The Hysterics

The Hysterics

by Kristen Hope Mazzola

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ISBN-13: 9780692363140
Publisher: Kristen Hope\Mazzola
Publication date: 01/27/2015
Pages: 228
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.52(d)

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The Hysterics 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Tabitha_Coots More than 1 year ago
Not your typical rockstar romance that is for sure. I'm not going to give a lot away with this review because let me tell you I would have been upset if I would have came into reading The Hysterics knowing any details. Fallon (or Fae) and Dane are such well-written characters that you can easily relate to them. They both have painful pasts that they are trying to move forward from and the pull between them is undeniable. You will find yourself rooting for them no matter what may try to get in the way. Yep, that's all you get. Read The Hysterics for yourself and you will see exactly what I mean.
13835877 More than 1 year ago
The Hysterics is an emotional rockstar romance about two people who both have dark and painful pasts. Even though they have extremely painful pasts, Dane and Fallon have two gigantic hearts and care deeply when they let people in. I loved this book and everything about Dane and Fallon. Their story is fun, passionate, and powerful.  I wasn't ready to tell these characters bye at the end of the story, but luckily they make appearances in some of Kristen Hope Mazzola's other works!
BecsL More than 1 year ago
I absolutely adored the intriguing twist that Kristen Hope Mazzola put on the rocker love story. Fallon is hiding in plain sight as Fae after the rock star lifestyle almost killed her. She’s trying to start over when she meets Dane. Dane wants the rocker life and is everything Fallon should probably avoid. However, the chemistry between them is undeniable and their whirlwind romance inevitably takes off amidst the growing success of Dane’s band, The Hysterics. The banter between these two was priceless, but what really got me was the emotional connection. The Hysterics had just the right amount of angst to really make me feel, while still maintaining the overall sass and steam of the book. Fallon underwent a lot of character growth during this story. While being Fallon was killing her physically, being Fae was more of an emotional death. Kristen carefully brought Fallon back to life as Dane helped her see that being herself didn’t have to mean being the self-destructive rocker chick that had been completely consumed by the underground. Fallon proved to be something Dane could anchor himself to while his life in music was quickly changing and in return he made Fallon fall in love with life again. I could easily sense how deeply they were invested in one another. Not to mention the lust and man, was the spark between these two hot! The secondary characters in this story were hilarious and enticing. I’m hoping they’ll be getting their own books next, because I already feel like I need to know them. Together, The Hysterics made for plenty of sarcasm, innuendo, and snarky commentary that colored this story and gave it a certain vibrancy. At the beginning of the book I had some trouble with the pacing of the story, moments seemed a bit disjointed and things were moving so fast that I wasn’t able to bond with the characters immediately. The second half of the book moved much more smoothly, and I felt like I really got to know Fallon and Dane. I loved the way Kristen wrapped this story up. I felt like the story and characters had been satisfyingly vindicated. I hope we see more of Fallon and The Hysterics in the near future.