My name's shouted on rooftops.
It's written on bras, bathroom stalls, hell my name is everywhere. To say my name is to experience an orgasm without ever leaving your house.
Zane "Saint" Andrews.
I'm a rock god.
I'm also a virgin.
What they don't know won't kill them right? Give the people what they want. And what they want is the idea of me; the pleasure they gain at listening to my song and knowing without a doubt I'm talking about them and only them.
It worked for a while.
Until a nerdy girl with glasses falls at my feet, literally, and suddenly I don't want to be Saint anymore, what I want? What I really need?
Is to be kept.
Sometimes we all just want someone to keep us and in Keep that reminds us of that very thing. Not everything is always as it seems what you think you may know you could be wrong and there could be somethings that you don’t even know about at all. I think I loved Keep even more than I did Capture, and again this can be read as a standalone but do yourself a favor, read Capture first because that is where we first meet Zane.
Zane and Fallon are both characters that you can’t help but smile when you think of them. Zane is more complex than we first know and that complexity comes after heartbreak, anxiety and the feeling of being left behind. Even the most famous people can feel alone even if they are surrounded by others. My heart broke for Zane more than once, and hell I wanted to get him a huge stash of marshmallows just to make him smile and be happy. This guy has a serious marshmallow addiction but it is because of something special to him.
Fallon is nerdy and a bit awkward but she comes across as real. She was the perfect balance to Zane; he needed someone like her, someone who saw him not the rockstar. She was sweet, funny and she enabled Zane’s mallow addiction.
When something happens, my heart absolutely broke for these two. I started to have my own anxiety attack because I felt like my own heart way breaking into pieces. I wanted to yell and scream at Ms. Van Dyken and demand answers but then I should have known that she wouldn’t do that to us. I would have had to contact Zane’s cousin if she did. Read the book you will understand that last comment.
I think deep down we all want someone to keep us, and Keep reminds us to hold on tight to those we love because you never know what may happen to take them away from you. Keep is another must read and another book that I absolutely loved!