Strings Attached by Loriana Cappello


Release Date: 02.12.2021


Ashton Chambers has one hell of a decision to make. Finish his final year of university or sign a lucrative record deal with his band, Koolum Law.
Pressure from the record company, a commitment to his family and being the glue keeping the contract on the table, is weighing heavy on Ash’s shoulders. But that’s not his only dilemma. Calla Bryson is the girl who stole his 16-year-old heart and now she’s back to steal it all over again.

Ash and Calla have a history of bad timing.
The first time around, Ash’s best friend stood between them.
This time, it’s their potential careers.
The one guarantee they have is the summer together.
The one promise they make—no promises.


Strings Attached was an enjoyable book, cute second chance at love romance with some steamy scenes.

When Calla Bryson comes back to Braebeach for Summer break doesn't expect to meet her high school's unrequited love interest on her first day. Ashton Chambers plays some local gigs with his band, he doesn't expect to meet again the most beautiful girl of the school right before he signs a contract with a music company. They finally show their mutual interest and they decide to have a Summer fling. Are their feelings stronger than they expect? Are they ready to fight for their relationship? Or this Summer spent together will only be a nice memory?

I liked both the main characters and I was rooting for them. Cal and Ash are lovely, their journey towards happiness is not easy but since they start to go out together their love for each other is pretty obvious.

Loriana Cappello wrote well paced story, the characters relationships are well developed also those with the support characters. I have to tell you that there is a bit of a bully situation, not between the main characters, but it happened in the past and it is not too graphic.

Good read that I recommend to the New Adult novels lovers.


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