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  • Loved it

    Absolutely LOVED this book! The genre is a bit younger than I normally read but with a hot boy band, young love, and Ophelia London writing the story I just couldn't pass it up! With a reputation as a heartthrob, Miles Carlisle is definitely off limits. Too bad Aimee Bingham's heart just refuses to acknowledge that fact. Being forced to spend 3 weeks on the road with the band makes it hard to stay away from him but as they spend time together they both discover the true person the other is, young love develops hard and fast. This is a great sweet romance and I recommend it to everyone!

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  • He was a real heart rocker

    Aimee Bingham has had a crush on Miles Carlisle since before he became famous. Her brothers best friend, he thought of her as a little sister. Her brother tells it as he never thinks of her at all. Miles, notices Aimee this time right away. Thinks she is just a hot girl who works with him. Until he finds out she is Nate's little sister and untouchable. Aimee has more to offer in the way of friendship now. They have more in common too. Miles likes having Aimee as his musical muse. He cannot seem to write when she is not in the room. The words flow when he is looking at her. She could simply be reading - and he hears the song just coming out. Aimee is trying so hard to to crush on Miles again. The English accent, the hot body, his incredible voice... how can she not feel for him again? They rekindle the friendship but can it be more? Can they hide it from others? Miles wants to talk to her brother and smooth the way. He does not remember feeling like this about any girl. His best friend needs to know. He is the most important person, except for Aimee. Will he wait too long to tell him? Such a beautiful story. I could not put it down! I give it a happy 5/5 Kitty's Paws UP!! ***This ARC copy was given free from and the publisher for review purposes. My honest opinion does not reflect Netgalley, nor its affiliates. romance

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  • Okay

    This is the one book I had read previously in this series, but it had been so long that I reread it. ORIGINAL REVIEW: 3 stars — And the slump continues. Overall I just couldn’t get into this one. I didn’t always like Aimee or Miles (though I think I liked Miles more), and I wasn’t always cool with the things they were doing. I’m such a non-rule-breaker, so sneaking around just isn’t exciting for me, even vicariously. And I was largely displeased with Nick’s various roles. As someone older, and a professed best friend, I guess I expected to a) see him more b) have him behave less irrationally and c) actually see and understand who his best friend was. If that makes any sense. Which it probably doesn’t, but oh well. So while it had some great kissing scenes, and I enjoyed some of the hanging out that Miles and Aimee got to do (especially the writing session), in the end I guess I just wasn’t in the mood for realistic 16/17 year olds, I was looking for the more mature variety (which is on me). ON REREAD: 3 stars — Yeah, did not improve with time. I mean, at least it didn’t get worse. The thing is, the cute parts were SERIOUSLY adorable! I could see all this potential for an even better story, but there just wasn’t enough of those moments to outshine the grrr and meh. I think the sneaking around wasn’t quite as displeasing for me, but I still wasn’t happy with Nick…like AT ALL. I think my biggest problem is that some of the various conflict felt sort of contrived and not well executed — particularly everything surrounding Aimee’s blog. Joke was not the right word. And the reactions were just not as authentic as I would have liked. So yeah. Not a great start. Bummer.

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