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Strike: Dax (Rockstar Series Book 2) by [Leigh, Heather C.]
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About the Author

Heather C. Leigh is the author of the Amazon best selling Famous series. She likes to write about the 'dark' side of fame. The part that the public doesn't get to see, how difficult it is to live in a fishbowl and how that affects relationships. Heather was born and raised in New England and currently live outside Atlanta, GA. She loves the Red Sox, the Patriots, and anything made of chocolate (but not white chocolate, that doesn't count).

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1956 KB
  • Print Length: 353 pages
  • Publisher: Shelbyville; 1 edition (7 Jun. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00XFH0SOI
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #152,845 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This author just about hit the nail on the head with this book – she pitched the perfect shot, got the characters bang to rights and left me on the right side of giddy – great work!
While the first book in the series was Adam’s story, we were of course originally introduced to Dax too.
This time Dax is up and honestly if I tried to explain all the little foibles that he has that make him such a great leading man you would be settling in for the night – he is far from straight forward.
He is a glorious specimen of a man but he is far from perfect in fact he would drive a saint to drink – he is pig headed and obstinate, I mean he really takes the biscuit for digging his heals in. But then again he has spent much of his life living a life he didn’t want.
From a young age he has lived the life his father desired, the path that he set forward for Dax and one on which Dax was a mere passenger but one on which his father could relish. He never looked to be what his father had determined but it took time an determination for him to eventually find a way to be the man that he wanted to be and I have to say that one thing that Dax definitely has going for him is determination – he is so damn stubborn!
Dax and women have a one way relationship – his way! He is alpha to his core and he revels in his control. But when he meets Kate the woman that has lusted after him for so long but of whom he has been unaware, he is rocked by the fact that she refuses to accept his demands, she will not allow Dax or any other man to dictate her or any aspect of her life to her and I have to say that I loved the dynamic of the two of them together.
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4.5 Stars

Strike is book #2 in the Sphere of Irony Series I was gifted a copy of the book to read for Gemma Reads Too Much.

Well hmmm…. What to say about Strike???

Probably the first thought that comes to mind now I’ve finished the book is that I’m pretty sure I’m emotionally scarred!!!

I have never felt so tense or so wound up over a couple in a book the way I have about Dax and Kate!!!

What the hell was wrong with this couple, they are so obviously meant to be together. Yet they stubbornly let years roll by before they pulled their heads out of their bums!!!

God I’m stressed!!! I was physically willing them to bump into each other or just pick up the phone. Talk about invested I was all in for this emotionally stunted couple.

My whole body is physically tense, this is ridiculous but hell its 2.34am and I couldn’t go to sleep till I knew they got a happy ending!!!

Dax and Kate are idiots!!! But idiots that were also each other’s soul mates. This book doesn’t just take the long way to love it takes a five year detour via Timbuktu!!!

I kind of loved and hated this book and I can guarantee that I’m going to have a book hangover in the morning!!!

You will love this book, but you will get so drawn into this story and this couple that it truly is an emotional rollercoaster. It’s worth it so strap yourself in and hold on tight it’s a hell of a ride!!!

This book easily gets 4.5 frustrating as hell stars from me
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x8c47ebe8) out of 5 stars 44 reviews
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HASH(0x8c2af594) out of 5 stars I found a new author/series to love! 9 Jun. 2015
By diducky - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Dax grew up in the poorest part of London to a family that is all about winning using brawn rather than brains. Growing up with you is a beautiful, sweet and smart girl who grows up into a charming, professional woman with a talent for footy. Fighter to rock star is a huge leap but gaining back the love of his life will be the greatest struggle of all.

Dax and Kate crawled into my heart from the start. Dax’s dad is the head of the household with a rigid set of rules and a family business that all sons are expected to participate and excel in. You could feel Dax’s frustration simmering as he worked on his exit plan. His relationship with his dad, with his whole family, is not simple but it grows along with him as he realizes he has to live this life for himself.

Kate had loved Dax from afar for years and seeing them grow closer, and go through so much, was a ride of emotion that had me glued to the pages. I’m not a big fan of “first person” stories but this author is beginning to convert me. Told from alternating points of view I felt that Dax and Kate came to life and really brought me into their journey. And what a trip – from the highs to the lows, they were not immune to the violence and corruption that exists. A great read that has me eagerly looking for other books by this author – including the first in this series!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8c2af5e8) out of 5 stars Proud to be Dax and Kate's number one fan. a well balanced story. 8 Jun. 2015
By Trudy Dowling - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Noooooooooo!!!!! Why did it have to end????? Dax and Kate made me giddy at the end of the story. I didn't want the feeling to end. Getting to the wonderful end was not an easy one. Dax and Kate's relationship started in school about the same time Adam and Ellie's relationship began. Dax's life wasn't easy. All he wanted was to get out Hackney and Kate. He screwed up with Kate, but he and the Band got out of England. Dax may have thought life would get better when he got back with Kate a few years later, but Lila (her roommate) got in the way. OMG! I hate that Lila! Horrible, spoilt, able to get away with it because of her dad, I wished terrible things upon her. A voodoo doll would have been too nice for her. I cried when Dax walked away from Kate. He couldn't protect her. He didn't want to ruin her. For once, he didn't think of himself. Yet, he made them both miserable. Kate was his other half. She made him want to be a better person. She made him a better person. That person put an end to Lila and her interference. He knew what he had to do. He wouldn't blow it with Kate again. Two halves make a beautiful whole. I am loving the band. Count me in as a groupie. I am their number one fan who can't wait for the next book.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8d32d294) out of 5 stars Review: Sphere of Irony #2: Strike: Dax 17 Jun. 2015
By Lisa Hines - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Strike by Heather C. Leigh is the second book in her Sphere of Irony series. It CAN be read as a standalone, I'm proof, I did NOT read book one, Incite and had no problems with the storyline. I will most definitely be reading book one, however, as Heather C. Leigh is fast becoming an auto-read author for me.

This is the troubled story of Kate and Dax. We start in Hackney, London. Not the best neighborhood, poverty runs rampant and crime rates are high. Kate and Dax have been in school together since primary school but Kate despaired of ever having Dax notice her. The day comes, though, when he does finally notice Kate and he is left wondering how he never truly saw her before now.

These two characters come together and fall apart over the span of a few years throughout this story. Sometimes through no fault of their own, other times through misconception or misunderstanding. It's a tragic tale with a happy ending that will leave you wanting more from the guys of Sphere of Irony. It left me desperate for Adam's story (Book One) and I'm definitely going to keep up with this series.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8c2af870) out of 5 stars Wonderful Book 10 July 2015
By badassbookblogger - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Thanks to the author for a copy to read and review!

I loved it! It reminded me a bit of Dominic by L.A. Casey.... just a whole lot less cuss words and fighting. ;) So if you liked that book then your sure to love this one.
This story is about finding "The One" when your too young to appreciate her, and you mess it up. Dax struggles with fame and a ridiculous stalker when he realizes in order to keep going, that he will have to let Kate go. Kate was resilient and I found there love to be a touching story. The whole rock group is kind of messed up in the same way but this is a stand alone so we didn't really get a peak into anyone else's story. I loved the London vocabulary, and the story was easy to follow and a bit engrossing. I was never bored with it. I felt Kate made a strong female character for Dax but anyone sensitive to cheating may not like parts of this. So warning to those women. Five stars for a wonderful book! I wish I had got part one.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By Vida - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I thoroughly enjoyed this book from start to finish. From my very first meeting of Dax in book 1 I was intrigued by him. He was always described as a big guy who never let his emotions show, hence the reason that Kate started calling him Iceman. We find out in his book the reason for such a emotionless Dax and the wall he constantly kept erected. Kate who we also met in the first book is very relate-able in the aspect of young women not believing that their good enough and combined with the low self esteem leads to disastrous thoughts. I love that Dax finally showed his emotions and let Kate know that he wanted her because whenever these 2 entered a room the sparks flew off the pages. Over protective Dax is a thing of beauty and when it was time for a little payback against a vindictive ex-roommates of Kate's it was beautifully done. I am greatly becoming addicted to the men of Sphere of Irony and definitely can't wait to read the other members story.
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