Under The Bridge Review

A Blue The Color Novel ~ Book 4

by Julia Wolf

I think Ian and Valetina maybe my favorite couple of this series.

Ian is a big tatooed drummer in a rock band and is a closed-off guy, who spends most of his free time doing puzzles and playing his drums. He is not a people person. He grew up with speech issue and his parents preferred him to be seen not heard unless he was playing the piano which he did very well. Deep down he thought it was just better to not speak since no one cares what he said, especially when it took him some time to get the right words out during a conversation. His band memebers where his family, they were his brothers and didn’t let his hide for too long before they got in his face to make him get out of his own head and live life.

Valentina was a pixie like young woman who spend most of her time making cosplay costumes for her customers. She is a very talented designer and artis. She is not very trusting of others due past experiences that showed her how mean and disloyal people can be. She tries to go on dates, blind dates, set up by friends and she hates every minute of it. She grew up shelter by her parents so she is looking for some adventure. What kind of adventure could she get into with a hot tatooed drummer who lives next door?

Ian and Valetina are neighbors and one day they meet and an unbelieveable attraction forms that neither know how to deal with. They go back and forth between neighbors and friends, they find comfort in each others company but don’t know how to be more than friends without ruining what they have built so far.

I promise this story will melt your heart and beg for more of thier story.

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