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- Language: English
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- Average Customer Review: 91 customer reviews
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Stardust (Peaches Monroe, Book 1) Kindle Edition
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For those of us with wits, we are not surprised when this does not go well - though the manner in which it doesn't was certainly a twist - though an understandable one, given the ridiculousness of the dialogue and actions of the couple.
What especially annoyed me was that the real action of the plot and story could be summed up by her meeting the man, in the first chapter or two, and then it all going wrong (many chapters later, near the end) and then the later romantic interest shortly after. The entirety of the middle section of the book could likely be cut, or summarised significantly.
To top it off, this insufferably insecure woman who - by all accounts - has never been someone to throw herself at men or have too much interest from them, then throws herself into the arms of a new one!
By all means read this story if you like things such as breasts being called peaches and romance being described in the nauseating tone of a mother desperately lonely with too much imagination for the naming of body parts, but don't expect any realism to your tale and don't expect any of the characters to have grown by the end of the book, where the story seems doomed to begin again in the next book. Do, however, expect many giggles at the sheer absurdity of the action.
She meets Dalton by accident, and there follows an almost too-good-to-be-true romance. Peaches handles every bump, wobble and set back with good grace, right up until the cliffhanger ending (this is book one of three).
I loved it and immediately one-clicked the next in the series
Reading through Peaches - the lead - is a plus-size lady happy with herself and accidentally meets a TV star - romance ensues.
As a plus-size person I really liked Peaches and understood a lot of what she was thinking and feeling.
I enjoyed the story enough to get (via Kindle Unlimited) Books 2 and 3.
I've reviewed Book 2 separately and at this time I'm reading Book 3.
I'm sorry to say that so far Book 1 has been the best, and I can only hope that there's a good HEA.
Peaches runs a bookstore, and is standing on a stool in her bridesmaid dress, when a handsome hunk races through the door, not looking where he is going and knocks her off the stool into his arms. He quickly ingratiates himself in her life, inviting himself there and then to accompany her to her cousin's wedding, which she is just about to attend.
The captivation starts from there, and their adventures detailed by their kooky conversations kept me glued to this book. Peaches considers herself a big girl, and lacks the confidence to truly understand why this handsome god, who also stars as a very famous vampire in a highly popular TV series, would look at her twice, let alone adorn her with the romantic words he is constantly feeding her.
Just as things are moving forward, in big, positive leaps for Peaches, it ends in a cliffy....*gulp*
I look forward to seeing where Mimi takes us next.
Peaches is a small town bookstore manager who lives with her cousin and has a dependency on cupcakes that she's trying to quit. One day a handsome stranger literally knocks her off her feet and starts an amazing romance. Turns out the handsome stranger is a TV star in a vampire series. Peaches and her celeb get up to some fairly outlandish romantic adventures.
This is your normal romance, the love scenes are simply brilliant. The ending is horrifying, I hate cliffhangers but in this case it has simply intrigued me more. Looking forward to reading the rest of the series.
They go to a wedding where no one seems to have twitter or Facebook accounts or even a I-phone. And this is where the story starts to stretch a little bit.
I like the way Peaches controls the situation and for the most part calls the shots. The sex scenes are well written and I laughed my arse off at her sudden panic trip to the bathroom - you will understand when you read the book.
I really liked the twist at the end - nicely written.
This was free read and I will read part two just to see how we are going.
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