#Starstruck

#Starstruck

by Sariah Wilson

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ISBN-13: 9781503949362
Publisher: Amazon Publishing
Publication date: 01/16/2018
Series: A #Lovestruck Novel Series
Pages: 320
Sales rank: 196,436
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.10(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Bestselling author Sariah Wilson has never jumped out of an airplane or climbed Mount Everest, and she is not a former CIA operative. She has, however, been madly, passionately in love with her soul mate and is a fervent believer in happily ever afters—which is why she writes romances like The Royals of Monterra series. After growing up in Southern California as the oldest of nine (yes, nine) children, she graduated from Brigham Young University with a semiuseless degree in history. She currently lives with the aforementioned soul mate and their four children in Utah, along with three tiger barb fish, a cat named Tiger, and a recently departed hamster who is buried in the backyard (and has nothing at all to do with tigers). For more information, visit her website at www.SariahWilson.com.

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#Starstruck 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
MusicInPrint 10 months ago
EVERY GIRL'S DREAM - -The rock star notices and it becomes LOVE AT FIRST SITE. This is not the case for Maisy Harrison. Her Dad was a musician and was never there for her or her brothers. Therefore the rules of No Dating a Musician!! Sariah Wilson has a skill of developing a story and characters that become a part of the readers life. Action never let up from beginning to end. YESTERDAY is the name of her and her brothers' band. This seems to be the challenge of our characters to let yesterday go and look toward the future. Enter Ryan DeLuna a major Music Icon with eyes only for Maisy and her sarcastic ways. READ THIS ONE ALL YOU ROMANTICS!!! "A copy of this book was provided by Montlake Romance via Netgalley with no requirements for a review. Comments here are my honest opinion."
belllla More than 1 year ago
I loved this book. It was funny, dreamy intense, well-written story with great characters. It is a story that gives hope to all those girls who have a crush on a celebrity. Both Chase and Zoe are great characters you fell in love in both in an instant. Zoe is a funny introvert geeky college girl. Chase is hot Hollywood actress and faith really connect them so they start their unusual relationship until somehow their pictures end up in the paper and trust is broken. I loved how in the end Zoe grows up; she deepens her relationship with her mother and best friend. She stands up for herself in the foundation and finds a great job. And of course, she forgives the man she truly loves. I had fun reading this book and pages just flew by. Great job Sariah Wilson! I volunteered to review an ARC of this book for Netgelly
Phyllis_H More than 1 year ago
My review is 4.5 Stars #cantputthisbookdown Seriously, this book should come with a warning. I made the mistake of starting to read it in an hour I had before work. So do yourself a favor, make sure you have plenty of time to finish the book when you sit down to read. The style of writing is so compelling, it just draws you in and won’t let you go. The story is sweet, funny, steamy (yet clean), poignant. The way the story is told, with #tweetz and text messages interspersed was great. I loved the way Chase’s tweets uses plays on Zoe’s name. Zoe dealt with insecurity from multiple events in her past. She had trouble trusting those closest to her, so trying to trust Chase was a stretch for her. Chase had also been hurt by his past, and had his own personal demons. But he was #zozweet. I loved the way he had Zoe’s little brothers and sisters falling for his charm. I would not recommend this book for younger audiences. Zoe has a commitment to celibacy until marriage, but this book has some hot and heavy scenes, as I mentioned above, it is clean, but with quite a bit talk of sex and desire. Excerpt “My mom is home. You have to go. Right now.” While my mother had matured over the last eleven years since she’d married Duncan, I didn’t want her to meet Chase and get all fangirl and weird and talking about her own brush with fame. It was humiliating enough in school; the last thing I wanted was for him to find out. But he wasn’t budging. I pushed against him again, and it was like trying to move a brick wall. A hot, muscular, well-defined brick wall, but still. “I’m serious. You have to go.” “Are you embarrassed by me?” he asked in a voice that was both bewildered and amused. But at least he finally took a step back. I grabbed him by the wrist, dragging him into the living room. I grabbed his jacket off of the couch and started shoving him toward my mom’s bedroom in the very back of the house. “That’s not it. It’s…difficult to explain.” “Aren’t you a little old to be in trouble for having a boy over while you’re babysitting?” “You just need to leave.” I opened one of the windows and pulled out the screen, dropping it on the ground. I’d put it back later. I indicated that he should use the exit I’d just provided. “Do you seriously want me to climb out a window?” I heard the door from the garage to the kitchen open and then shut. My mom called out, “Zoe?” Frantic, I started pushing him, trying to force him out. He laughed quietly but did give in. “I’m going, I’m going. But you have a lot of explaining to do.” “Whatever,” I said. He sat down on the windowsill, hanging one leg over the ledge. His attention was drawn to the massive poster that hung over my mother’s bed. It hadn’t even occurred to me to try and block his view or take it down. “Is that your mom?” That stupid picture had made my life miserable for years. I would have kept it from him if I could. My mother called my name again. It sounded like she was coming down the hallway. I was about ready to throw all my weight against him. “Yes, it’s my mom. Now go!” Laughing, he swung both legs through the open window and jumped the three feet to the ground, landing easily. Then he made a dramatic, Shakespearean-type bow. “’Til next we meet, my lady.” This review was originally posted on AmongTheReads.net I am grateful to IAmAReader.com for giving me a copy of this book. The fact I received this book for free does not affect my opinion of the book or the content
Marlene976 More than 1 year ago
Cute story. Certainly a meet cute scenario.. The story seemed a little predicable at times and the reader knew when the conflict would arise and why.....
Lashea677 More than 1 year ago
Ms. Wilson makes the impossible seem plausible. She blurs the line between fantasy and reality, while running away with your heart. #Startruck is a romantic dream. It blends witty dialogue, unbelievable situations and spine-tingling attraction to create an almost perfect modern day fairytale. Zoe has her feet planted firmly on the ground until a spur of the moment act has all eyes on her. The man of her secret dreams is about to rock her world. Chase resides in a world that thrives on fantasy, but his reality is quickly getting old and his heart is ready to get back to the real world. Sariah Wilson puts her heart on full display with each story she creates and that is why she is a favorite of mine.
LadyGraymalkin More than 1 year ago
I adore this trope (famous person + not famous person) and I adore this author, so I have been dying for this book for a while now and it did not disappoint. Typical Sariah Wilson adorableness from start to finish. With bonus points for the awesome tweets that look like tweets formatting. Highly recommended comfy read.
Rhianona More than 1 year ago
For anyone who has had a crush on a celebrity or immersed themselves into fandom, #Starstruck by Sariah Wilson will feel familiar; Wilson has managed to illustrate just what it is like to have a crush and the unrealistic dreams a fan has about what will happen when he or she meets his or her crush. This is a fun trope and while Wilson makes it clear this is a fantasy, she also does a fantastic job of inhabiting the characters with depth. She strikes a nice balance between the fantasy of a celeb crush actually liking a fan back with the growing relationship between Zoe and Chase. For me, what makes this book standout is the characters. Zoe is not just a fangirl and neither is her best friend, Lexie, who is Chase Covington's self-proclaimed biggest fan. Chase is very clearly portrayed as everything a person hopes his or her celebrity crush would be like if met in person. Zoe's family is wacky but fun and Chase's PA and friend, One-F is great. Lexie's boyfriend, Gavin is patient and zen and seriously romantic. Wilson doesn't just focus on the relationship between Zoe and Chase and that is something worth reading. What keeps this from being a five star read for me is, perhaps, idiosyncratic to me. At times, it feels as if Wilson is preaching or lecturing the reader on certain topics - as if she has had these debates in her life and wants to get in the last word. I also thought that the "villain" of the piece (for lack of a better word) was very over the top. However, Wilson does an excellent job of the slow build romance and relationship between Chase & Zoe and when they face inevitable problems, it is not just solved with a magic wand. For a book in which the premise relies on fantasy, the relationships certainly feel realistic. NB: I received a review copy from NetGalley
Linda__ More than 1 year ago
LOVED this book - it's positively delicious!!! I wasn't sure what to expect as it sounded different from the author's other books, and, wow, this might be her best book so far - and I'm a fan of the author and have read most of her work. In this novel, Zoe and her best friend are long time dedicated Chase Covington fans and Zoe even follows him on twitter. When she posts a comment and he responds, they begin an elaborate dance communicating through twitter and texts. When they meet in real life, Zoe doesn't believe Chase could be interested in her, so she keeps him a secret from everyone in her life - even as they continue to communicate in a new age version of old fashioned courting through messages. It's interesting and entertaining to see how they communicate in this fashion and to read about how their relationship progresses. This is a delightful novel that made me smile and root for the characters - I especially enjoyed Zoe's back story. This is a grown up novel, but is suitable for readers from teen to grandma. I hope this is the beginning of a new series and I already can't wait to read what the author writes next. She is on my must read authors' list.