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Unplugged (Unplugged, #1) by [Ehrlich, Sigal]
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4.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews

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  • File Size: 3151 KB
  • Print Length: 274 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01N13Y4M7
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #178,376 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Great book of this genre, interesting main characters and just the right about of sexual heat. Enjoyed it, looking forward to 2nd part.
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Reviewed by Sharon Thérèse

Ms Ehrlich’s descriptive writing cannot be disputed. She’s set the story in an ambience which couldn’t have fitted the title better since to my way of thinking, Unplugged has two meaning. The musical side and the emotional one. Her two leading characters who come from completely different backgrounds do unplug their feelings; slow-burning feelings which opened up my curiosity. The build-up per se is steadily paced; however, I would have liked a little more angst.

Despite finding Tyler Lee Adams a tad standoffish, my opinion of him changed once I got to know him better. The spoilt Rockstar vibe I had was unfounded since he showed me he was on the ball and always concerned for the goings on in his household. Actually, I thought his problem was no-one really understood the true him. He’s backstory isn’t such a tragic one although it saddened me to discover how his career started and how he’d been treated by his peers. Understandably, he’d protected his son. How he did it was perhaps erroneous, but he’s dead on making up for lost time.

“Is there anything you don’t like about it?”

“When people think they know me. . . or own me.” “Or put me in a pigeon-hole. . .”

Motivated by past events, Ivi’s determination to carry out plans for the future are noble, exciting and a chance of a lifetime. Ah, but the card of life dealt out to her is unexpected. Now then, it certainly seemed to me she’d landed a cushy number working as an au pair for Tyler’s son, a single father. And I had no doubt she’d make it work seeing as she’s so easy to get on with and so willing. There’s a down-to-earth honest-to-goodness about her that drew me to her instantly.
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Ivi is a young woman from Estonia who volunteers her time worldwide helping those who need it but now has taken a nanny position in the U.S. trying to earn money so she can go to Nepal for her next mission work six months from now. Six months at a nanny position for a little boy who I think is the most adorable kid around. He’s ten but is well beyond his years in a wealth of knowledge. It probably helps that his mom is a renowned professor with one little secret she has been keeping from Jeremy…his dad is the world famous rock star, Tyler Lee. Now that Melena has to leave the country for work for six months and it is no place for Jeremy, he is going to be meeting his dad for the very first time.

Jeremy is scared and nervous with all of the changes but he and Ivi hit it off immediately. Ivi is very personable, funny and caring and has a love for children which is easy when she has a charge like Jeremy she easily falls for this little boy. Speaking of falling how do you not fall for one of the hottest rock stars in the world whose home you are now living in for the next six months?

One of the numerous bits of information that Jeremy shared one day was that the heart can actually break and I have to say that this author had a way of writing this story that you thought at times your heart was breaking. Ms. Ehrlich wrote about love, passion and taking chances. Will the bond that Ivi forms with Jeremy and Tyler Lee be enough to keep her from going to her mission work in Nepal or will Jeremy go back to his mothers and Tyler Lee will continue to be the elusive playboy rock star that won’t settle with just one woman? This is book one in a series and I cannot wait for the next book to come out.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A rock star romance with heart 12 Mar. 2017
By Cinnamom - Published on Amazon.com
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I'm a high volume reader, and have trouble keeping track of authors sometimes. Sadly, such was the case with Sigal Ehrlich, who I read when she was first starting and thought was an outstanding writer, but then failed to keep up with her publishing. I was happy that Amazon sent me a notice that she had released Unplugged, because it reminded me of her, and I REALLY enjoyed this book. It's a rock star romance, which can be really great or really cliched--this one is not standard fare, for a variety of reasons. The heroine is from a non-English-speaking country, and she's someone who has a heart for others and loves to volunteer. The hero is a rock star, sure, but one who is more settled, and definitely someone who understands the repercussions of fame. The novel really focuses on their relationship, and on both of them dancing around their attraction due to the not-ideal circumstances. No need to rehash plot here, but both of these characters are likable and feel real...they are thinking through their decisions and have good reasons for their concerns. I appreciate that because so often in romance, the reasons for the couple's issues are so contrived that a simple conversation could resolve everything. Not so with Unplugged. In fact, you'll come to appreciate the title of this novel once you've finished it, because their relationship really is more of the "unplugged" kind. It does end somewhat unresolved, though not in the kind of cliffhanger that makes you want to bang your head against something. Ehrlich gives us resolution in the moment, and leaves us wanting more, which she does plan to deliver.
5.0 out of 5 stars I survived and am ready for more 14 April 2017
By Tatia White - Published on Amazon.com
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How do I even begin? Usually I'm anxious and scared to read a book by one of my favorite authors. I'm scared because I have this irrational fear that this book can't be as good as the last, that it can't possibly replace it as my favorite. I don't have that fear when Sigal Ehrlich releases a new book. I know I'm going to love whatever it is.

Unplugged was no different. Ivi is away from home. She's in for a bit of a shock when she leaves Estonia to live in L.A. She knew she was going to be a nanny to a kid, but other than that, the specifics were kept mum. Tyler Lee frickin' Adams is her new boss. Only one of the hottest rockstars of today. Their first interaction was less than cordial. He told her to call a cab, as in he thought she was a one night stand. When she sets him straight he tries to get someone to get rid of her. Finally realizing that he's stuck with her, he's anything but happy about it.

The relationship that I fell in love with first wasn't Ivi and Tyler Lee's. It was between Ivi and his son, Jeremy. He's a wiz kid. He can learn and recite facts about the most random of subjects. Ivi let's him ramble and go on and loves every fact. I saw this as when Tyler Lee started noticing her. Seeing how good she is with his kid and realizing how she's just a good person in general, it was hard for him to not take notice. Once Ivi started to get to know the man behind the rockstar, she realized that he's just as normal as she is. The way he really tries with his son, and takes the time to really get to know him softens her heart towards him.

This book was everything. While the ending is a bit cliffhanger-ish, it's not one that will leave you mad. It's a good stopping point that gives us time to think about the story, how things progressed, even how they ended. I have hope in my heart that things will go as I want. We all love a good happily ever after. I definitely want that for Ivi and Tyler Lee. Sigal Ehrlich doesn't disappoint with this beautifully written story. The way it all progresses leaves you wanting to be reading every minute you can. This isn't to say I didn't feel some angst. There were times I felt like something big was coming. I even felt as though my heart couldn't take anymore. Nevertheless, I survived. My heart is still intact. I'm now anxiously waiting for part 2.
5.0 out of 5 stars 4.5 stars 17 Mar. 2017
By Hanne - Published on Amazon.com
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Ivi loves to volunteer and knows where she wants to volunteer next, but she needs money for her trip. She is the new nanny of the ten year old Jeremy, but she doesn’t know who his parents are. She was very shocked when she meets Jeremy’s dad, the famous rock star Tyler Lee Adams. She’s a fan of him and isn’t sure how to act at first. She quickly realizes that Tyler is also an ordinary man. Ivi and Tyler spend some time together and grow closer.

I adore Ivi and Tyler! Ivi is strong, kind, genuine, caring and passionate. She loves her family and hated to leave them to become Jeremy’s nanny. She does a great job with Jeremy and she will miss him when she leaves. The more she gets to know Tyler, the more she likes him. Tyler is a very talented and famous singer. He loves music and his son. He wants to see him happy and gives Jeremy room to get used to living with him. Ivi is different from any woman Tyler has ever met. He likes her and gets jealous easily.

I love Ivi and Tyler together. It’s a slow burn romance, because they both have their insecurities. It made sense to me that it didn’t happen fast. Unplugged is solely told from Ivi’s point of view, but there were still many moments that made it clear to me that Tyler was developing feelings for Ivi. Ivi’s thoughts were described perfectly and she was attracted to Tyler from the start.

I also adored Jeremy. He’s smart, kind and mature. He loves facts and loves telling them to everybody. I loved his bond with Ivi. Jeremy was a little scared to stay with Tyler, but Ivi comforts him. They become friends after the first day. Ivi makes Jeremy open up and makes him do more child stuff. Jeremy is so happy with Ivi as his nanny.

I really love this book. I love all the characters, the way each chapter starts, the music and the superb writing. Unplugged ends with a cliffhanger, but it’s not a big one. I can’t wait for the next part and read how Ivi and Tyler’s story continues.
5.0 out of 5 stars A beautifully written book 22 April 2017
By Kara's Books - Published on Amazon.com
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I had no intention of reading this book until the second one came out but found myself hooked just by the synopsis.
Ivi takes a temporary position as a nanny to the 10 year old son of music superstar Tyler Lee Adams. This is where any similarities in rock star/nanny books end. Ivi is perfection, loving, funny, sarcastically charming, her goal in life is to save the world one village at a time through the Youth with Purpose Organization, she takes this position as nanny for six months to help fund her trip to Nepal, never counting on falling in love, first with her charge Jeremy, the most adorable brainiac 10 yr old going on 30 you will ever meet, who due to lifestyle decisions by both parents will be meeting his dad for the first time with Ivi. Tyler Lee Adams, will melt your heart and panties and the chemistry between he and Ivi is felt in every scene they are together. But Tyler is a seasoned rock star and Ivi had dreams, so Tyler let's her go, but does declare he wants her to return when her mission is over. Ivi should be ecstatic, but Tyler's manager Eli gave Ivi some unsolicited advice about becoming involved with Tyler and with at least two women she knows of that he's been linked to or wants to be, will she let that keep her from taking a chance? I want this couple to work and can only guess as to how Ms Ehrlich will make it happen, but what I do know is the story will be beautifully written with engaging characters. Can't wait
5.0 out of 5 stars outstanding rock star love story 15 Mar. 2017
By Kindle Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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My first ever book by this author and I absolutely adored it!! The characters were all so sweet and funny and loving. I could not have loved the this rock star love story anymore then I do now. I can't wait for book 2.
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