You Really Got Me

You Really Got Me

eBook - 2015
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The first irresistible novel in a hot new series about a rock star on his way up—and the woman he wants to take all the way... Emmie Valencia has what it takes to be the music industry's hottest band manager. She just needs to prove it. Determined to discover a killer new band, Emmie is ready to make her move. First stop: Austin, Texas. As a sizzling-hot lead singer, Slater Vaughn has no trouble raising heart rates—but his band's been flat-lining for years. When Emmie, his bandmate's sister, crashes with them in exchange for some free management, her industry know-how lands them a spot in the biggest music festival in Texas. But it isn't just her business acumen that catches Slater's attention. Emmie is sexy and warm, and—for the first time in his life—he wants more. But as irresistible as Slater is, Emmie is done with musicians. In her experience, a man can't be a rock star and someone to trust with your heart—but...
Publisher: 2015.
ISBN: 9780698180390
Branch Call Number: E-BOOK
Characteristics: 1 online resource ( pages)
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc


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Cynfullygood Apr 17, 2015

Pretty good story about the conflict of trying to make a relationship work while making it big in the music industry.
The couple had a lot of internal and external conflicts pushing against them. Both of them are dealing with self-esteem issues, the heroine mostly. It was a bit annoying that it seemed that Slater was fighting more for the relationship than Emmie was.
Also her career issues were becoming monotonous with her insistence that she needed to be on one career path. When in fact with her education, she should have realized that there were different avenues she could take and still have the career she wanted.
The author sprinkles in some secondary characters that are interesting and could have used more development, like the band mates. Overall is was a good, sexy read that grabs your attention.

KarenE61 Mar 12, 2015

I didn't realize this book was a bodice-ripper in disguise when I checked it out, so enthusiasts of that genre can take my opinion with a grain of salt. I mostly concur with the Publishers Weekly review. There's an interesting story here, but it is underdeveloped and plays into a lot of cliches. The book's biggest failing is that we're asked to believe that the main characters' relationship is one of mature and enduring love, yet their predominant thoughts and actions are sexual in nature (frequent and graphic) which reduces the "love story" to a post-adolescent hormonal romp. My biggest disappointment is that it could have been so much more.

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KarenE61 thinks this title is suitable for 21 years and over


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KarenE61 Mar 12, 2015

Sexual Content: Plain vanilla, but frequent and graphic


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