- File Size: 947 KB
- Print Length: 315 pages
- Publisher: T Gephart (January 20, 2014)
- Publication Date: January 20, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00ET1LTJC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #161,316 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I loved Lexi from the beginning, probably because she was the woman I wish I was when I was younger, but as I got to ‘know’ her more and realised that she had so many layers, I LOVED her. Because I didn't read “About the Author” until after I had finished the book, I wasn't aware that her goal was to write a book with a strong female character. Well, I definitely think she achieved that goal.
Although this was Lexi’s story, I also loved all the other characters (except Marcy). They all had an integral part to play in the book and not one character was superfluous. How could I not love Alex? I was pleased when I found out that the person I pictured for Alex was also the author’s muse, but that’s probably because the author’s portrayal of characters and her writing were so good.
But Alex wasn't the only other character that I fell in love with. There was Matt and James and Kate and Hannah and Mike. Yes, there were more, but the best thing was how each character played an important part in Lexi’s life and each other’s.
Even though I've mentioned the characters a lot, they were not the only strength of this book. I've already mentioned the connections between the characters, but the events were also connected and the whole story flowed seamlessly. I even found the chapter headings to be entertaining.
When I said that I didn't realise how great it was until chapter 4, I forgot to say that it kept getting better and better from that point on.Read more ›
I was overjoyed to have a strong female character who was intelligent, independent and didn’t measure her own worth on what men thought of her. She breaks entirely from the pathetically passive, shy, insecure, 17-21 year old women that are portrayed so often in romance novels. It was quite refreshing! The story is very entertaining and the characters are adequately developed. The language gets a little vulgar at times but it’s not excessive or trashy, and it’s in context. Overall, I loved this book.
The book was a very fast and easy read. Although it's a series, there is no cliffhanger! Thank you T. Gephart! I quite enjoyed Gephart’s writing, although the book is in desperate need of a good editing. I found numerous right spelling, wrong word scenarios, grammar issues, and missing punctuation. There are also some formatting inconsistencies, i.e. using italics, intention and dashes for text messages sometimes, but not at others. I knocked one star off the rating for it, but it won’t stop me from reading the next book. Actually, I'm really looking forward to the next book!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Finished it one day. I absolutely love these kind of books. Thoroughly enjoyed the woman being in the "driver's" seat. Not your typical mushy romance book. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Kemerer12
I enjoyed reading this first installment of the band Power Station. I like Lexi a lot. I think she's a strong female character and not afraid to be that way. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kathy Collett
I actually read this book after reading the first book in the newer series, the Black Addiction. The Lexi series is so good so far. I really loved the character of Lexi. Read morePublished 4 months ago by TBledsoe
I'm a big fan of the Power Station series so I was thrilled to read Lexi, which in my mind was Alex's story. I already knew him as a guitarist in the band. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Rosa Sharon
A twist of fate is a very particular novel. Lexie is a Pr manager in Melbourne, Australia.
She is strong, she knows what she wants and how to achieve it. Read more
DNF at 60% (and I have no idea why or how I made it that far in this book)
I wasn't a fan of any of the characters or the writing style. It was just all over the place. Read more
Totally loved the book the fact Lexie was a strong independent woman was a breath of fresh air. Her take no prisoners attitude. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Bama Girl Loves To Read
I love how spirited and outspoken Lexi is. Alex is definitely the one to tame her!! Love this book and can't wait to see what the next one has in store! !Published 13 months ago by Amazon Customer