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Fall into Me (An Over the Edge Novel) (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Julia London

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London's luscious latest (after Material Girl) provides prime escapist material that's perfect for anyone who reads tabloids in supermarket check-out lines to see who's breaking up or hooking up. Audrey Larue's a talented Texas songbird who becomes a supernova stuck with a controlling boyfriend, second-rate musician Lucas Bonner, a greedy entourage and a needy white trash family. After meeting extreme outdoorsman/stuntman (and military vet) Jack Price, Audrey and Lucas hire him to oversee security for her summer concert tour. He's got eyes for Audrey (as does she, quietly, for him), and the love triangle that develops is eclipsed in drama only by a creepy, vampire-fetishist stalker who's making death threats against Audrey. This is a great one to throw in the beach bag. (Aug.)
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Previously available as American Diva (Thrillseekers Anonymous series).

While guarding a beautiful, high-maintenance pop star, a stuntman wrestles with frustration—and intense desire.

Jack Price remembers when Thrillseekers Anonymous specialized in adventures rather than posh parties for super-rich clients. But the pay for coordinating those kinds of shindigs is hard to resist—and so is one of the pop stars. At an extravagant event, Jack’s argument with gorgeous singer Audrey LaRue dissolves into sultry dancing. His rule has always been to keep his work professional and not fall for a client, but the steamy encounter has him experiencing a change of heart…

Audrey LaRue can’t leave the house without landing in the tabloids, and the stress has turned the blonde beauty into a demanding diva. Terrified by an anonymous stalker’s threatening letters, she hires raven-haired, blue-eyed Jack as a bodyguard for her national tour. She hasn’t forgotten their delicious kiss, and her body aches for more.

The singer’s spoiled attitude quickly drives Jack to regret taking the job. But her long legs and gorgeous voice keep his mind off her bratty behavior. Now they just have to get through the tour without falling victim to the stalker…or succumbing to their passion.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 1499 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 386 pages
  • Pagination - ISBN de l'édition imprimée de référence : 1477805834
  • Editeur : Montlake Romance (11 juin 2013)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00B1SZ7Z8
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Disappointed 9 août 2007
Par Karlyn - Publié sur
I really wanted to like this book, as I enjoyed the first two books in this series, but American Diva was just a frustrating read. This story is about Audrey, an ultra-famous pop singer of 28, and Jack, an ex-military, pilot and stunt person for Thrill Seekers Anonymous. Jack gets hired to provide security after she gets a few threatening letters.

First let me say that I think Julia London is a very talented writer, but as I have come to know her stories are either a "Hit" or "Miss". And her misses can almost always be boiled down to the same fundamental problem: the story focuses on characters who you simply don't like or care about. This is the problem with American Diva.

In American Diva, *ALL* of the secondary characters are jerks. Her co-workers, boyfriend, and entire family are all horrible people with no redeeming qualities. None of the subplot stories were fun, entertaining, or enjoyable. The story also includes a bad guy, and we know from the beginning who he is, so it was just a subplot to keep Jack and Audrey together. When the bad guy gets caught, it was very anti-climatic. To make this book worse, the heroine Audrey is not very likable. She is a diva, and acts horribly through most of the book. She is either a raging *itch without apology, or a complete doormat getting walked all over. She has a few normal moments with Jack, but in most of their very short and totally unrealistic relationship she is awful to him. She makes a few "TSTL" decisions that frustrated me to know end. Jack was the best part of the book, but truthful he is the same guy from so many other romance novels. His character is so cookie cutter, i.e...tall, built, dark hair, blue eyes, handsome as sin, treats his woman like gold, and can perform in bed like stud he thinks he is. I wont even get into how I didn't like the ending, but just know it has a strange conclusion that did not leave my heart melting. It left me scratching my head thinking "huh, that's it?!"

Given all of this, I would highly recommend you read the first book in the series "Wedding Survivor" as it was great. The follow up "Extreme Bachelor" wasn't as good, but it was a likable story. But skip this one.
6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Page Turner 12 août 2007
Par N. Brittain - Publié sur
I loved AMERICAN DIVA! I thought the struggles that Audrey faced were very real. I can imagine not being able to just dismiss a guy you've known for years and who helped you reach stardom because you have fallen for a 'hottie'. I didn't like Lucas because he was a leech and used her to further his own career, but I thought Audrey needed Jack to open her eyes. Eventhough she loved Jack, she had to be true to herself for once and grow out of being dependent on others and giving in to their pressures. The bad guy was secondary and was only a means for Jack and Audrey to meet. London gave such vivid descriptions in this novel as all her novels. I could experience how Audrey and Jack felt about her blood sucking family. There were some parts that made me laugh out loud. For example, when Jack said that her family was like the making of a Jerry Springer family. The love scenes were fantastic. London gave a very insightful foray into the world of superstardom. I thought it was very believable and interesting. I admired the way Jack gave her time to come to her own decision because he realized what a tough choice she had to make. Reading this novel was like watching a great movie. London knows how to tell a story. I must agree that the ending was sort of abrupt, but it didn't take away from the story. I also love the fact that London writes both historical and contemporary. She hasn't abandoned the genre that put her on the map. I just recently discovered her through her historicals because my other favorite historical authors have started writing crime/mystery genres. London is good with both genres. I had to go back and buy all of her novels. DEVIL'S LOVE and WICKED ANGEL are must reads. The THRILLSEEKERS series is great. All of the guys are hotties.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Audrey is a total brat and diva 17 juillet 2014
Par Kiaorateora - Publié sur
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Jack started out as a character that I liked and I was looking forward to watching him fall in love. However, by the middle of the book, London had started to change Jack's character from a take-charge alpha male to a spineless, hormonal teenager with no pride and zero taste in women. Audrey was completely unlikeable. She was the worst book character: whiny, bratty, spineless, rude and TSTL. (Too Stupid To Live in book-speak.) How in the world Jack saw this hot mess and thought "I wanna get with this girl!" was beyond me. Usually when an author makes a character this unlikeable, they do something to make us forgive them or they go through something that makes them wake up and see themselves as the brat they've become and try to do something to change that. Not with Audrey. She is literally TSTL all the way up to 97% on my kindle. The worse plot device that London does is the "love triangle" plot. She makes it worse and writes Audrey and Jack as cheaters, like we're supposed to get behind their illicit relationship and be okay with it only because Audrey's boyfriend is a total jerk. Nope. Mature adults get out of relationships before starting new ones. Oh but wait. I was talking about mature adults of which Jack and Audrey are not. They act like horny teenagers and whine and cry about being together, blah, blah, blah. Oh! And let's not forget there's some wacko that's out there stalking Audrey which turns out to be totally lame too. Note to Author: Readers want strong characters! Not whiny brats who throw tantrums when the world isn't fair to them.
7 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
2.0 étoiles sur 5 A massive romance disaster! 17 août 2007
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur
I had such high hopes for Julia London's latest book. Both her historical and contemporary romances are some of the best in the romance world but American Diva was anything but the best.

Singer Audrey LaRue is America's newest sweetheart. She is the "It" girl of the moment and while this brings about many new career opportunities for her, it is also bringing out a stalker. Audrey hires Thrillseekers Anonymous member, Jack Price, to be her new security man. It is his job to watch over her, keep the press at bay, and stop her stalker.

Jack Price accepted the job as Audrey's bodyguard in order to help him fund his dream: to own and operate his own flight school and air hangar. But what should be an easy, uncomplicated job, is anything but. Audrey and her entourage, particularly her boyfriend Lucas, are demanding, needy, annoying, and whiny. Audrey has no control over them or her business dealings and this chaos shows on every page of this story.

What could have been an interesting and engaging bodyguard/celebrity romance was anything but. Audrey is a terrible character. She puts up with some major verbal abuse from her "boyfriend" and cannot make up her mind about what direction she wants her career to go in. She professes to be in love with Jack, but heck if she can truly decide between the two men. She is careless and demanding and in general, a very annoying character.

I truly don't know how Jack managed to fall in love with her. This story was a confusing disaster of characterization. Unfortunately, this series, which has had me hooked from the first book, ended with a big bust. If you truly want to read this story, pick it up from the library. It's not worth buying.

Julia London is still a favorite author of mine. I re-read many over her stories over and over again, but American Diva will not be one of them.
7 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
1.0 étoiles sur 5 American Diva 10 septembre 2007
Par Shannon Schreffler - Publié sur
I was so waiting for this book. It was very disappointing. The first
two books in the series were very good. This one was a very frustrating
read I stopped and started it a couple of times. It was too up and down and you did not care about the characters. After waiting so long for the final book in this series it was a big disappointment. They made the book an oversize paperback raised the price and it was not worth it.
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