Backstage by Jacqueline Smith


Here it is guys!! I’ve read the second book, and here is my review. If you haven’t read my review of Boy Band, which is the first book, you might wanna check it out here.



Melissa Parker might just be the luckiest girl on the planet.

She’s just turned twenty-one.
She’s best friends with The Kind of September.
And she’s dating Sam Morneau, everyone’s ultimate celebrity crush. Of course, no one is supposed to know about that.

As it turns out, no one is supposed to know about a lot of things that happen behind the scenes of life with the planet’s most popular boy band. Now, what should be Happily Ever After for Mel and Sam is turning into a series of secrets, manipulation, and potential heartbreak… Just in time for The Kind of September’s world tour.



Date Started: Aug 6, 2016

Date Finished: Aug 8, 2016

Format: Paperback

About the Book: 

Published December 7th 2015 by Wind Trail Publishing

200 pages

Genres: Contemporary, Young Adult (Goodreads)

About the Author:
Jacqueline E. SmithJacqueline Smith was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. She attended the University of Texas at Dallas, where she earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Art and Performance in 2010. Two years later, she earned her Master’s Degree in Humanities. Along with writing and publishing, Jacqueline loves photography, traveling, and nature.

wp-image-335936529jpg.jpeg5 Stars

A physical copy was provided in exchange for an honest review. That, however, does not affect my review in any other ways.

” She does it again! Jacqueline officially gives her readers a satisfying grin and a fervent desire to read the next book. ” -LIZOFWORDS

Like how can this not be New York Times Bestselling?! This book is the death of me. I literally finished at 9:45 (and my curfews at 9, strict house).

The cover is beautiful. The story line/plot, writing style-all is amazing. I cannot write a review without spoiling but I’ll restrain myself this time.

I think that there is nothing wrong with the book and that it really deserves 5 stars. The sense of ‘betrayal’ and the downfall of TKOS was really felt by me, the reader. The author accomplished what she needed to accomplish. This book, secrets were kept and revealed. And that was what drives me to read the next page, knowing that soon the secret(s) will be revealed.

I cannot wait to read the next book!

Till next time!wp-image-285682633jpg.jpeg


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