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    I can’t wait for more

    The more I read of Blair Babylon’s work the more I want; she can’t possibly write fast enough. I’ve made no secret of the fact that I don’t care for serials/books with cliffhangers but I’m making exceptions for my favorite authors. Why? For one thing the writing is excellent and the stories compelling; the other thing is that these are not just “chapters” or small pieces of a book being sold at, IMHO, exorbitant prices. Each one of the books/episodes in her Billionaires in Disguise (BID) and Rock Stars in Disguise (RID) are at least novella length. I won’t give too much of the story away; you need to read it for yourself. Alex/Alexandre/Xan is a seriously damaged person and we really see that in a big way in this book. Georgie is running from the Russian mafia and Xan wants to protect her; this also is very important in this episode. There is fantastic chemistry between Georgie and Xan but in this episode the sex wasn’t what compelled me to keep reading as much as the story itself (this isn’t a negative comment; just how I felt after reading this book). Georgie’s training as a classically trained pianist plays an important role in this book. The cliffhanger for this episode left me feeling almost overwhelmed; I have a book hangover. Blair, please hurry with the next book! I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review but I also purchased a copy because I loved the book. The BID: Rae, BID: Lizzy and BID/RID: Georgie/Xan stories all contain connected characters but each serial can also be read on its own. If you haven’t read the other serials/books I highly recommend them.
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    Wild Thing

    As the story continue, I was hooked and had to know what happen to Georgie and Van/Alex. It is a good story filled with romance and heart tugging story that will capture the reader throughtout. I loved it.
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    another utterly incredible work of art

    Wild Thing allows us a much deeper dive into this beautifully enchanting and fiercely emotional rollercoaster that is Georgie and Xan. We are privileged to see behind the veil on the mysterious and complex character that is Xan. I loved how we are granted a back stage pass to get to know the other band members as well. We see their strange dynamic up close and personal, and nothing is as it seems when it comes to Killer Valentine. So sit back, fasten your safety belt, and be prepared to for one wild and unforgettable ride! Georgia is determined to keep her heart as far away from Xan as possible. She is only with him for some temporary no strings fun and a place to hide while she regroups and gets her life back on track. No long term plans for her thank you very much and especially not with a man like Xan. The Ice Princess is firmly in charge and has no desire to relinquish control to anyone. Xan says he only wants Georgie around for some much needed fun and to help with his songwriting. That’s all he needs, and he barely has any time for those things with his band’s packed scheduled. However, what he didn’t count on was how quickly, quietly, and completely she has invaded his life, his heart, and his very soul. Now, all he wants is to keep her safely by his side, and he will do it by whatever means possible. After all alive and brokenhearted is better than dead and never coming back. What is a girl to do when her life hangs in the balance, and the only one who can save her is the very man who can easily destroy her? What will Xan risk to keep Georgie safe and his band on schedule to see their rise to fame finally become reality? I loved getting to know these beautiful characters on a much deeper level. They made me fall in love with all of them without any regrets. Georgie and Xan are both phenomenal characters who never failed to show me how beautiful life is when you find the person that completes you and how devastating love can be when it is toyed with and forced into a mold that it was never meant to fill. We have to be true to ourselves if we hope to grow and live a rich and fulfilling life. If we aren’t honest with ourselves, then we can never be truly honesty with anyone else. We all have choices we have to make, but we need to sure that they are good for not only us but for those around us. No matter what people may tell you, family and friends are all that you have in this world, so they should never be treated poorly or taken advantage of. Blair Babylon has written another utterly incredible work of art. No matter how many of her books I have read, she continues to become an even greater and more formidable author whose fierce passion and unbreakable conviction shines through the crowd to illuminate her uniquely creative and completely unforgettable genius. She excels at shining the light on the human soul and illustrating that we all have pieces of both light and dark inside each of us. We have to choose which we will allow to dominate and control us. Only we have that choice, and it should never be taken lightly.
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    Fabulous Book!

    Picking right up from the end of Every Breath You Take, this is the continuation of the story between Xan and Georgie, please keep tissues close to hand. Xan is trying to keep the band together, they are his escape, his chance to be the man he wants to be abut with them slowly disintegrating he is facing an uncertain future, one that he has no desire to hurtle towards and he is keen to do whatever he can to keep them together, in his moment of need he turns to Georgie and as much as she is desperate to help, she knows that getting on stage may just be a step too far. Her options are not just limiting they are critical – she needs to get away but leaving Xan is something that is difficult to comprehend but staying is selfish and in her desperation to avoid the mob, she is putting not only Xan but the rest of the band in harm’s way. But leaving is not a feasible option when she feels the way that she does – but I couldn’t help but have a bit of a yell at the screen for the two of them to just wake up and smell the coffee - - dear lord they were blind to the obvious! The characterisation in the book is simply divine, the depth with which the author delves is remarkable and the path she takes us on is one that will stay with you – I loved the story and most of the characters but like all things you can’t like everyone – although who you think that is may be open for discussion. A great story – thoroughly enjoyed!
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    Great

    This was a great story of Xan and Georgie. If you read Blair Babylon books, you should know the Billionaires in Disguise character Georgie. She is a very well developed character in the books about Rae and Lizzy, and in the first book about her and Xan, and we get to know her even better here. She was raised rich, is a virtuosa pianist (with stage fright), is running from the Russian mob because of her father's dishonesty, has a mother who won't help pay off the mob, is studying to be a lawyer, and was a worker in the Devilhouse (a BDSM club) to pay for college. She met the hero in the previous stories, and they had an immediate connection because of the music they both are completely addicted to. The hero is rich, a duke, a virtuoso violinist, a rock star singer/guitarist, and seems to have many disconnected parts to his personality. I love how we get deeply into both main characters thoughts and feelings. I love the sensual scenes, I love the descriptions of the concerts. It is all good. I am really looking forward to the culmination of the story.
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