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Love Struck by [McGee, Laurelin]
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About the Author

Laurelin McGee is the pseudonym of Laurelin Paige and Kayte McGee.

Laurelin Paige is the NY Times and USA Today Bestselling Author of the Fixed Trilogy. She's a sucker for a good romance and gets giddy anytime there's kissing, much to the embarrassment of her three daughters.

Kayti McGee is a Kansas City native who now calls Colorado home. When she isn't writing, she's making up recipes to go with her favorite books.


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1309 KB
  • Print Length: 337 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1250059194
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks (2 Feb. 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B014CR0QVY
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #172,678 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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What a fantastic duet. This story is so rewarding. Took me a few chapters to get into the flow of Eli and Lacy, but well worth it. Lost love, found love, wrong love and to fight for love. An male who hates to upset people, a male who's ego is big enough for all and girl who has had a lot of romantic and life trauma, and still she is a beautiful person, with writers block. The story unfolds, and yes we do get a happy ever after. Eventually. But read on. This is a great novel. Good storyline. Strong characters, and well worth it, from two excellent authors.
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This story has evoked so many different feelings for me, from swooning over the romantic scenes to being driven crazy by some of the characters actions. "Love Struck" started off brilliantly. I was immediately entertained by the story and I loved Lacy and Eli. I had a big fat smile on my face after reading Lacy and Eli's beginning. I adored the pair's flirty dialogue and I was excited to discover what their future would hold. I thought that I had pretty much predicated how the book would play out, however I soon realised that I had guessed wrong and things didn't go as well as I had first anticipated between Lacy and Eli. To say that I was gutted with the change in direction would have been an understatement.

For the majority of the story, the range of emotions that had been stirred were mainly negative. Anger, frustration and impatience all played a part in my journey through this book. I was disappointed with the direction in Lacy's character and saddened by some of the choices she made. I found some of her behaviour to be quite hurtful and it shocked me how Lacy could change my opinion of her so quickly. I was also surprised when I learnt Lacy and Eli's age. I had expected them to be a lot younger, especially Lacy. Thank goodness Eli was a hell of lot more endearing. He was the only character that I enjoyed throughout. Eli was a kind, caring and loving guy and I thought that Lacy was nuts to act the way that she did towards him.

So, by the time I had reached the end of this novel, I was feeling extremely disheartened by what I had read. I so wanted to fall in love with this story but because of my disappointment, I ended up losing interest in Lacy and Eli. My initial excitement had popped and even a HEA could not bring me any joy.
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Actual rating 4.5 stars

Another fun, sexy, witty read from the authors of the fabulous Miss Match.

Lacy has been struggling to cope in the aftermath of a terrible personal tragedy. As an up and coming musician, with studio time banked, she should be working on new music, but she has a bad case of writer's block. In desperation, she reached out to an online forum and has made a connection with another musician known only as Folx. It's seven months later and both of them have developed feelings for one another. Then Lacy gets thrown a lifeline - the opportunity to tour with a new sought-after band, and she is immediately entranced by Eli, the banjo player. Lead singer Jax has also caught her eye, but it's Eli she is continually drawn to.

As Lacy grows closer to Eli, she is consumed with guilt over Folx. Although they have arranged to meet up (to attend her sister's wedding) she isn't in a relationship with him so is it really cheating? I thought it was an interesting and intriguing concept and both mains battled to make sense of their feelings.

Fate has intervened and it seems like our two are destined for one another, until Lacy comes to a rather rash conclusion which has her chasing the wrong man. It was at this point that I started getting very frustrated because the truth was obviously right under her nose but she was a bit dense to not even consider the possibility that she might be mistaken.

Eli is amazing, so sweet and considerate and caring. Lacy treats him pretty poorly at times and I wanted to throttle her. However, she clearly isn't in the right frame of mind, suffering in the aftermath of what happened with her fiancé. So, I made allowances.

I love rocker romances and I enjoyed the world created in Love Struck.
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This was the first book I’ve read by Laurelin McGee and I really enjoyed it. I love a book with romance and humour and this had just the right amount of both.

Lacy Dawson is a young singer-songwriter with a case of writer’s block which isn’t good as she has a recording contract and studio time to fill. The cause of her writer’s block seems clear at first, a tragic personal loss but when Lacy delves deep, she discovers a truth that’s hard for her to comprehend.

Lacy’s only comfort during her crisis is an online support group called Song Writers Anonymous(SoWriAn). No names or personal details are shared and there’s no pressure for her to be anything other than herself. She talks to one member regularly, Folx.

When she gets a gig touring with a popular band, she finds herself feeling attracted to one of the members in particular and once their relationship gets physical, she starts feeling guilty, like she’s cheating on Folx and their upcoming date on Christmas Eve. Soon it becomes clear that Folx is one of the band members she’s touring with and that’s when Lacy decides to take control and go after the man she wants.

Eli is a musician and a songwriter in a band. He gets frustrated at times when the lead singer changes his songs to add his own unique feel to them. The only person who seems to understand how he feels about his songs and life in general is LoveCoda who he chats to on SoWriAn. He has a deep connection with her and when they arrange to meet in person in a few months time, he can’t wait to get his tour over with so he can finally see the woman of his dreams.
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