Author: Laurelin Paige

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Jul 03
{Review+Giveaway} Miss Match by Laurelin McGee @laurelinpaige @StMartinsPress

{Review+Giveaway} Miss Match by Laurelin McGee @laurelinpaige @StMartinsPress

Oh, how I love a good match maker story! And Miss Match is a great one. I loved the back and forth head butting/banter between Andrea and Blake. Miss Match is told in dual narrative between Blake and Andrea. Sometimes it was hard to decide whose point of view it was, but I always caught on pretty quickly. Miss Match is a perfect summer read- funny, light and of course, a great romance. Andrea is strong willed and very intuitive and perceptive. I really like people with those qualities, and Andrea is no exception. Or maybe I should call her Drea like Blake seemed hell bent on doing at first. (I thought that was super cute.) And along with the inevitable (oh come on, you so knew it was going to happen!) romance between her and Blake, we also get a really great sibling relationship with her and Lacey. I loved watching the siblings go at it back and forth. She reminded me of me and my sister sometimes. If… Read more »

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Jul 10
{Teaser+Giveaway} Hudson by Laurelin Paige

{Teaser+Giveaway} Hudson by Laurelin Paige

    Teaser The betrayal is really hers, but I don’t want to hurt her. I want to pull her into me, into my very soul, so that she can see how I feel about her, see how this rips me up. Tie her to me so completely that she can’t ever be out of my control. This was why I sent David away in the first place. This is why I hold onto her as tightly as I do. This is why I doubt her when she says she means forever. If she can wound me like this, then how easily will she leave me when it’s warranted?   It’s a fragment of my greatest fear realized—she loves me, but she doesn’t love me enough. ******** There are all sorts of fun contests and parties going on for the release of Hudson. Be sure to check them out Release Day Facebook Party: https://www.facebook.com/events/337689103022775/ Release Week Tie Contest: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1439743959630839&set=gm.342351069223245&type=1&theater     To enter, fill out the rafflecopter below Note: This giveaway is NOT… Read more »

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Jun 25
{Review+Giveaway} Star Struck by Laurelin Paige

{Review+Giveaway} Star Struck by Laurelin Paige

Star Struck is the second book in the Lights, Camera Series. The first book, Take Two was about Movie star Micah Preston. This book is about his co-star from the movie they were filming the in the first book, Heather. I was really happy that this was Heather’s story, because other than knowing she was a big time movie actress that had a tendency towards being stuck up, we really didn’t get to know her at all. In Star Struck we really got to break past all of her walls and defenses and we got to know her really well. That is my favorite kind of character development lately. When you can actively see the growth; slow and constant. Laurelin Paige did an excellent job telling Heather and Seth’s story. Heather is complicated. She certainly has a diva flair to her, but it is not for the reasons that you might be thinking. She doesn’t only think that she is too good for other people. She fears fans, and anyone… Read more »

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May 29
{Review+Giveaway} Take Two by Laurelin Paige

{Review+Giveaway} Take Two by Laurelin Paige

Take Two is the story of Micah and Maddie. They randomly meet at a party when Maddie is graduating from film school and what a chance meeting it was! Let’s just say they get friendlier than I have ever gotten with someone I have just met. But then Maddie needs to take care of her drunk friend, Bree and they each go their separate ways. Fast forward 7 years and Micah is a big time movie hearttrob and Maddie is still trying to make it big as a director. I like the premise of the book, I loved Maddie and Micah (most of the time for Micah) and I can’t even tell you how much I loved the chemistry and passion between the two of them. The cover is not my favorite but I do really like the bar with the lettering of the title. It goes well with the acting theme of the book. Take Two is very character driven, which is what I prefer. Maddie is a great… Read more »

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