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    Susannah Nix it again!

    Love this author, and this is another lovely romance. Characters are believable and the story builds and burns and climaxes in all the right ways. Highly recommended for romance readers who appreciate a bit more depth and intelligence without losing the smoulder or passion.
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    Absolutely fantastic!

    Susannah Nix has the ability to bring her characters to life. Each one is so multi-dimensional and complex. The anxiety that the characters experienced in relation to their careers and relationships really resonated with me. I loved the chemistry between Scott and Grace.... the sex scenes absolutely sizzled! It was a fantastically written romance with relate-able characters and a complex story-line. I loved it!
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    The drama! The angst!

    The drama! The angst! My reality-TV loving heart is both happy and devastated having read this book. I’m the daughter of an addict, so I can attest that this story gives a true and accurate portrayal of the path of destruction addiction leaves in its wake, and the steep climb that recovery takes. Grace and Scott left me feeling a little like the rope in a game of tug-of-war. One moment I was fully ‘team Scott’, the next I was one hundred percent behind Grace. There are a lot of big emotions in this book. Both Scott and Grace have a bunch of baggage that keeps tripping them up and I despaired of them ever getting it all unpacked to achieve their happy ever after. But, I loved watching them work through it all. I especially enjoyed the way this book closes out. I can't wait to see what else this series brings us. I received a complimentary advanced copy of this book from the author.
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    Entrancing and Genuine - so well done!

    I LOVED THIS BOOK. I don’t throw that kinda thing around for just any book either (especially in cap lock, wow!), so please know it’s the real deal. Up front notes – I’m trying to avoid serious spoilers, so most of this review will be general discussion. This is the second book in a series called “Starstruck”, but it is absolutely a stand-alone. I read the first book (Rising Star) after I finished this one, and I did not miss out on a single thing by doing it that way. Lastly, go grab Rising Star too. You’ll thank me later. Back on topic with Fallen Star...why do I love it? Well, the reasons are many, but the overarching theme is the relatability and richness of both the characters and the story. Every aspect from backstory to location descriptions has an amazing attention to detail that brings it instantly to life. BUT, it also has excellent pacing; we are in no way rushed to the finish line (rushing is bad). While you are IMMEDIATELY invested in Grace and Scott, the threads of each scene are meticulously woven together to build the not only their romance, but their lives, and the lives of those around them. Absolutely unputdownable. Spell-check thinks that’s not a word, so it obviously hasn’t read this book. On top of that, I adore Grace! She’s (again) “real” - driven, strong, smart, and successful in her OWN right. She doesn’t need saving, and she’s easy to like. That’s not to say she’s perfect, which is what MAKES her perfect as a character to root for, laugh with, and love. Not surprisingly, the same goes for Scott. Perfectly imperfect? I think that works! When we first meet him, we are privy to some private struggles that define so much of his character. He’s a Hollywood mega-star who has fallen out of favor after a public battle with addiction. Scott is a fantastic example of a person fighting a battle that you know nothing about, and the (sometimes evil) power of preconceived notions. The introduction of his struggle & recovery is exceedingly well done. Of course this is a hot-button topic, and it’s presented in a positive and realistic way. Throughout the story you are simply drawn to him. Even when he would make “man” choices – the kind where you’re talking at your Kindle at 1 AM saying “Scott...noooooo”. It’s ok, you’re still rooting for him. Having no personal experience with his particular brand of demons, I was nevertheless living it right there with him. He broke my heart and put it back together all at the same time with his determination to make his second chance a success. I didn’t even know you could DO that! Team Scott for the win. Do you remember that scene in Pretty Woman when Richard Gere asks Julia Roberts “What happened after (the Prince) climbed up the tower to rescue (the Princess)?” Julia Roberts says “She rescues him right back.” Yea….THAT’S it! *all the feels* I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review. However, it's not the first of Susannah's books I've read, and I would have HAPPILY paid for this book five times over. Just sayin’.
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    Great read

    This was an engrossing read; I couldn't put it down! I really liked the characters and the plot. I received an ARC and am voluntarily leaving an honest review.
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