- Paperback: 298 pages
- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition (July 4, 2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1721036865
- ISBN-13: 978-1721036868
- Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.8 x 8.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 135 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #762,863 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Incognito: A Standalone New Adult Romance Paperback – July 4, 2018
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Shawn and Dakota are both battling their own wars. Shawn is trying to stay under the radar and finally enjoy life as just a "normal" every day college student. He's been in the limelight for many years and his life has been in overdrive since he got picked up years ago. Now that is he "forced" to be normal, he is really enjoying life as a much slower pace.
Dakota did more that put her dreams of Julliard on the backside - she has chosen to go into the family business. While it's not her dream, it's what she knows is best for her and her family's future. But at night, she escapes her new reality and dances away in the moonlight.
Shawn and Dakota are both so wrong and so right for one another. As they try to fight against the attraction they have, the electricity just builds. These two are strong together and for one another. There is a lot of angst and suspense in this book - a lot of that comes from assumptions on both their parts. While I felt at their age their communication should have been more mature, Siobhan also does a great job of showing how social media and technology play a very key role in how people react to things.
As I said, this book blurb may feel like it's the same but it's the added twists and plotting that makes this book stand out. Siobhan has this way with her writing of putting in the characters shoes and just feeling everything - you become the characters.
Siobhan writes such amazing characters. Not only do I love her main characters but I love the secondary characters in this book. They all play such key and integral roles in this book that it just makes the story all the more entertaining
This book is a standalone and can be read solely on its own. There are characters from her other standalone, Inseparable, who make an appearance in this one. However, reading either book in whatever order will in no way impede one over the other.
Siobhan has written another story that I found myself devouring in hours and wanting more from her.
Shawn needs to get away. Away from L.A and the fake-ness that comes along with it. He may only be twenty but he was a bad boy popstar by the time he was only fifteen. The last year has been difficult and now with a stalker threatening him, it’s time to get out of there. It will give him time to focus on himself and his music. To find himself again. U of I might be a party school but he wasn’t there for that. He was determined to write songs, study accounting, and blend into the crowd of college students. What he didn’t expect was Dakota Gray.
Dakota’s life was forever changed last year with the a tragic loss. She as supposed to be dancing at Julliard. Instead she was studying accounting at U of I. It wasn’t her dream but she was doing what she felt was right. Even when she knew in her heart it was all wrong. She still danced at midnight so she kept that part of herself. She was in college to focus. To one day work with her father. Then, one morning, something changed. She ran into him. Literally. An a- named Levi who was too good looking for his own good. She tried to stay away but he was always there. In class. In the corner. In her mind.
Shawn/Levi and Dakota’s is a complicated one. They both are not in a place for a relationship. She is still hurting. He has a crazy person after him. Plus, he has never had a girlfriend. But, there is just a connection between them that they try to fight but in the end it’s too strong. They get each other. They have fun. They relax each other. What will happen when Dakota finds out the truth about who he is? Will their bond be strong enough then? And will they find the stalker before it’s too late?
I loved this story! It has the fun college experiences along with the drama of it. It also has suspense, sexiness, and heart. Both characters are strong, like-able, and mature. They are only nineteen and twenty but have been through so much for their young age. They have been through things that most people their ages haven’t. He might be a wealthy popstar but he has had his troubles. I love the way he feels for Kota. It’s beautiful, really.
Overall...I was hooked from the very start to the very end. I had to know who was going to make the first move. Who the stalker was. What would happen when she finds out the truth. I loved it! The characters. The suspense. The emotions. The drama. Everything.
“I feel like I’m really breathing for the first time in years.”
“Quit stalling, stud.” She rubs her hands in glee. “Dish the dirt.”
“You’re quite the romantic for a bad boy,” I tease.
“Well, I do write love songs for a living.”
I voluntarily reviewed an advance complimentary copy of this book.
Siobhan has quickly become one of my favorite authors. Her books are an automatic one-click (even before reading a synopsis). I've been dying to get my hands on this book and thrilled to receive an advanced readers copy.
This book is about a rock-star (Shawn/Levi - total book boyfriend material here) and a college girl (Dakota). Each of them have some serious things they are working through - that's all I will say so as not to spoil the story. If you read Inseparable, you will run in to a couple characters from that story (great to see them - cause I LOVED that book). Oh, and Tabitha (Dakota's friend) is absolutely hysterical. Loved her.
This is a story about strength, love, trust, and healing; and it's beautiful. I absolutely loved it!!!
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