Stolen By A Star

Stolen By A Star EVER WONDERED WHAT IT WOULD BE LIKE TO DATE A MOVIE STAR Dawn Bailey has the life she always wanted She worked with her father in a book shop which was her dream job because reading books was all she

  • Title: Stolen By A Star
  • Author: R.G. Winter
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 494
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • EVER WONDERED WHAT IT WOULD BE LIKE TO DATE A MOVIE STAR Dawn Bailey has the life she always wanted She worked with her father in a book shop, which was her dream job because reading books was all she ever liked to do during her childhood She was never into parties, movies or any other things kids did It was always about what to read next Life takes an unexpected EVER WONDERED WHAT IT WOULD BE LIKE TO DATE A MOVIE STAR Dawn Bailey has the life she always wanted She worked with her father in a book shop, which was her dream job because reading books was all she ever liked to do during her childhood She was never into parties, movies or any other things kids did It was always about what to read next Life takes an unexpected twist when a handsome young man strolls into their shop She feels an instant connection but is unaware of what the man does for a living and how well known he is because of it When Dawn starts dating this Thomas Blitzer, world renowned movie star, she soon realizes fame forces her to share her new boyfriend with the rest of the world.

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    1. What woman hasn’t secretly dreamt of finding her HEA even though she already had everything she’s wanted in her life; including that of a dream job? Allow yourself in step into Dawn Bailey’s shoes, who as a professed bookworm only has been interested in reading another book instead of enjoying yourself with friends in any sort of activity. What would you do if, suddenly, out of the blue, you find yourself mysteriously enthralled by a total stranger? As I read this book I sensed a sweet pas [...]

    2. Good concept with problemsI like the premise of this story but it's full of problems. A young woman works in a bookstore her father bought at his retirement. She lives inside books - no tv, movies or computer for her. Not even a cell phone that can do more than make calls. The first confusion is the writer referring the father as a Barrister. Several times. So, I figured it takes place in the UK. Nope. In the US where we have lawyers, no barristers . The dialogue is so stilted and formal that it [...]

    3. Ok, I'm going to say right up front--I have mild OCD, which causes me problems with poorly edited/written works, and well, this one had me totally peeved. The story (novella length at best, but slightly longer than a short story) could have been a fun read, but the author needs to take a few classes to learn more about their craft. The "feel" of the characters was off--the MC, who is supposed to be an adult about the age of 27 or so, acts and feels more like a high schooler. She also refers to h [...]

    4. Dawn and Thomas are a novel match made among the bookcasesDawn is a young adult who knows her father, a retired lawyer, had an epiphany several years ago. Her dad, Gerry, left the lawyer, bought a bookstore for them to work together, and has never looked back. Not until incognito actor Thomas wanders into her bookstore does Dawn begin to understand just how special these last few years have been, and just what the gift Gerry was looking to give her was.This sweet romance features some wonderful [...]

    5. Oh dear!From "her petite nostrils" (visualizing pinholes here) on page 1 to Jayne Eyre on page 2, I can go no further. I can tolerate some silliness in descriptions, but really: Jayne? Bless the author's heart, does she not know any better?

    6. Not Just a StarThank you for this heartwarming story about Dawn and Thomas. Although facing a sad time with Gerry's passing, Thomas proves to be a loving friend to Gerry and Dawn during his final days. I look forward to reading more of your work.

    7. Cute easy read. This book was an easy read. It had a few typos but they made me laugh. Good for someone who has a short reading time.

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