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Crash and Burn (Love You Like A Love Song Book 1) by [Callahan, Michele, Callahan, M.L.]
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  • File Size: 1713 KB
  • Print Length: 350 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Tydbyts Media (January 29, 2016)
  • Publication Date: January 29, 2016
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B019LRAJJO
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**Stopped reading @ 40%!**

Right from the start, this NetGalley reviewer had the feeling this author was trying a little too hard to give us a self-conscious, insecure, klutzy heroine so she could play up this leading lady’s completely opposite stage persona. Also, the instant attraction between the main couple seemed overly done/rushed by both parties, as well. The stilted writing and occasional thrown in crass language had me thinking I likely wasn’t a good match for this author’s writing style.

What ultimately made this book crash and burn for me though was when Erin’s brother, AJ, approached her for $100 to pay a waitress for giving him a BJ. Apparently, it was common practice for him to do so. Sadly, she actually does fork over the money. If that’s not bad enough, when Chance, the hero, tries to put AJ in his place, so he’ll stop not only taking advantage of Erin but women in general, Erin gets mad at him and tries to defend A.J. That misplaced way of thinking breaks a big romance book commandment for me. Call me crazy, but I actually need to respect the heroine. In the words of The Band Perry, I’m done…with this one. Here’s to hoping others enjoy it. My romance book-loving friends, it just wasn’t for me.

Title: Crash and Burn, Series: Love You Like a Love Song (Book 1), Author: Michele Callahan, Pages: 330, stand-alone, stopped reading @ 40%.

Book 1 – Crash and Burn (Chance & Erin), 1/13/16, Pages: 330
Book 2 – Alone With You (Claire & Jake), 2/25/16, Pages: 172

(This review is based on ARC generously provided via NetGalley in exchange for an honest, unbiased opinion. No compensation was paid to the reviewer nor is there any affiliation between the reviewer and author/publisher.)
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I think I've read almost all of Ms. Callahan's books and truly love her work. I was thrilled when I saw she wrote a contemporary (my favorite sub genre in romance). This really is a great start to an intriguing series.

Chance opens a card that his mom had him write when he was young. In it he writes what he was to be when he grows up. Achieving these "little boy" dreams is even more important to him because his mom has just passed. In his quest to accomplice one of these goals, he meets Erin.

Usually when I read romance, I fall in love with the hero and sometimes don't identify or like the heroine. Not in this book - I loved Erin's character. She's smart, a little shy and a bit insecure, but not in annoying way. I wanted to be Erin while reading this book. Not only because she is being pursued by Chance, but because she's truly a Rock Star!

I was a little surprised by the ending, but it was a pleasant surprise. I think I read this book in 1 or 2 days. It's a little bit different than some of the others books out there now. Can't wait until the end of February when the next book comes out.
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At the center of this story is a young man who has matured from an optimistic child to a determined young man. His drive to become a lawyer has caused his ability to dream to be put on the back burner but a tragedy in the family brings about a shift in his priorities. His mother always encouraged him to be the best at whatever he chose to do in his life and when she dies he remembers his promise and sets out to follow through. A refresher course in guitar playing leads him to hire Erin but he gets more than he planned on. Erin is a survivor. Her hard life has made her a woman that is passionate at whatever she sets her mind to. The biggest impact she has on Chance is she teaches him how to dream again and he teaches her how to love. I received a copy of Crash and Burn in exchange for an honest review. There are people who we meet at the right time that help us on the quest of becoming a better person. Erin and Chance needed each other. Crash and Burn is a story about never giving up on your dreams. I thought it was a wonderful story full of steamy scenes and heartbreaking plot twists.
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Oh, where to begin! Do you ever read a story and then want to tell all your book friends to stop whatever they are doing immediately and read this book? Yeah? Well, that was me after finishing this book.

This story poses the question of what are we willing to do for love? What sacrifices will we make not just to keep that love but also to set it free….

Chance and his brothers are still dealing with the recent loss of their beloved mother when they get an unusual request from beyond the grave. Not wanting to let his mom down, even after she’s gone, lawyer Chance sets about realising the dreams of his ten-year-old self; becoming a rock star. Chance enlists the help of Erin Michaelson to teach him guitar and is instantly attracted to her. Unsure if his advances will be spurned he decides to bide his time for the perfect moment to ask her out.

Yet, he is knocked of his feet when on a night out with his brothers he finds Erin fronting a local up and coming band as her sexy alter ego, Eva James. On the cusp of hitting the big time and dealing with a wayward brother and her band mates, Erin doesn’t need the added complication of a man like Chance thrown in the mix.

However, some things can’t be denied. Chance is unwilling to walk away from Erin even if the time they have is limited. He won’t stand in the way of what she’s worked for but will savour every moment he can get. The heat these two generate….phew!

This was the first work I’ve read by Michele Callahan and it won’t be my last. I was completely swept away her storytelling and felt every emotion with the characters as if I was really there.

My heart hurt for everything Erin had endured as a child.
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