Title: Seeing Stars (Celebrity, #1)
Author: J. Sterling
Published: March 13th 2014
Date Read: March 14th2014
Rating:: 3 stars
Walker Rhodes is a hot singing sensation who never settles down, spends too much money gambling and gets in trouble on the daily- at least if you believe all the tabloids.
Madison Myers is a hard working talent agent assistant thrust into the spotlight one day after Walker pulls her on stage during one of his concerts. She tries to stay away from him, but he keeps chasing her. She is strong in her resolve and he is relentless in his pursuit. The question is… WHY?!?!
Tabloid Headline Reads: Walker Rhodes pulls woman on stage during LA concert and serenades her with stars in his eyes and we watched as the sparks flew! But just who is this mystery woman who has stolen Walker’s heart? And will she be the one to finally tie down our favorite womanizing gambler?
Our readers poll:
80% say no way!
The other 20% wish they were her!
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After falling in love with her The Perfect Game series, J. Sterling has been on my radar. Seeing Stars is her latest novel and is the first book from her Celebrity series. This story is definitely for all the fan-girls out there. If only Adam Levine or Will Anderson could remember the summer we’ve spent together. Sigh.
Seeing Stars is a short, fast and simple read yet I enjoyed every cliché moment of it. It was a very unrealistic story yet as a fan-girl myself, I bought this story because I’m as cliché as that.
Walker Rhodes is the entire fan-girls dream comes true. He’s our typical famous musician. While Madison is another strong-willed character; she’s honest and goes with what she’s really thinking. She stood up to what she really believed in.
Seeing stars is more than the famous singer-meeting a normal girl. In here, we get the second chance on love trope. A second chance at love that happened when the characters are 14 and 15 – With them meeting again after a lot of years were exciting yet it was also filled with a bit of insta-love but despite that it’s cute and sweet.
The story doesn’t have much conflict plus I liked how the author didn’t drag the story long. It was a pretty direct story and the swooning was also pretty direct. The characters, Madison and Walker are so easy to like and are both dynamic. I’m excited on how this series will play out!