Back Stage

Back Stage

by T Gephart

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BN ID: 2940046561579
Publisher: T Gephart
Publication date: 06/08/2015
Series: Power Station , #3
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 178,983
File size: 2 MB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

T Gephart is a USA Today and International bestselling author from Melbourne, Australia. With an approach to life that is somewhat unconventional, she prefers to fly by the seat of her pants rather than adhere to some rigid roadmap. Her lack of "plan" has resulted in a rather interesting and eclectic resume, which reads more like the fiction she writes than an actual employment history. She'd tell you all about it, but the statute of limitations hasn't expired yet. But all those crazy twists and turns have led her to a career she loves—writing romantic comedy. When she isn't filling pages with sassy and sexy characters with attitude, she's living her own reality show in the 'burbs of Melbourne with her American husband, two teenage children, and her fur child—Woodley. She loves adventure, to laugh, travel, and strives to live her life to the fullest.

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Back Stage 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved it!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this series. Jace and angie were awesome...probably my favorite so far...im going back to the beginning with lexi and alex where i should have started...cant wait
taisheena More than 1 year ago
I am loving the writing style of T Gephart. I enjoy very much the descriptions of her people and places. It helps bring the story to life.  This installment is about Jason the keyboardist for Power House. He lives his life with a no commitment creed. Love ‘em and Leave ‘em. Angie is lead singer of black addiction and she has a grudge against Jason. Power House needs Black Addiction to open for them.  What happens when they go on the road together? It kept me reading.  I was gifted this book in exchange for an honest review. 
marincheto007 More than 1 year ago
If you are checking my reviews often, you probably already know that I love the Power Station series by T. Gephart. Both Dan and Ash's and Troy and Megs' stories were pretty great so for me reading Jason's story was simply a must :) And let me tell you, I was definitely not disappointed. The vibe of this books is a little bit more series than the previous two in the series. It is still intriguing and entertaining but at least for me, it was obvious from the beginning that the relationship between Jason and Angie won't be as easy as those Dan and Troy have (even with all the problems they both experienced together). But at least for me, that made the story that much more interesting. Jason is quite an interesting character. I was definitely anxious to learn a little bit more about him as he was always the quite one in the previous books, most of the time sitting in the background and just observing what is happening around him. If I quote from the book, Jason is pretty much a "w*ore with a conscience", he needs control in pretty much everything he does but at the same time very few people really know the person behind the good boy mask he presents to the world. From the first page of the book, it was obvious that he was hurt and betrayed in the past but I was definitely surprised by the extent of the hurt and blame he carries within him. These are the feelings that lead his life together with a big amount of guilt. It is quite close to impossible for someone to reach in his heart and show him that he deserves more, he deserves to love and to be loved. The person who finally manages to break his walls is one Angie Morelli. Her first try ends in tears and heartbreak for her but ten years later she gets another chance to save him from the crash course he is determined to follow. Putting everything she has into a relationship she is not sure she can survive, Angie hopes that this time around it will be different and the only man she ever loved is not going to break her heart again. Unfortunately, Jason's past, his heartbreak and betrayal prove to be quite difficult to conquer and nearly destroy her in the end. I have to say that these few chapters in which Jason's story is told were so emotional and heartbreaking that they brought tears to my eyes. Simply nobody deserves to live through what he had to go through. Thankfully with some help from friends and band mates the Jason and Angie manage to find their HEA. And they definitely deserved it :) They are just perfect for each other :) To summarize in the end, I loved this story :) There is a little bit more heartbreak than in the first two books in the series but this is still an amazing read. The story is quite interesting and entertaining. I loved getting to know Jason and Angie and also revisiting with the rest of the Power Station crew :) It was also cool meeting Angie's band mates from Black Addiction :) I am actually quite hoping that T. Gephart will consider writing also their stories :) I am just a sucker for rockstars :) As for now, I am diving directly into Lexi and Alex's story told in the Lexi Series :)  This review was originally posted at Living In Our Own Story Book Blog. I received an ARC of the book in exchange of an honest review.
dons70 More than 1 year ago
BACK STAGE (POWER STATON #3) T. GEPHART  T.Gephart keeps giving and giving in this series I am so in love with the characters in this series. The way T. Gephart writes their stories she has me chuckling from the start. She also brings the right amount of heartache and drama into the stories to balance out the lovey dovey stuff. I love the Power Station series of T. Gephart and will be reading more of her books I can’t recommend them strongly enough.    Jason is the keyboard player for Power Station had a night with Angie and after breaks her heart and her self-worth. Jason feeling her was not worthy to have a relationship was the reason he walked away from Angie.  The Power Station opening band was released from their contract and Angie’s band Black Addiction is taken on as their opening band. Angie is still in love with Jason even if she won’t admit it to herself.  They pick things up where they left off 10 years before but all the unresolved issues come crashing down on their heads and leaves them both devastated. Troy steps in and makes them talk to each other and gets the story of Jason’s own heartache and betrayal and they are able to move on from there. I revived this ARC for and honest review and honestly this is an amazing series and I would recommend them to anyone.  
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Another great book in this series! I loved the tension and chemistry between Jace and Angie. I hope Randy will get his story. He was awesome!
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LilyW More than 1 year ago
¿¿¿¿¿ What a way to end the series... I'm not going to say that T saved the best band member until last, because let's face it everyone who knows me knows I am all about Troy Harris ;), but Jase is a close second and she sure as hell ended this series with a BANG! After reading all of the Lexi and Power Station books I never expected Jason to be like he is, I'm struggling to find the words to describe him because he is just so uniquely Jase... He's protective, loyal and like the other members of the band he has charisma in spades, but as you can imagine all isn't as it seems. Angie is quite possibly one of the most badass chicks out there, her attitude only second to Lexi's early days LOL, that is one of the things that I'm drawn to with T's books... Her characters, male and female, are all badass. The guys have the perfect alpha balance, not being too domineering while having all those alpha male traits we love, and the females are all fiercely strong and independent!  Jase and Angie's tale just reinforces that there are two sides to every story and I loved discovering every little detail about these two! Their story will rip you in two and stamp on your heart for good measure, so be prepared for the emotional roller-coaster that you're signing yourself up for ;).  Back Stage was the perfect way to say goodbye to the Power Station gang and no matter how sad I am that it's the end, it is overshadowed by my happiness that these books exist and I can go back for a re read whenever I want! Thank you for these amazing characters T, I am so beyond grateful that they found their way into my life :)