Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Rock Star's Girl



Rating: Great Read:  This is a book that would be 7.5 starfish out of 10.  I want to read it all night long.


Synopsis: "Emily Watts just wants a weekend break from the workaholic hours she's taken on to keep her business — a popular fashion-snark web site — up and running. What she gets is overnight celebrity and a career-killing media scandal.

While taking time out to attend a concert in support of friend Jesse Cinder, a struggling musician, Emily meets Cory Sampson, the lead singer of a chart-topping rock band. When she agrees to a date with Cory, making entertainment headlines is the last thing she expects. Even so, it's a minor surprise by comparison to her discovery that in the music world, media notoriety trumps all. Tabloid allegations erupt when Cory and fame-hungry Jesse use Emily for personal gain, and her tarnished image spells disaster — personally and professionally. To save the web site and writing career she's made her life and dream, Emily must go from being a pawn in the Hollywood headline game to becoming the media mastermind."


My Review: I really enjoyed Rock Star's Girl. It is a fun, fast moving read. I really wanted Em to end up with Xxxxxxx. You will just have to read the book to figure if Xxxxxxx is Jesse or C-Samp! I can't give the ending away. I was pulled into Em's world in Chapter 1.


As one reviewer put it....Chick-Lit for Smart Chicks!  Rock Star's Girl is just that and I thought it was a perfect way to say it. Em and her best friend are smart young women (bonus). I had to laugh as her best friend is a CPA for a big firm and was in Cleveland on an audit - I too am CPA and worked for a big firm for many, many years. I also spent a lot of time in Cleveland!  Small world, we should talk J.F. Kristin! Maybe you could write a sequel and I could give you all the research material!


I enjoyed that the book takes place in LA/Hollywood as I tend to read a lot of Chick Lit that takes place in NYC or London.  It was very refreshing. Em was really a down-to-earth kind of Chick, which I liked as well.  She was concerned about her career, her reputation, her family and friends. There was not all the drama of designer this and that, oohing and aching over celebrates, etc. As I said, this was a very fast read for me and that means one thing.....a really good read!  


Read it: You can purchase Rock Star's Girl for Kindle for just 99 cents right now at Amazon.  


Blog Update: Check out J.F. Kristin's blog too for the latest on Rock Star's Girl.


Have a great week!
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1 comment:

  1. I loved this one! Made it onto my favourites of 2011 list :) Glad you enjoyed it too!

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