Collaboration (Backlash)

Collaboration (Backlash)

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This is not your typical rock star romance. For one, the "rock star" is a rapper. And not just any rapper. Trace is the hottest ticket in the music industry right now, regardless of which definition of 'hot' you choose.

Taryn Starr is not the girl-next-door who unknowingly meets a celebrity. Known as "America's Sweetheart," the reigning country music princess and world-renowned superstar knows exactly who Trace is...or does she?

Their worlds collide when the musicians whose paths were never destined to cross are forced by their joint record label to collaborate on a song. The sparks fly and ignite a fire that blazes hotter with every minute they spend together--for better or worse. One thing's for certain, the two media magnets can't deny their explosive chemistry, but will life in the spotlight ultimately bring Trace and Taryn together or force them apart?

***This contemporary romance new adult novel is for mature audiences. The language alone would make a sailor blush (the guy's a rapper, remember?) so 18+ only, please.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940148206590
Publisher: Michelle Lynn/Nevaeh Lee
Publication date: 01/25/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 518,573
File size: 370 KB

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Collaboration (Backlash) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
Katiewantsmore More than 1 year ago
ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL!!! A wonderful story about two people seeming to come from two different worlds, beating the odds. They quickly learn to believe in each other and not the world around them. One of my personal favorites. Best book so far by Michelle Lynn. Also check out You Tube. There is a Collaboration trailer by Michelle Lynn. After reading the story and then seeing their love put to song it brought me to tears.
MBurton More than 1 year ago
This was very well written. I think it was a unique storyline pairing up a rapper and a country singer. However, I do struggle with groupies and paparazzi and don't really like them in my books. This played a big part into why this wasn't a higher rated book. Trace was not an easy character to like in the beginning. He kept saying he was not what everyone thought but it took a bit of time in the story to truly see that. Taryn's mom was hell bent on keeping Taryn's reputation as the country industries sweetheart and for the most part she really was. She was down to earth, thanks to her father and just a kind person. Trace and Taryn just seem to be from two different world's. She wasn't out partying it up like him or brawling and going to jail like him or even getting mixed up with groupies like Trace did. As much as they weren't alike, you do find that they had a lot in common and the more the story progressed the more their worlds came together. Once Trace focused on Taryn and less on his image, I actually really liked him. I liked them both together. The last portion of the book really made this book worth the read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Real life
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A must read
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What an awesome story. I wasn't expecting to love the story as much as I did.
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Loved this book.
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shannybaby1 More than 1 year ago
I loved how this story unfolded! Trace was a rapper and Taryn is the all american country girl! Both thrown together to create music together, in more ways then one! They start off building a friendship that turns into so much more. Can they overcome their different backgrounds? Can they trust one another? What happens when it starts to fall apart? I loved everything about this book. The only complaint was a few editing things but it didn't take away from the story!
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I really enjoyed this story about 2 people in the music industry who come from two different music genres and realizing that maybe the aren't as different as everyone including themselves thinks that they are. i love the fact that they got to know each before they jumped straight into bed.  and that they learn to believe in each other and believe each other and not what the media spews out .  great story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this book and the characters in it.