Review : Lick (Stage Dive #1) – Kylie Scott

 

Waking up in Vegas was never meant to be like this.

Evelyn Thomas’s plans for celebrating her twenty-first birthday in Las Vegas were big. Huge. But she sure never meant to wake up on the bathroom floor with a hangover to rival the black plague, a very attractive half-naked tattooed man in her room, and a diamond on her finger large enough to scare King Kong. Now if she could just remember how it all happened.

One thing is certain, being married to one of the hottest rock stars on the planet is sure to be a wild ride.

 

My review :

 

First i love romance when music takes an important place.
Two i love when the story begins immediately, no time out!!
Three, i love hot rock stars!!

I can do like this for forever and make a long list but it’s time to write my review and to share with you my enthusiasm and love for this book!!!( i use this word a lot but i can help it!)

This is the first book of the Stage Dive series and each member has his story. For the first installment, we get to know David, singer of this group and Evelyn.
This is one of the best all time beginning i read : Evelyn go to Vegas to celebrate her 21st birthday and wakes up with a hot, handsome, « stranger », long dark hair and beautiful eyes and the icing on the cake: she has a big diamond on her left hand!! Haha Las Vegas baby!!
I really like this story, even if they get married without knowing each other for less than 24 hours, we totally feel the attraction, connexion between them: an irresistible bound, like they were connected by an invisible thread.

But like most girls would react, Evelyn freaks out, and has no memory of what happened last night. Las vegas and liquor don’t make good combination!! The reaction of David was very intriguing; he’s the one showing containment, like they knew each other for years. I instantaneously love this character! His reaction after Evelyn crisis was so intense.

Everything went wild and the news of their marriage is all over the press; she is harassed by paparazzis, can put a foot outside without being followed. The issue is to divorce to be free again, to go back to their own lives.

In a short time, David is totally smitten with this woman, who didn’t recognize him and so different, like a breath of fresh hair. He suffers enough and doesn’t date women, as a famous rock star, he has just to pick a women, they just throw at him. He wasn’t looking for someone until her.
Evelyn is definitely not a groupie. She’s going to be an architect like her father and since the beginning we can sense that is not maybe what she wants. Her parents decide for her by her professional career, lifestyle and meeting David helps her to open her eyes.
I enjoyed a lot their chemistry and constant sexual tension, growing as the story goes by. David is very protective of Evelyn, always being there for here no matter what, for once he doubts about his feelings : is it too soon to be immediately in love with her, it confused him. Evelyn feels the same, trying to figured out all of this.They are so good together, i love every moment!Their group are so great and have a good dynamic!

I can write about this book for pages but i think that you have to read it to mesure the intensity and the depth of this story, about this two lost souls, finding their forever in each other! The writing was so well orchestrated, like a piece of sheet music, letting us fully taken in this amazing story. Once you start to read it, you won’t be able to stop!! You will be addicted to these endearing characters! I recommend it!!!


More about Kylie Scott : http://kylie-scott.com/

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