Title: Where Words Fail
Author: Katheryn Kiden
Publication Date: January 5, 2014
Tour Host: Dreams Come True Promotions
Abby Irons has it all together.She has a life everyone envies. She’s the frontman for the band Thirty Ought Six and co-owns Ironsound Records with her twin brother Alex. A girl with the world at her feet so young must be happy.
Except everything is tainted by a past that won't stop coming up. A present that is falling apart everywhere but onstage, and a future that shes not so sure about.
Deceased parents, a sick brother, a six year old niece with no mother and a band and business to keep going while everything is falling apart.
When her lead guitarist Derek admits himself into rehab for a drug problem will his replacement cause more problems than he fixes?
Jameson Williams lost the love of his life because of an addict father.He won't keep a woman around for more than a night because of it and hasn't had much of a life since he got out of the Marines. His older brother pushes him audition for a temporary guitar position for a major band and make something out of himself. When he gets it he’s more than excited...Until he reaches the tour bus and meets the band.
Will his past bite him and ruin any chance of a future?
Money,fame,love and life are all up in the air.
4 out of 5 stars
I really liked this book. At times it felt a little long and that every possible thing that could go wrong went wrong and it sometimes felt like a little much. However, I was rooting for Abbi to have her happily ever after and, thankfully, she got it! After years of self destruction and depression, of course. And not without the help of her band mates, her brother, her music and, of course, Jameson her first love that leaves her without a word years earlier. Alex, her twin brother, broke my heart over and over again. Jameson is every girls dream man and everything Abbi doesn't want to admit she needs. If you love a HEA type story you'll absolutely love this!
Motherfuckers. Just because I’m a freshman doesn’t mean anything. I don’t usually let myself get walked all over, but I just can’t seem to help it. I’m a freshman. Fresh fucking meat and I have to behave myself. It doesn’t help my case that I’m probably the smallest person here, or that I have bright red hair and glasses. Nope that just makes it easier to stomp on me.
The only person I know at this school is my twin brother Alex. But even he doesn’t know how to handle how they treat me. He’s the lucky one out of the two of us. Somehow he got the height and ended up a blonde instead of a goddamn ginger. As a freshman, he already stood five feet nine, and the doctors don’t expect him to stop growing anytime soon. Me... They say I probably won’t make it over five four.
Fuck my life.
Abby swiveled around from her usual perch on the backwards chair at the counter to see who walked by. “Oh, Izzy I can’t believe I haven’t introduced you guys. Jameson come here. This Izzy, is Jameson. He’s the new guitar player. Jameson, this is my niece Izzy.”
“Hey Izzy… It’s nice to meet you.” I’ve heard this girl talk before. She’s usually sweet and talkative.
“Do you do drugs?” Whoa... Never expected that from a six year old.
“Izzy!” Both Abby and Alex scolded [KK1] her.
“No, it’s ok guys.” I turned my attention back to the screen. “No, Izzy. I do not do drugs?”
“Good... Because drugs are bad and don’t think for one second I wouldn’t make you go right where Uncle Derek is.”
“Well I certainly hope you would. I don’t like drugs or what they do to people.” Abby smiled beside me as I said my goodbyes to Izzy and started to walk away, but Abby grabbed my arm and told me she wanted me to meet Alex too. My stomach dropped. My hands started to sweat, and my heart was racing a mile a minute. I knew. I knew something bad was going to happen.
I should have run away. Run away and not look back.
When we finally got to the edge of the stage, I grabbed her hand and tugged her back towards me.
“I think we need to talk.” Her green eyes bore into mine.
“Yeah... I think we do, but I can’t do it right now. Maybe once we get settled back home, but not right now. I need to get back to Alex and Izzy and deal with all that.”
I just nodded and let go of her hand. I could handle not talking right this second, even if I didn’t want to wait. I’d give her time as long as it meant that I got her back in my life. And I wasn’t quite sure what she meant by having to deal with Alex and Izzy, but I wasn’t going to push it. She knows, so now all I can do is wait for her to be ready to talk to me.
Katheryn Kiden was born in Boothbay Harbor Maine in 1989 and raised in Newcastle. She was raised with four brothers. Katheryn graduated when she was sixteen and has been writing since she was young. When she isn’t attached to a keyboard you can usually find her with her two younger brothers, friends, or with a camera in her hand.