Model Position

Model Position

by Kitsy Clare

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BN ID: 2940148137207
Publisher: Inkspell Publishing LLC
Publication date: 02/17/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 491 KB

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Model Position 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Amy_Hubbard77 More than 1 year ago
What a fantastic, quick, very descriptive read. Really liked how the author described the different styles of painting. Sienna meets the male model for her art class and has an instant attraction to him but there is a guy is her class who doesn't think the model is good enough for her. Read the story and find out if the model is more than meets the eye!!! Loved it!
Amanda_Kaye More than 1 year ago
I love books that give us more insight into the world of art and performance. Maybe it is because I am an artist and crafty so books like this are interesting to me. The problem is that Sienna is going to be jumping into a far more cutthroat scene than I ever will so we get to live through her. The problem is that love goes with her art and she is stuck with feels for both Dave and Erik who are both different from each other. But the fire that she has with Erik is amazing while Dave could help her career soar to new heights. Does she go with her heart or with her mind and her art? Safety and security or will she jump off the cliff? I am very happy to see that there is a second book in this series cause I can't wait for more!!
wheeldav More than 1 year ago
Since my only complaint is that this needs to be a full novel or series...I can't help but give this the 5 stars it deserves!  I enjoyed the story.  While it was only a novella, it also contained a complete short story.  It spoke more to me in 80+ pages than some books do in 300.  I liked both Erik and Sienna - especially together as a couple.  I specifically liked his secret (who am I kidding, I would also love to see him model that suede loincloth!).  I didn't like the typical artsy, rich snobbiness of the Hightowers...just as I was supposed to feel, I'm sure.  This was really a fun read. ARC provided in exchange for honest review.
MarkedByBooks More than 1 year ago
Detailed. That is the one word I am using to describe this book. It's very, very detailed. You know when you read something and it's so very detailed, so very accurate and vivid in it's descriptions that you feel as though YOU are the person in the story? Well, that is precisely how I felt when I read this. I'm not going to lie to you all: I know NOTHING about art. NOTHING. I barely know the difference between oil and pastel paints. Or if pastels are even paint!!! But what I thoroughly enjoyed about this book is that through its description, the author teaches. She uses her knowledge of paints and art and canvas and TEACHES her audience about the world of paint, canvas, and show casing. It's impressive. Another highlight about Model Position is its originality. Sure, all books have something original about them, but this book is... fresh. There is no other way I can put it. The protagonist, Sienna, is an art school student with talent. She finds herself dating a member of New York's most famous art families: Dave Hightower. Eventually, she realizes she is not all that interested in him, but he, as the nephew of the woman who runs the most famous art museum in Chelsea, New York, offers her an opening into the art world as a thriving artist. In most books, again, most, not all, the entirety of the book would have been dedicated to the protagonist playing the famous Hightower boy, and him finding out and ruining her whole art career. In Kitsy Clare's book, however, that's not what happens. I am not revealing too much without giving away the whole story, but there is something thoroughly refreshing in reading a book that does not follow the normal pattern of repetition. In all stories, the girl/guy messes up and then the whole plot revolves around the problem and it's solution when eventually the guy gets the girl. True, this does happen in this book, but not the way one expects. I didn't even expect it and I resigned myself into believing it would! But like all good books, there was ONE little detail I didn't particularly like. There was no action. There was plenty of drama, plenty of hilarity, plenty of whatever makes a short story good. But NO action. Honestly, I love the story, but I feel it would have been more intense with a bit more physical action. Not in the romantic kind (there was CERTAINLY enough of that!) but in the more dramatic, fighting sense of the word. Does that make sense? I hope so. All in all, it was a highly entreating read!! I loved it, flaws and all, and would highly recommend it. Gabby
surroundedbybooks More than 1 year ago
In Kitsy Clare's Model Position, a little chaos can hit the right spot in Sienna's overly organized life. Sienna, a graduate art student, lives for order and art, but she's not afraid to get a little messy for the right guy. Erik, a mysterious model, works hard in the positions of his life. I loved Sienna and Erik smokin' chemistry and how there is more to both of them than meets the eye. The secondary characters come to life as much as Sienna and Erik do. Clare shows the glitz, glamour, and possible heartbreak of being an artist in New York City in this fast-paced novella. Model Position by Kitsy Clare pops like sunshine yellow and ignites like fiery red and is overall a colorful romantic read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this book a lot because it had characters that were real and fun, the plot had some great twists, and the ending was totally unpredictable and surprising. But most of all, let's face it, it was a sexy turn-on!!