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Unfaded (Faded Duet #2)

The epic conclusion to the FADED duet... They warned me not to get too close.Too bad I didnt listen. Enter a stars orbit, itll burn you down to ashes before you know whats happened. And he was the most beautiful star in the night sky. Singed beyond repair, I left Los Angeles behind.Left him behind. But I was kidding myself if I thought a few thousand miles of space would erase my memory. And I was plain stupid if I thought hed let me go without a fight. They say the brightest stars burn out the fastestBut the strongest loves dont ever fade. UNFADED is the final installment of a sexy, emotional duet about a jaded rock star and a starry-eyed songwriter. Due to sex, drugs, and rock & roll, it is recommended for readers ages 16 and up. ...

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Unfaded (Faded Duet #2) Reviews

  • Veronika's ReaderFeeder

    It was fudging amazing! <3 Full review to come...

  • NMmomof4

    2.5 - 3 Stars

    Overall Opinion: What a disappointment. I really liked the first book in this duet and even rated it 4.5 stars! I was uber anxious to jump into this one, but I was sadly really disappointed. I felt like it was stupid miscommunication and stubbornness that kept the drama and angst going in this one. I actually ended up becoming frustrated with the characters, where in the first book I really enjoyed them both. I know this might sound harsh -- but I honestly felt like it was stretched

  • Joy Novel Thoughts

    Oh my goodness!! YOU GUYS! This book. Unfaded is EVERYTHING.

    I swear to you have spent half of this story pissed of at Felicity. Like, I wanted to strangle or slap a fictional character because she is just so freaking stubborn. I wanted to stop my foot and tell her no. You just need to stop! ARGH! Then Ryder, sweet sweet Ryder! I loved him so fiercely and passionately, but he as well had me needing to lay down the law and be lie look. Stubborn my man, pull yourself out of our butt and DO SOMETHIN

  • Anne OK

    On the whole, I really loved this duet and especially those that make up the Wildewood group. Readers will run the spectrum of emotions -- and all those feels we all demand -- they are here for the taking. The lyrics were amazing -- probably my very favorite part of the duet. I was a bit disappointed in the ending that seemed a bit rushed and left a few unanswered questions -- and no Epilogue to console me. Still, this duet is written so well and is worth the one-click.

    I don't know if there will

  • Doris

    After reading both of these books, I am giving them both 3.5 stars. The story was agreeable but within the second a few things happen that seemed rather generic. All in all it was o.k.

  • Nicole Immer

    I absolutely love everything that Julie Johnson writes! She can do no wrong! This book (series) was no exception. I loved loved loved Part one (Faded) and loved Part two (Unfaded) just as much. I don't want to say too much so I don't give anything away but you will absolutely love this book if you like romances and have a soul. :)

  • « Court (Take the Read) »

    I love love (big) LOVE this series. With this final installment, I'm so sad to see Felicity and Ryder's story end. These are some of my favorite books I've read by Johnson by far.

    "What do you feel, Felicity? When you're with me, when we're together on stage and the world boils down to just you and me and the music... what do you feel?"


    Past, present, future.

    Empty, full, complete.

    Pain, anger, love.

    I look at him and I feel everything.

    This book picks up where we left off in Faded, wi

  • Emily

    I absolutely loved the ending to this duet. I especially love how she intermingles her characters from previous books so you can get a glimpse of all the characters we have come to love over the years. I was so sad to learn that two years had gone by between books with no music and no laughter for Felicity and Ryder.

    When they finally did get together for the tour you could feel the tension between all four band mates flowing from the page. I was literally screaming in my head at them to get alon