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Kitty Valentine Dates a Rock Star Kindle Edition
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She is married to her college sweetheart, adores writing big fat happily ever afters, wears a lot of pink, buys way too many shoes, loves to travel, and is distracted by anything covered in glitter.
- ASIN : B086TSQ4Y6
- Publisher : Swoonworthy Books (July 23, 2020)
- Publication date : July 23, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 1404 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 214 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 194679385X
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #182,081 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I LOVED this book better than the other two cause it felt soooo real. Well I’m some ways.
Would I ever want to date my childhood band crush now? Ummm no. I’m glad though Kitty had such a strong connection with Dustin and I’m also thrilled at how much Kitty has grown as a woman. We all need to learn a lesson from her good morals and see the best in people. So proud of you kitty so proud.
Kitty's best friend, the snarky yet supportive Hayley, was just as much fun as usual, and I love that she's as much a sister to Kitty as a friend. I enjoyed seeing Hayley get a little flustered while meeting Kitty's romantic interest, former boy band member Dustin Grant. Hayley is normally so cool and collected, especially when compared to Kitty, but meeting Dustin turned her into a gushing, giggling fan girl, which made me laugh. It's nice to know that Hayley isn't quite as perfect as she sometimes seems! I find her to be a bit more human and relatable now, and I like her character even more than I did before.
Kitty's neighbor and frenemy Matt was also back in this installment, and I have to comment again on how much I love his and Kitty's banter. I really hope that the two of them end up together in the end. Watching them dance around each other through all of these books while Kitty dates other men for "research" is kind of like the ultimate slow burn relationship building, and I am here for it!
Overall, "Kitty Valentine Dates a Rockstar" was a tremendous amount of fun and I am very much looking forward to Kitty's next adventure. I highly recommend this series for all fans of chick lit and romantic comedy.
*ARC provided by the author. All opinions expressed are my own.
Kitty Valentine Dates a Rock Star is book 3 of Jillian Dodd's Kitty Valentine Series. This is a cute, quick read. I recommend reading the previous books of the series first.
Kitty is a writer who likes writing sweet romances but they're not selling. In an attempt to up the heat factor of her books she takes to dating certain men as research for her books. This book has her dating a rock star.
I enjoyed this book but couldn't give it more than 3 stars because I felt like it was too difficult to believe that this somewhat timid writer would have done the things written about. Also, I feel like I know where the rest of the books will be headed. These books, while enjoyable, are very predictable.
Kitty gets to meet her teenage crush, Dustin Grant, who was the lead singer in the boy band she had plastered all over bedroom walls growing up. You know what it’s like, you imagine the life you could have together and scribble your names, entwined by love hearts. Practice what your signature will look like once you get married…
A few years have passed since then and when Kitty does come face to face with Dustin, after watching him perform in a bar, he is just as gorgeous as she remembered. His voice is just as smooth and they get on really well. In fact, he invites her to join him for a drink and bite to eat. Things are going well, they share a kiss she will never forget and then things don’t go so well. Dustin is used to girls giving him what he wants but he has met his match with Kitty Valentine because she is not just any girl.
‘His voice has lost the smoothness it used to have, before ten years passed and heaven knows what else. It’s got a lot of rasp to it now, like he’s either a smother or a drinker or both. But that just adds to its charm, that roughness. He used to be a little boy, but now, he’s a man who's seen things, who’ experienced things.’
Kitty is disappointed to find out that her expectations of him fell short. I call that ‘anticappointment’ - when you’re anticipating something great but are left just feeling disappointed. However, all is not lost, he has her number and may call her right? Well it seems that Dustin was indeed intrigued by Kitty and they do see each other again. The tables get turned a bit and that made things very interesting.
‘I can almost fool myself into thinking he’s the kid he used to be - and heck, for all I know, he might be. Maybe he never matured past that point.’
I liked Dustin at the beginning of this story but towards the end not so much. I still love Blake and Jake and sexy neighbor Matt more so she definitely has options but let’s see what Mr Fireman brings to the table next…