As a reporter for the Wakefield Post, Harper Erkstine has seen everything. From murders to robberies, all of her recent stories have ended with tragic consequences so great, that she began to question if she made the right career choice for herself.
While all of her friends were dating, or going to clubs, she was winning journalism awards for covering the latest drive-by shooting or a home invasion that cost someone she knew, their lives.
She loved her job, it was rewarding to be a crime solver and get to the truth of the matter. As much as she loved her job, but the hours of a Metro beat reporter began to descend her into burn out mode.
She craved balance. A break, a welcome distraction every now and then. She forgot what it was like to have fun, to take a breath, smell the roses.
Was it wrong to want a great career and to have some kind of a personal life? She couldn't remember the last time she had a date or danced with someone from the opposite sex.
In the middle of working on a missing persons story that has rocked her town to the core, Harper decides as a favor to her friend and colleague to do a feature on local an up and coming rock band, called CRAVE
It was a break from her routine, but Harper soon discovers that this band may have ties to the missing person, not only does she question why, but she also finds there is more to this band than just their music.
What, really but no. Crave is a perfect name for this book because it leaves you that way. I didn’t read anything about the book before I dove right in and im kind of glad I did, story took me by surprise. Crave, a hot new band has secrets, secrets that no one will understand. Once I got into the secret I have to admit I was a bit surprise (remember I didn’t read the book description). I was a bit worried it would be like every other book, and am glad to say I was wrong. I truly like Crave, I love how the story was gradual with so much information. Your given meaningful history in such a way you didn’t get bored. As the story gets starts to develop and you flying through words to see whats going to happen…booom, its over. AHHH lol I need more.
Great story, great characters and from where it leaves off Crave can only get better and I'm excited to see where Ty takes it.
I give Crave by Ty Langston
As a child, multi-published author Ty Langston loved to read about dragons and knights so much that one day, her grandmother told her to "just write about them."
So she did.
From that day forward, she never left home without her pen, a notebook, and some kind of music playing in the background. Her love of reading expanded from fantasy into science fiction, and eventually into paranormal romance and erotica.
She enjoys different works from George Martin, Anne McCaffrey, Stephen King, and Jackie Collins. But some of Ty's favorite writers are from the world of TV and film: namely, Tudors creator Michael Hirst, and the late John Hughes.