Book Review: Documentary

Documentary by AJ Sand: Dylan Carroll, an ambitious college student filmmaker still reeling from the death of her brother, may have just stumbled onto the opportunity of a lifetime.

Musician Kai White is in the middle of a public relations nightmare, and he may be keeping a secret that could turn things around. His manager/publicist wants to create a web series aimed at cleaning up his image. There's also a promising offer at stake if Dylan can abide by the rule of staying strictly professional, and if she can figure out what Kai is hiding.

But Kai and Dylan already have an undeniable connection, and when they are together, they discover that rules are pretty easy to break. It's battling your own demons that's much, much harder.

As Dylan gets deeper into Kai's world, capturing his life on film, she'll learn that some secrets are so big, they are kept even at the expense of a career.

And that a person's story is often nothing like it appears from the outside.

440 PAGES.

NOTE: This book's content is unsuitable for readers under age 17. Contains sexual situations, language and violence.

File Size: 623 KB
Print Length: 335 pages
Publisher: A.J. Sand (January 26, 2013)
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
Language: English
Text-to-Speech: Enabled
X-Ray: Enabled
Lending: Enabled

TeriLyn's thoughts: Finished Documentary tonight and I LOVED it! It wasn't at all what I was expecting when I first started it. The two main characters were complex, romantic, and fascinating.

Dylan was a great heroine. She was damaged and numb to living her life after tragedy became her. The moments where we get to see her let loose are my favorites. She cares passionately for Kai and deals throughout the story on how to navigate those feelings. And let’s face it...who doesn't love a girl who when she's sad eats chocolate and watches Troop Beverly Hills in her hotel room?

Kai is perfect. He's a mystery for a good part of the story which makes him that much more appealing. He's romantic and passionate and completely misunderstood and INTENSE. He's saving Dylan without either of them even realizing it I think. Kai's constantly chasing after Dylan because he's found the one girl who knows his darkness but makes him see the light anyway.

The supporting characters were awesome too. I love when characters are a big happy family. Dylan's transition into their group was seamless and just what she needed. Her banter with some of the boys in Kai's group is quite entertaining. I liked how Winslow and Kate were her steady rock, her constant just as Kai's friends were for him.

Read this book!

Lori L. Clark

She Reads New Adult Admin: Lori L. Clark

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