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Note: I received an eARC of this title in exchange for my honest review. I was not paid to write this. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
This is the second book I’ve read of the Backstage Pass series, which follows the band Seconds to Juliet and is written by different authors. I truly enjoyed reading the first installment, Aimee and the Heartthrob by Ophelia London. So I was ecstatic for the opportunity to read and review Daisy and the Front Man by Rebekah L. Purdy.
Overall, Daisy and the Front Man was quite entertaining. I enjoyed the dynamic between Trevin and Daisy. The pranks were quite hilarious as well. Ultimately though, it did fall a bit short of me loving it. I think my issue with Daisy and the Front Man was the fact that I never really understood Daisy’s pranks. I know she was trying to exact revenge on Trevin for standing her up, but I never understood how the pranks were part of her revenge plan. Trevin was quite clueless to the whole situation. So while the pranks were entertaining, I was a bit confused…
Another thing I was hoping for with this story was an interesting father – daughter dynamic. Was it interesting to see Daisy interact with her father that she never hears from? Yes. Was it memorable? Not really. While I liked the relationship development between the two and seeing her father try to act like a father, I do wish there was a bit more to it. I think the story could have had an amazing family aspect to it aside from just the romance.
All in all, I would recommend Daisy and the Front Man as a nice, quick, YA contemporary romance read. It’d definitely be a great beach read for sure! Daisy and the Front Man by Rebekah L. Purday was entertaining, but lacking the bit of depth to the plot I was hoping for. Will I read the other books in the series? Definitely! I do love the guys of Seconds to Juliet.