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- Language: English
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- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #151,409 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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We Are the Stars Kindle Edition
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This author never disappoints with her work, and this one was no different. The story flows seamlessly, and I recommend this authors work for all romance readers.
The storyline is flawless and fluid. I was immersed in the story as if I was actually part of the book.
Elliott is such a strong, honest character you can not help but love her. Her family, Carsen, his friends.... all lovable and easy. Of course, a little twist here and there but a good lesson on life.
At the end of the day, everything happens for a reason.
The perfect ending left me feeling happy, positive and light.
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We Are the Stars is actually my first book by Teagan Hunter, but if her others are anything like this, it's definitely not my last.
In a small town where gossip is easily spread, Elliot doesn't focus on it like everyone else. She bases her opinions of people on fact. On who they are to her. And how they treat other people. She's spunky and kind, and she has a no BS attitude that I quite enjoyed.
Carson is defensive and closed off, with good reason. He is the talk of the town, even though they have no idea what is fact and fiction when it comes to who he really is. Elliot sees him, the real him, from the moment they first meet.
I loved Elliot and Carsen's connection from the start. Both refused to be honest with each other (and themselves) about the attraction to one another, but as with most young loves, they both cave. And when they do? It's incredible. I loved their banter. From beginning to end, I loved who they were with each other.
Secondary characters are always my favorite. When they add to the humor and to the overall storyline, you know you're reading a great book. I'd definitely love to know more about Fish (Elliot's brother) and Carsen's best friends, Nate and Blake. Oh, and I absolutely adored her parents. For real, I'm totally that kind of parent. I'm cool. I am, I swear.
With dual POV (my favorite kind of books), you get inside both the heroine's and hero's head. Even when they say something defensive or snarky to one another, you know that deep down, they both feel differently. I love that moment when both characters realize they're in love. When they realize that what they say and how they feel shouldn't be different. They should put it out there and let the world do what it does best; bring them together for an epic love story.
We Are the Stars is a beautiful story about first loves, testing friendships, and learning who you are and who you want to become.
Everyone...I'd like you to meet...Teagan Hunter!!
This is not the first book that I have read from Teagan, just the most recent, and definitely not the last. Her writing has this natural flow to it, that at times, I almost feel like I am watching a sitcom or a continued story instead of reading a book.
This novella sucked me right in, made me a part of it, and kept me reading(I’d like to say in one sitting, but the kids needed the iPad for school) until the book was completed that first day. I love the characters and enjoy the witty banter back and forth. I love books that allow the characters to speak and this book does that.
It has a great lesson to it as well…don’t be quick to believe the bad things you hear about good people. Everyone in town was talking badly about Carsen, but Elliot’s parents taught her not to listen to gossip and she quickly realized just how wrong and hurtful said gossip could be, when she befriends Carsen and quickly falls for his “dark side” so to speak. A "dark side full of a lot of hurt and pain, hidden behind a “Scowly" face.
You’ll love the characters and this novella, but you may be hurting at the end, because there needs to be more! More of Carsen and Elliot and more of the secondary characters, that are easy to love as well!
It features Jason, Elliott, and Carsen. Best friends since elementary school, Jason (Jase) and Elliott make an unlikely duo. Everyone says a guy and a girl can't be just friends. They set out to prove everyone wrong. Then enters Carsen.
Maybe there's something to that theory after all.
From the first Elliott and Carsen show the hints of a great spark! The energy flies between them when they realize they work in the same place. They constantly snip at each other.
Carsen is still reeling from a personal tragedy. He's always conscious of people staring at him and whispering. Elliott is determined to find out why he always seems closed off from the world. So add the best friend whose not happy being a best friend. Recipe for trouble.
This was a really funny, as in it made me laugh out loud, kind of funny book. Those dark emotions and moments were in that book to. It flowed so easy and smoothly I was through before I realized.
Waiting now too pick up where it left off in book 2. If there's one I will be patiently waiting!
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