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European Tour (Rocking The Pop Star Book 1) Kindle Edition
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As I said this was a feel-good rock romance that has hooked me and I am definitely looking forward to reading World Tour which is the second book of this series.
This was a fast, fun contemporary romance. I don’t usually stray from my favorite genre of paranormal, but once in a while I do and this book proved to be a great break from the norm. I really liked the characters. Brody and Skylar were easy to like and Skylar’s mother was so fun to hate. The easy dialog and fast paced story kept me turning the pages quickly.
I give European Tour 4 stars and I look forward to reading more by this author.
Once he shares his talent with her, someone is trying to out him and his past in the most horrible way. Will the person succeed in destroying Brody (aka Saban Savage) or will they destroy Sky?
Great love story from a great author...
I guess it's just that the story doesn't have much depth to it. And I cant believe that Skyler, the girl singing star, was on one page almost a stranger to our hero and yet on practically the next page, she was throwing herself at him.
I am in no doubt that the author knows about writing, it's just that this particular book is too low-key for me.
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This books was alright.Read more
This is a quick read with very little drama or angst. Very fast paced as far as the plot moving. The attraction was instant.Read more