Strike a Chord

Strike a Chord

“You want to fake date me?” Music is my life, my band is my heart and soul, and it’s all falling apart before my eyes. A plan hatched from desperation as we both watch our careers burn down around us. Dating my best friend’s twin brother, Paris, who just so happens to be a gay icon at the moment seems like the perfect plan. And if we have a little fun along the way, wher...

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Title:Strike a Chord
Author:K.M. Neuhold
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Strike a Chord Reviews

  • Cadiva

    Kyleen rounds off her thoroughly enjoyable Replay series with Benji's friends to lovers romance and it's a cracker.

    Benji's the good one, the one who is never any trouble but he's struggling to see what he'll do with his life if Downward Spiral actually do implode and split up.

    As with the other books in the series, this one runs at the same time as the romances for the other three band members and we get to see what's happening in their lives from snippets of conversation here.

    I loved Benji and P

    Kyleen rounds off her thoroughly enjoyable Replay series with Benji's friends to lovers romance and it's a cracker.

    Benji's the good one, the one who is never any trouble but he's struggling to see what he'll do with his life if Downward Spiral actually do implode and split up.

    As with the other books in the series, this one runs at the same time as the romances for the other three band members and we get to see what's happening in their lives from snippets of conversation here.

    I loved Benji and Paris and I also loved Paris' twin brother London. He was determined to fix up Paris with Benji and he didn't hide it, there was lots of great banter between him and Benji.

    The romance starts off as a fake boyfriend Instagram get back at Paris' ex-boyfriend but it's pretty clear both men have been in love with the other since they were teenagers. It's super sweet and slow burn, even though they hook up with blowjobs, before the feelings start coming into play.

    There's sort of flashbacks (but in their heads for brief moments rather than as specific chapters) to when Benji and Paris first met and they help to set the scene for this ultimate friends to lovers romance.

    This book wraps up the wonderful Replay series with a romance that's a study in contrast to Lincoln's opener and it works perfectly to bring the band's stories to a close.

    I loved it and it ran a good race to become my favourite in the series but ultimately lost out to Jude, Archer and Bennett's Beat Of Their Own Drum.

    #ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review.

  • Samantha Tucker

    From the beginning of the Replay series we don't really have a lot of information about Benji. All that is about to change! Benji might just be my new favorite character. He's sweet and considerate and so loving. Paris is the twin brother to London, who is best friends with Benji, and has known Benji since their awkward high school days. Benji and Paris are #relationshipgoals! They are literally the cutest together and the way they lift each other up is beyond sweet. If you l

    From the beginning of the Replay series we don't really have a lot of information about Benji. All that is about to change! Benji might just be my new favorite character. He's sweet and considerate and so loving. Paris is the twin brother to London, who is best friends with Benji, and has known Benji since their awkward high school days. Benji and Paris are #relationshipgoals! They are literally the cutest together and the way they lift each other up is beyond sweet. If you like rockstars, beach vacations, and happy endings, then this is the book for you!

  • MJ's Book Blog and Reviews

    Review by: Jennifer

    (4 stars)

    The fourth book in the Replay series, and for this to flow the way it should, the previous books should be read first. Throughout the series Benji has been the quiet one, the "good" one that doesn't cause any trouble. While the other three members of the band are imploding, Benji is just waiting to find out if they are breaking up or going to continue to make music. He decides to go home while he waits and join his best friend London and London's brother Paris. Paris

    Review by: Jennifer

    (4 stars)

    The fourth book in the Replay series, and for this to flow the way it should, the previous books should be read first. Throughout the series Benji has been the quiet one, the "good" one that doesn't cause any trouble. While the other three members of the band are imploding, Benji is just waiting to find out if they are breaking up or going to continue to make music. He decides to go home while he waits and join his best friend London and London's brother Paris. Paris is Benji's long time crush, but after a failed attempt, Benji felt like he was put straight in the friend zone. Paris' life is taking a dive, his injury means he may be done with his football career, so he went home to Ohio to do his rehab and sulk. When Benji comes home, the two end up becoming fake boyfriends as a publicity stunt, but what happens when the fake starts to feel more real? Can two people that live completely different lives on different sides of the country make something more work for them?

    I loved this series! Benji and Paris' story just finishes the whole thing perfectly, and I'm now sad to see them go. With loads of drama, and some super steamy naughty bits, this kept me entertained and I didn't put it down until it was done. I give this 5 stars.

  • Amazeballs Book Addicts

    Strike a Chord is book four in the Replay Series. It can be read as a standalone. Benji's band is on the verge breaking up and he's a little lost at what to do. The band takes a break and Benji take that time to reconnect with old friends. London is his best friend. London has a brother Paris. Paris is the guy Benji has always wanted. Paris' career is also on the verge of ending too. There was a misunderstanding between them in the past the had put them in the friends zone. At London's pushing t

    Strike a Chord is book four in the Replay Series. It can be read as a standalone. Benji's band is on the verge breaking up and he's a little lost at what to do. The band takes a break and Benji take that time to reconnect with old friends. London is his best friend. London has a brother Paris. Paris is the guy Benji has always wanted. Paris' career is also on the verge of ending too. There was a misunderstanding between them in the past the had put them in the friends zone. At London's pushing these decide to fake date. They are so much more than fake dating. I was so rooting for these to get their lives on track and also to have a happy ever after.

  • Chris Kottner-Kirschner

    Seit Teenagertagen ist Benji in den Zwilling seines besten Freundes, London, verliebt. Doch Paris ist ein Sportler durch und durch. Und er ist gewiss nicht schwul. Also macht sich der Nerd und Musiker erst gar keine Hoffnungen. Dafür entdeckt er seine Sexualität mit London, der sein bester Freund und Partner in Crime durch die ganze Schulzeit bleiben wird. Und auch nachdem Benji Karriere gemacht hat und ein Rockstar geworden ist, bleibt er London verbunden. 

    Paris hat ebenfalls Karriere gemacht.

    Seit Teenagertagen ist Benji in den Zwilling seines besten Freundes, London, verliebt. Doch Paris ist ein Sportler durch und durch. Und er ist gewiss nicht schwul. Also macht sich der Nerd und Musiker erst gar keine Hoffnungen. Dafür entdeckt er seine Sexualität mit London, der sein bester Freund und Partner in Crime durch die ganze Schulzeit bleiben wird. Und auch nachdem Benji Karriere gemacht hat und ein Rockstar geworden ist, bleibt er London verbunden. 

    Paris hat ebenfalls Karriere gemacht. Doch eine schwere Verletzung beendet diese und Paris steht auch noch vor den Trümmern seiner Beziehung. Als erster offen schwuler Quarterback hatte er es nie einfach, doch der Betrug seines Ex-Freundes zieht ihn noch weiter runter. Und Paris hat keine Ahnung was er nun mit seinem Leben anfangen soll. Auch er hatte immer starke Gefühle für Benji. Doch als Exfreund seines Bruders ist Benji tabu. Eigentlich. Doch ein gemeinsamer Urlaub ändert alles. Und bringt am Ende noch mehr Probleme mit sich und wirft Fragen auf, die nicht einfach zu beantworten sind.

    Ein großartiger vierter Teil beendet die Replay Reihe von K.M. Neuhold. Zwei sehr liebenswerte Helden, die sich zwar schon ewig kennen und doch jetzt erst richtig kennenlernen. Die Spannung und das Knistern ist von Anfang an zu spüren. Doch hinter ihren freundschaftlichen Geplänkel verbergen sich ungesagte Gefühle, Sehnsüchte und Träume. Doch auch die Unsicherheiten und Sorgen wie es mit ihren Karrieren weitergehen wird. Denn nicht nur Paris muss Entscheidungen treffen.

    Auch Benji ist sich unsicher, wie seine Zukunft aussehen wird. Denn die Band scheint zu zerbrechen und Benji hat keine Ahnung wie sie sich wieder finden können. So wird die Geschichte über einen längeren Zeitraum erzählt und verweist auch immer wieder zu den anderen Teilen der Reihe. Und so ergeben auch viele Begebenheiten mehr Sinn. 

    Ganz großes Kino und zwei wirklich charmante, witzige und liebenswerte Helden, die einfach für einander bestimmt sind. Sie gehen sehr eloquent und vernünftig mit den Gegebenheiten um, auch wenn der Zweifel immer wieder zum Vorschein kommt und sie es sich nicht immer einfach machen.

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