Taylor Jenkins Reid is back with her sixth book, Daisy Jones and The Six, and what a guilty pleasure it is. Told entirely through transcribed interviews, the novel is about the rise and fall of a fictional 1970s California rock band and reads like a Rolling Stone documentary. The artistic and sexual tension between lead singer Billy Dunne, recovering addict and family man, and singer-songwriter Daisy Jones, everyone’s favorite sexy bad girl, is simply delicious. Read this when you are in the mood for a romantic, tempermental and heartbreaking story about broken, beautiful people. It is the author’s own The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo meets A Star is Born. Best paired with the perfect amount of coke, perfectly timed pills and just enough champagne to keep you bubbly. XO, Tara
Special thanks to NetGalley and Ballantine Books for an electronic advance copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I enjoyed it so much that I chose it as my March Book of the Month.