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Deep (Stage Dive Series Book 4) by [Scott, Kylie]
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Praise for Stage Dive:

"Readers who enjoy whirlwind romances with plenty of sex and laugh-out-loud humor will love every installment, and another is due out in the fall."—Booklist (Starred review)

"Pure rocker perfection in every single way…Play is a splendid marriage of romance and comedy, a possibly even better book than its stellar prequel, and I would recommend it to anyone who likes their love stories with a side of giggles."—Natasha Is a Book Junkie

"Rock and roll romance triumphs again in this perky sequel to Lick. Scott has a special skill for crafting humorous, genuine characters, with great rapport and sizzling chemistry in the bedroom… Another fun title in a great series."—Library Journal

"Kylie Scott is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors at combining funny with sexy, and I can't wait to read more from her. Play is a definite must-read book!"—The Smut Books Club

"This is a funny and wildly entertaining contemporary romance that will appeal to new adult romance fans."—Booklist

"Lick is a breath of fresh air [with] a unique storyline, think Hangover meets Contemporary Romance."—The Rock Stars of Romance

About the Author

New York Times bestselling author Kylie Scott is a longtime fan of erotic love stories, rock n' roll, and B-grade horror films. Based in Queensland, Australia she reads, writes and never wastes time surfing the internet.

Product Details

  • File Size: 1249 KB
  • Print Length: 271 pages
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin (March 31, 2015)
  • Publication Date: March 31, 2015
  • Sold by: Macmillan
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,380 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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As a reader, one of the things I dread the most is the end of a beloved series. So when Deep arrived on my Kindle, I was hit with so many conflicting emotions I wasn't sure what to do. On one hand, I was dying to open it up and dive right in- so what if it was already late evening, sleep is overrated, right? On the other hand, I knew I was going to be saying goodbye to the Stage Dive family at the end of the book and I wasn't ready. Of course, desire to find out all the details of Ben and Lizzy's journey to this point in their lives that Kylie had been tantalizing us with for months won out and I settled in for the ride. And oh what a ride it was!

We get to see the moment that started it all through Lizzy's eyes when she sees Ben in person for the first time along with all the important moments leading up to those 2 pink lines staring back at her. Poor Lizzy just went from being a carefree 21 year old college student to an emotional hormonal young woman trying to wrap her head around the fact that in less than a year, she is going to be responsible for a living breathing tiny person. She has no idea how any of her friends or extended family will react, much less the big man and baby daddy himself.

Ben gave it the ol' college try to honor his promise to Mal to stay away from Lizzy but we can see how well that worked out! Although he was the king of mixed signals, he was no match for her persistence. Once they were both in Sin City for the Mal and Anne wedding extravaganza, the tension had built up to the breaking point until there was no turning back. Now he is completely lost on how to proceed- and can I just say drunk Ben is adorable?
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Deep is book number 4 in Kylie Scott's amazing Stage Dive Series and tells Ben and Lizzy's story. It was such a bittersweet moment to get my hands on this book, because I was desperate to read it, but I wasn't ready to let go of the boys and girls I had come to love in this series. I know that most people would have savoured the read, but I was so excited to get this book in my grubby hands - I devoured it in one sitting. As per usual, the fabulous Kylie Scott does not disappoint.

The book picks up soon after Mal and Anne (Lizzy is Anne's sister) get together, so it runs concurrently with that story line. Lizzy meets Ben through Mal and Anne. She is immediately attracted to him - they have MAD chemistry. Ben is warned from the onset to stay away from her, as she is soon to be Mal's family - and he doesn't want any awkward situations to develop later on. Of course, we all know that forbidden fruit is the sweetest though.

Ben has good intentions as far as his friendship with Lizzy is concerned. He tells her on more than one occassion that he is not prepared to cross certain lines with her. Lizzy is someone that wears her heart on her sleeve and isn't afraid to say how she feels though. Although Ben has sworn off any kind of long term relationships - he does find himself drawn to Lizzy. The two begin to exchange text messages and a fast friendship is formed. Ben is however firm with Lizzy that he cannot sleep with her as he has promised Mal (who is like his brother) that he wouldn't.

After an incident between the two Lizzy cuts off contact with Ben completely, which floors Ben. They eventually have to see one another at Mal and Anne's wedding.
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I wanted to love this book. I've been looking forward to it. Before this, It was a toss up which I liked better, Anne & Mal's book or Lena and Jimmy (I have a hard time re-reading book one because its just such a painful premise). I really like Kylie Scott's writing style, her heroines and her heroes. I'm not much into the Rocker genre that seems to have exploded across romance, but I really like her books.

Book 4 is about LIz, who we knew would star from the hints dropped in earlier books. I was interested and excited! I liked Ben, although he didn't have a standout attitude like Mal or Jimmy in the band. I figured it was Liz who he was texting when he took Lena on the date in Book 3. I wanted to know more.

In this book, Liz is pregnant (not a spoiler--its in the prologue) and the book is part flash-back through how-it-happened, and the rest kind of how-do-we-go on.

My problems with it:
1) it felt rushed and strange. The replay of scenes from Liz's point of view that included Anne were weird. Like when Liz first meets Ben and Anne and Mal have their blowup at band-practice because he greets that other woman too warmly. In Liz's head--she's not even really present for this big moment for Anne! Even though she throws in that Reece line. All she's doing is lusting after Ben. Didn't like that. These two sisters are supposed to be close! And the connection as explained in the flash backs felt false. The texting was their only connection but I wasn't convinced they really connected, so later when Ben says "you're the only woman I keep coming back to" I as like... really?

2) the Mal-Ben Blow up. There was no reason? Nothing? Just "that's my wife's younger sister?" is that really an objection? If it was about Ben breaking his word...
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