Book: Bound to You



Author: Skylar Nightingale

Genre: New Adult Romance
Review of Book by Jacquelyn Vargovich

I had the great pleasure to read Bound to You by Skylar Nightingale. This is a great YA romance book. Terry and Nina’s story was a great story with some bumps along the way. I loved how the story was told in both Terry and Nina’s point of view I believe this gave this book more depth and understanding. This book captured the lives of people in their 20’s and in college. I believe so many young adults feel like mostly the same way as Terry and Nina while in college. This book did have so many twists and turns which made this very hard to put away. I fell asleep a few nights with the book still open in the morning. It is that hard to put down once started. I hope to read more books by Skylar in the future because this one is highly recommended.


Dear Nina,
Ever since I met you back stage at my concert, you penetrated my heart, and there was no turning back.
Despite the fact that you told me you had a boyfriend, I still wanted you to be in my life, so I asked if we could remain friends. Unfortunately, he shattered your world forever when you caught him cheating on you. Although broken, I vowed to comfort you through it all.
Your beauty’s so profound, inside and out, I wanted you to be in my music video. I was pleasantly surprised when you agreed to do it. During that time, our relationship grew, and I knew I wanted you in my life forever. Then you pulled away repeatedly, allowing the fear of getting hurt again to engulf you.
Now, I’m damaged and alone, and don’t know how much more my heart can take. I need to know, are you going to keep me in your life or avoid another broken heart and run?
I hope you choose me because I’m Bound to You.
Love always,
Terry Rayborn
Meet the Author
Skylar Nightingale grew up in Syracuse, NY. She was a shy girl who internalized ideas and events into stories. Skylar discovered her talent when she was in 3rd grade. Her teacher had a writing contest to win a poster of a character from a Dr. Seuss book. The first time she lost, but when she realized what the teacher and the class were looking for, she won every writing contest after that. She continued to write poetry when she moved to Connecticut at the age of 15. When she moved to South Carolina, she entered a writing competition, coming in third against hundreds of writers.
She has been called a talented and brilliant author by the editorial reviewer of the Pages of Sunshine blog. Her first published novel is called “Forbidden Acts.” Skylar Nightingale’s second New Adult Romance was released on April 5th.

When Skylar isn’t behind her keyboard banging out amazing worlds and characters, she can be found spending time with her family, reading, or listening to music.