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Friday, May 13, 2016

Review: Lick by Kylie Scott

Title: Lick
Author: Kylie Scott
Series: Stage Dive #1
Format: Audiobook
Narrator: Andi Arndt
Release Date: February 24th, 2014
Length: Novel (303 pages/8.8 hours)
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Source: Library
Buy: Audible, Amazon, Barnes & Noble
Rating: 3.0-stars

Melissa's Review:

Lick is book one in the Stage Dive series. The book starts with Evelyn Thomas (aka Ev) out celebrating her 21st birthday in Vegas with a girlfriend. The next thing she knows she's waking up the next morning with a stranger nearby and a huge rock of a wedding ring on her finger. Ev blacked out from drinking so much and has no clue what happened. Not finding out much about her new husband David before he storms out of the room, all she knows is that he promised an annulment and his lawyers would contact her.

Imagine Ev's surprise when she heads home and upon exiting the airport there are reporters and paparazzi screaming her name, trying to find out about her husband, David. This is where we learn David is in a famous band called Stage Dive. I could see where this was going to go next and while I did enjoy the story I will mention it was predictable. The characters were nice, though David did have some issues. But then again, what rock star doesn't? I will probably check out the next book in the series since I do love rock star books. I'll be hoping it's not as predictable, though. If you're a fan of rock star books, I'd suggest this one for you.


15 comments:

  1. I have read like 1 rock star book

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  2. yeah it's too bad it was that predictable

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    1. Sometimes I like a bit of predictable in my books but it didn't wow me this time unfortunately!

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  3. I love rock star romances. I have been waiting for you to review this one since I saw that you were reading it. It looks and sounds so good. Really sad it was only a 3 star for you. I was hoping for a 5 or 4 star and lots of gushing. I'll probably still read it though.

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    1. I did enjoy it, just didn't omg love it lol! I'm wondering if I would have preferred the ebook version over the audio that I listened to. It might have made a difference *shrugs*

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  4. I've just recently read my first contemporary. Normally, I stick with fantasy or dystopia. I think I could get into a rock star book, just don't think I'll be starting with this one. Especially if it's predictable. Great review!

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    1. Ooooh which contemporary are you reading?? :D

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  5. oh I am sorry to hear you didn't like this one that much!! I loved it, it wasn't my favorite book of the series but I loved this authors writing style. I didn't mind the predictability of this book, mostly because of the way it was written. But I love those rock stars. :)

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    1. I think I'll try out book two and see what I think before I write off the series as a whole :D

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  6. Oh no, not this trope! I do enjoy it more than I should, but it has been done to death.

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    1. I tend to enjoy this genre as well :P

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  7. Ah I know a lot who love this series. The covers. Gah! I borrowed the print from the library and blasted cat peed on it. Before I could read it. Then I owed the library 18 bucks. Grr So I've kind of avoided the series since then. lol

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    1. lmao That sucks! I'd be avoiding it too if that happened to me :P

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  8. Haha. I hope it's a nice rock on her finger. lol. I've not read any rock star books. This does sound good. :)

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