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  • Cute is the new hot

    This is book # 5 in the Backstage Pass series. I recommend for reader understanding and full comprehension of the story, that you read this series in order. This can be read as a standalone - but then you miss out on the private jokes and fun. Abby auditions and gets the chance to open for Seconds to Juliet, one of her most favorite bands who are living the dream. Just prior to her audition, she had kissed the cute one of the band, Nathan. Now things are a bit awkward. Nathan has never felt like this about anyone, much less a girl. The timing could not have been worse. He is feeling the weight of the world and the band as he tries to do everything in his power to make things better. Abby and Nathan are more than attracted. They are friends also. Well, they try to be. Nathan wants to forget he kissed her, and move on. The mind is a powerful tool so forgetting her is not an option. This book was sweet and a little salty. I loved the character development happening right in front of me as I was reading! The banter, the songs, the whole book just felt so real. I loved this story and found it a great part of the series. ***This ARC was given by and its publisher for review purposes only.

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  • Fave of the series

    4 stars — Yay! This one was my favourite! I think it’s just really hard not to love poor naïve Nathan…and Abby was pretty great too. The thing is, I love sweet good characters. Sure, they mess up and make mistakes, but deep down they have good intentions. The thing is that Nathan was pretty young, and kind of on his own at such a young age. So I guess I could believe that he was taken advantage of by LJ. I truly bought in that he believed that the fate of the whole band was in his hands. He’s lucky that he had a certain great security chief and some awesome (if oblivious) bandmates to eventually figure things out and help him. I loved how sweet he was, how innocent in some ways. I loved how grateful he was for the opportunity, and how, of all of them, he didn’t take it for granted. And Abby was super sweet too! It’s not that she didn’t have fire, she did…but she was just someone easy to love. It was exciting to see her have this opportunity, even if it was tainted by other stuff happening at times. And they were so cute together. I loved them from their first meeting to the end. I rooted for them. I was a bit bummed that LJ’s comeuppance wasn’t dramatic and on page, but ah well…can’t have everything.

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