waited for this day. Ever since I first laid eyes on the alluring synopsis. This book sounds passionate and it has a passionate cover to go with it! (look at that hair! it's an explosion!)
He isn’t the only one.
Carmen is so desperate to win she takes anti-anxiety drugs to control performance nerves. But what started a year ago as an easy fix is now a hungry addiction. Her mother insists now is not the time to quit, but Carmen is sick of not feeling anything on stage and even more sick of doing what she’s told.
When the darker side of the classical music industry and her mother's ambition collide, Carmen must choose between her career and her love for music.
There's more covers I want to gush about (like the cover for Supernaturally-which is gorgeous and goes perfectly with Paranormalcy. And don't even get me started on Lisa Mantchev's last book for her series.) but I don't have the time to. I'm currently working on five different assignments and they're all driving me nuts :)
College, you gotta love it.