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Incite: Adam (Rockstar Series Book 1) by [Leigh, Heather C.]
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Length: 297 pages Word Wise: Enabled

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  • File Size: 2354 KB
  • Print Length: 297 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Shelbyville; 1 edition (December 14, 2014)
  • Publication Date: December 14, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00Q8TJXU0
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
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I picked this book up a while ago as I'm a big fan of rock romances. This book turned out to be pretty different than what I anticipated, but good nonetheless. The story follows a couple over a 10 year period that seems fated to endure heartbreak. It's pretty heavy in comparison to most in this genre- loads of emotional turmoil and crappy situations. Through it all, you can't help but pull for the couple. I did think some of the roadblocks were excessive, especially toward the end. However, I gathered this is a spin off series, and I think those moments were necessary to weave in the characters from the other series. The main characters weren't the most vibrant or lovable, but they were written well and I enjoyed them. I did like the band's camaraderie, though it felt more distant than I wanted. The book really focused only on the couple and glazed over places I wanted more insight. I thought the narration was solidly done, especially moving along such a massive timeline. I wished the timeline was a little less erratic, because I'd lose track, but it generally didn't impact the story like I've experienced in other books. I'm not immediately downloading the next in the series, but I'm putting it on my want to read list, so I'll eventually get to it. If you like angst and characters working themselves out of rough beginnings, I think this book is a safe bet.
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How do you go from living in a nice house, beautiful area, great school to all of a sudden losing what you had after your dad loses his job, moving into a dangerous horrible area, new school, no friends and start again? This is what Ellie had to do when things got bad. Her parents found new jobs and were just making it work so that’s what Ellie did to, try to make it work.

How do you ever become something from the child hood you have? A brother that is one of the biggest drug dealers in town and doesn’t give a s*&^ about you. A mother that is a crack whore, a father that shows up every now and again to beat you to a pulp along with your mother and then takes off again.

This is what Adam’s life is like.

Until Ellie and Adams world collide in a bad way.

Adam saves Ellie along with his best mate Dax from being attacked by the notorious Callum.

Adam follows Ellie home for weeks just to make sure she gets there safely until he comes up with a plan to make sure Ellie is safe, little does he realize he puts his own life on the line. He doesn’t care, there is something about Ellie that his hooked on even though it’s not his style, Liam Isn’t a 1 women man his a player and never sleeps with the same girls twice.

Ellie and Adam fall hard for each other they love hanging out together and they make plans to move to LA for Adam’s music career and for Ellie to start collage. Adam leaves and Ellie is to follow 6 weeks later but never does……

Ellie’s dad gets killed suddenly and Ellie can’t leave her mum so she lets Adam go she lets the one person she truly loves go, he soul mate her best friend cause she knows he would come back if she told him the truth.
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Incite is book one of the four-part Sphere of Irony series, a spin-off of Heather C. Leigh’s Famous series. I hadn’t read any of the previous books by this author, but Incite worked well as a stand alone. It is a rock star romance, which follows the story of Adam and Ellie over a period of ten to fifteen years. They meet in their last year at school when classy, posh Ellie has to move to the East End of London after her father becomes unemployed. Adam is a street-smart kid who grew up in this drug and crime ridden area with a violent father, an addict mother and a drug dealing brother. Together with his mate Dax, he plays guitar and writes songs hoping to escape his deprived surroundings. Adam and Dax save Ellie from being assaulted and over time, a sweet romance builds up between Ellie and Adam. But every time when you think there is finally something positive coming their way, another obstacle is thrown in their way. They end up spending a lot of time apart with Adam pursuing his music career in the US and Ellie trying to cope with problems in the UK.
The plot started out really strong, and I was loving it. But then a few things started to irritate me a bit. The main thing being the overly long timeline, which started to jump around with several flashbacks. Following an “incident”, the story would suddenly jump forward a few months/years, but then flashback to include additional information. It felt disjointed and could have been done more smoothly. The other thing that I couldn’t quite buy into was the premise that in this day and age it was so difficult for two people to keep in touch or keep track of each other. However, if you can forget about those things, then you have an emotional love story with all the usual ingredients, some interesting side characters and sharp dialogue.
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This book has been on my TBR list forever and since the second book in the series was recently released I decided that it was high time to read this one to get a better grasp of the series. After finishing “Incite” early morning, not only do I want to read the other three books but I have this strong desire to read Heather Leigh’s “Famous” series as well. This is how strong of impression this story had on me.

What I loved about it was that Adam and Ellie’s love story doesn’t just happen overnight rather it extends over a long period of time. It all begins when Ellie’s parents take a financial hit which leads Ellie transferring to a new school. Almost immediately Ellie catches Adam’s attention. Adam back in high school had this reputation of being a ladies man – never sleeping with a girl more than once but when he meets Ellie he knows that she is one that could make him change his ways, forever.

In those early years, I honestly felt that they wouldn’t be able to handle a serious relationship being that young but as the story continues on they become so deep in each other up to the point where one couldn’t function without the other.This is why their first separation was extremely difficult. I did feel frustrated with Adam during those times with how he went back into his philandering ways but if you think about besides his music this was the way that he could cope with losing the love of his life.

Over the years Adam and Ellie have several accidental yet disastrous confrontations which were certainly disheartening yet no matter where they were in their lives when they were in each others presence you could sense that their feelings never withered. The timing was just always OFF.
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