Freshman Lianne Challice is known to millions of fans as Princess Vindi. But sometimes a silver-screen sorceress just wants to hang up her wand, tell her manager to shove it, and become a normal college student. Too bad that's harder than it looks.
She's never lived a normal life. She hasn't been to school since kindergarten. And getting close to anyone is just too risky - the last boy she kissed sold the story to a British tabloid. But she can't resist trying to get close to Daniel "DJ" Trevi, the hot, broody guy who spins tunes for hockey games in the arena. Something's haunting his dark eyes, and she needs to know more.
DJ's genius is for expressing the mood of the crowd with a 10-second song snippet. With just a click and a fade, he can spread hope, pathos, or elation among 6,000 screaming fans. Too bad his college career is about to experience the same quick fade-out as one of his songs. He can't get close to Lianne, and he can't tell her why. And the fact that she seems to like him at all? Incredible.
©2015 Sarina Bowen (P)2016 Audible, Inc.
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"A Sweet College Drama"
This book was a winner for me, I thoroughly enjoyed it, the only thing I'm upset about is the fact that I haven't read the previous 4 books. However it's not necessary to read the previous books in the series, this can be enjoyed and read as a standalone. Written in dual POV the story follows two college freshmen, Lianne (who also happens to be a Hollywood actress), and Daniel (DJ) who both meet at a college get together. Lianne and DJ hit it off straight away, and things are looking good, but things are not quite as they seem. DJ is struggling with a false accusation that could be the end of his college life. Lianne is struggling with her fandom at college and her career choices. Both are in there own private hell, so when they find they have music in common they start spending time together. I loved the characters (a lot), the chemistry between Lianne and DJ was off the charts for me. A sweet college YA/NA light, easy and enjoyable read.
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