Facade by Kim Carmichael

Facade by Kim Carmichael
Publisher: Irksome Rebel Press
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full Length (206 pgs)
Heat Level: Spicy
Rating: 3 stars
Reviewed by Nymphaea

The world is nothing but one big façade. You have to be special to see the behind the mask.

Erik Renevant once lived in the spotlight. As lead singer for the wildly successful group, Specter the world revered him. When an accident destroyed his band and his face, he chose to live his life in the darkness, hiding away from the shadows of his former self and refusing to be seen again.
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Christine Day longs to have her chance in the spotlight. Living her life flitting from one thing to the other and currently without a permanent residence, she sees her big break in becoming the backup singer for an unknown band and entering the Stage of Stars, the latest hit reality competition.

When Christine wanders into Erik’s perfectly controlled world and he hears her voice, he knows she is destined for super stardom. However, he never dreamed she would be the one to help him shatter his own façade and lead him into the light.

A new telling of the old story, the ghost, the singer and the love between them.

I’m all for retelling of The Phantom of the Opera. It’s a bit of a thing for me. When I see new versions of the story, I have to read them. I’m intrigued.

This story intrigued me from the moment I read the blurb. He’s a singer in hiding and she’s a singer coming up. Kind of had an A Star is Born flavor to it. Now I know The Phantom of the Opera has a kind of stalkerish feel to it. It does. Plus, trying to make the story seem a little less so is a rather hard row to hoe. I get it. This one… the writing captured me and I had to know how this story would end. I liked Christine and Erik well enough, but there were times when it was almost too much of a stretch to buy in. I wanted to root for them, but it was tough. He could be very cold to her and she wanted more than he could give. I wished they’d been more communicative, but such is life. It did mirror life in that way.

If you’re looking for a hot read that’s flavored by Phantom and Star, then this might be the book for you. I’m glad I picked this book up. Worth the read.

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