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Posted September 15, 2012
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In a sea of re-used and overused romance novel themes, it was so refreshing to read a novel that is as current as it gets. Reality TV, especially a dance show - and then throw in the possibility of a curse? Perfect set up for a romance novel in these times. I could do without backstabbing and vindictive people, but I get that it adds to the drama that is reality TV, and subsequently this book as well. I loved the matching damaged set of Meagan and Sam, and how their pasts and current situation builds up the tension and threatens their relationship. More light and campy than truly a romantic suspense, but a great quick read. Looking forward to seeing what comes out of this set next! 3.5/5 stars
Posted September 8, 2012
Watch Me has a lot love scenes. I skimmed over them. I really like the plot of the story and the characters.
The main plot is the making a reality show of dancers and after the dancers are down to certain amount all live together and live dancing competion with someone being voted off the show. But the show is cursed or is it.
Meagan Tippan had dreamed up the show but things keep going wrong. Broken pipes,fire,tornado,fights and back stabbing.
Samuel kellar is security that the studio has in charge of making sure everyone is safe. He is ex-military and is in charge of making things safe. He did not want to leave military but had to because of injury.
Meagan had to give up danceing because of a injury. She still loves it and feels making a show around it is now her dream. Meagan because of her youth is very controlling she has had to fight for a lot of her freedom and does not like to give up controll.
She has an assistant that she has to work with who is going behind her back and hurting the show. Her Uncle is high up at the studio. Kiki has a past history of making the show get cancelled.
Meagan and Samuel fight thier attraction but does not last too long. Meagan after is always trying to push Samuel away. Which I got tired of.
I was given this ebook to read in exchange of honest review from Netgalley.
09/03/2012 PUB. Harlequin imprint Harlequin Blaze 224 pages
Posted August 28, 2012
Meagan Tippan is a producer that is trying to make twelve young dancers
dreams come true with a reality TV show. But there are rumors of a
curse when sets are sabotaged and their living quarters end up flooded.
If Meagan can’t turn things around and quickly the dancers’ dreams
aren’t the only dreams that won’t be coming true but Meagan’s dream of
the TV show being a hit won’t happen either. Sam Kellar is a former
Special Forces and now head of security. While it is his job to make
sure the security for the show and dancers are covered he is also
proving to be a pain in Meagan’s butt. As Sam and Meagan work together
on the show the tensions between them continue to heat up and it is soon
becoming clear that their only choices is to either get everything out
between them so that they can take it all off. Meagan knows Sam is hot
but he is also an alpha male that she has a tendency to steer clear of
but for some reason when it comes to Sam she is more inclined to head
his way rather than away from him. Sam enjoys the challenge Meagan
presents him as she keeps him on his toes but he knows another way for
them to work out what is between them; he just has to convince Meagan to
see things his way. This story is a fun take on the reality TV craze.
The characters are interesting and will draw readers into the story and
keep them hooked. And with this being a Harlequin readers are
guaranteed an HEA. The story also gives the readers a small peek into
the behind the scenes of what can happen on a reality TV show. This one
will have readers eagerly awaiting the next book in the Step Up books.
Posted October 24, 2012
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