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The Rock Star's Christmas Reunion (Charisma Book 2) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B01MA4CKYL
- Publisher : Coffee on Sundays Press; 1st edition (October 14, 2016)
- Publication date : October 14, 2016
- Language : English
- File size : 1043 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 175 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,312,543 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Yakima Wannassay has finally achieved her dream of opening a catering business, only the vegan needs to get some business before it goes under before really starting. Will Bax's upcoming catering jobs be enough to get her name out there?
As Bax and Yakima get closer they realize that secrets have been kept from the other and when Bax's past comes to Battlefield will Yakima fight for the man she wants?
I enjoyed this book but found there was a lot in the past that I wanted to know more about. Bax's mom is discussed but I feel like there was still a lot to be talked about that didn't go into as much depth as was needed. I was also confused on why Haldana was living with Bax's family as I think it got mentioned but I must have missed it.
I liked Bax but found it weird that no one was updating him on what was going on at home after he left. I liked that he was helping Yakima with keeping her business busy and he really did care about her.
Yakima was funny in that I know she had a goal in mind with her catering business but I'm still surprised in a small town that she didn't start with a wider audience. I didn't like the situation with Blue at all and it definitely made me very frustrated with her.
I found also that there was no closure to the robberies and found that whole situation almost forced and then forgotten. I don't know if the author is planning on writing more books with these characters that will give that some closure.
I really liked this story. It's a great start to a possible series that I can read and revisit old friends.
Bax and Yakima were endearing characters that you could really cheer for their HEA. One thing that bugged me was the presence of Bax's ex-girlfriend. I didn't think that she was necessary for the story. In fact, if she was the conflict in the story, I didn't buy it. Yakima is a very confident woman so to have the pop princess show up...kinda left me cold. Plus, Bax should have booted her back earlier in the story. Bax is too kind hearted at times and especially when it came to her.
Haldana, Bax's cousin and Yakima's bestie is perfect. She may be younger but she really has her stuff together. I can definitely see her story coming up next. Please, please. I must know about her and the country singer at the door. ;) The other secondary characters are also great in the story. They only add to the romance between Bax and Yakima. Don't worry about the smexy times either. They are nicely done and add to the emotional connection between Bax and Yakima.
Overall, I would highly recommend the story for its sweetness, Bax and that it's a Christmas story. So why the 4 stars? I felt like the robberies plot line was left undone but I can see it showing up in other stories.
Entertaining, sweet, and full of unique twists. This sweet rockstar romance integrates its readers into small town life in Battlefield, Washington and more accurately the big boisterous Connolly family. I liked that even though this novel was based around Bax & Yakima it felt more like great setup to an intriguing series.
Bax and Yakima are an enjoyable pair. Plus, it was fun to see how Yakima mellowed Bax out and the steps it took to get him to be “vegan-ized,” while he brought out her “wild side” a bit. Their story might seem unrealistic at first but I liked how Ms. Hiestand normalized them both and kept everything believable in a way to say, “No one is perfect,” even though Bax and Yakima are perfect together.
I recommend this novel to those looking for a unique contemporary rockstar romance!
Review By: From Me to You ... Book Reviews
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