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Dear Rockstar

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

I read a lot of new adult, and this book is one of the BEST new

I read a lot of new adult, and this book is one of the BEST new adult I've read in a long time! Take the celebrity-damaged girl thing to a whole new level. And Dale Diamond? He's my brand new book boyfriend! *swoon* I am totally in love with him! I want a Dale Diamond! ...
I read a lot of new adult, and this book is one of the BEST new adult I've read in a long time! Take the celebrity-damaged girl thing to a whole new level. And Dale Diamond? He's my brand new book boyfriend! *swoon* I am totally in love with him! I want a Dale Diamond! Perfect alpha male without being overbearing or stalker or violent for no reason. WANT! This will be on my re-read list forever and Emme Rollins is my favorite new author!

posted by JJRed on July 5, 2013

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1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Good read

Ok. This book was good. But I seriously got sick of Sara's obsession with Vincent! It became annoying really fast!

posted by 5408420 on July 18, 2013

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  • Posted July 10, 2013

    "Sometimes the best things in life are crazy" *ARC in

    "Sometimes the best things in life are crazy"

    *ARC in exchange for an honest review*

    Banana clips
    MTv
    Jordache Jeans
    Oh my!

    This book wasnt a thing like I expected it to be and I loved it!
    Sara is finishing up her remaining high school credits in hopes of getting the hell out of dodge and away from an ugly home environment. Her obsession with current rock god Tyler Vincent has her looking to a college close To where he lives in hopes of meeting him... like I said obsessive.

    you’re mine. I knew it the first time I saw you. I will always come for you Sara, always.

    Dale Diamond is the new gorgeous Tyler Vincent look alike has his visions set on two things... becoming a rock god and Sara. Dodging his own growing groupie fan base Sara and Dale struggle to merge their dreams without losing their growing relationship.

    "You aren't one of those salad eating girls...are you?" My mind went to Eddie Murphy Delirious ha!

    Great book

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  • Posted July 8, 2013

    A great read! This book is best suited for a someone that loves

    A great read!
    This book is best suited for a someone that loves rock-star bordering on stalker behavior. I loved that it was set in the 80's that alone helps you connect to the characters(for me anyway). If your not too much into music this book will not bore you with music stuff it really is all about the mystery of the new kid at school Dale and Sara the main character.

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  • Posted July 6, 2013

    I was given this book in exchange for an honest review. Sara is

    I was given this book in exchange for an honest review.

    Sara is girl that has created an elaborate fantasy life based on one day becoming part of rock star Tyler Vincent's life. Dale is the gorgeous new transfer to her school that opens her eyes to the real life experiences she is missing out on.

    I loved that this story is set in the 80's. The fashion and the music make a good back drop for rock and roll fantasy. Sara's home life is mess, but somehow she has managed to stay grounded with good friends who round out this story. Dale is a very alpha, hot rocker boy, who comes across as very believable and not cliché. At first I was apprehensive about this being set in some sort of a high school setting, but characters are all over 18 (each have various reason for attending an alternative school to complete their GED). I came of age during this decade and all the references took me back to my own good times.

    This is a good book for anyone into new adult and rocker boy reads.

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