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Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Review: Date with a rockstar by Sarah Gagnon

Date with a rockstar by Sarah Gagnon
Release date: June 23, 2015
Publisher: Spencer Hill Contemporary
Buy or borrow: buy
Buy here: Amazon BN

Synopsis: Only one girl will win the cash prize...and a chance at love with Jeremy Bane.
Monet isn't just another lust-struck teenager trying to win the heart of Rock God Jeremy Bane--she needs the prize money from his new reality show to cure her illness.
Monet has Fluxem, a contagious disease that’s spread through saliva. It's completely curable if you have enough money, which she and her single mother don’t. Now that she's on the show, Monet has to work harder to keep her Fluxem hidden. She only has to keep the secret long enough to woo Jeremy Bane so he picks her as the winner. She doesn’t even care about the love part; the prize alone will change her life.
But the real Jeremy Bane is nothing like she imagined. Monet finds herself fighting against feelings that make her want to give in to her attraction and Jeremy’s attempts for a kiss. The further she goes in the competition, the more impossible it becomes to resist him--and when the producers turn the tables and start digging up dirt on the contestants, Monet fears her secret will be revealed before she's ready and ruin everything.
The only way to win Jeremy's heart is to tell him the truth, but confessing her disease could cost her the competition, the prize money, and him


My Thoughts:   Think bachelor, only the bachelor is a teenage rock star and its set in a dystopian world. I really did like this book. Monet has fluxem and she needs the money for the cure before she starts to experience symptoms. She auditions for the show thinking that she'll hopefully win and not fall for Jeremy. Plot twist, she falls for the boy. Monet and Jeremy have an undeniable chemistry from the moment he gives her water after being sick. As the show starts to tape and Monet spends more time with Jeremy, she starts to feel guilty. She really likes, but she also needs the money, she starts showing symptoms during filming. She finally tells him the truth when they sneak away to have a moment without the cameras. This book was filled with some many plot twists that will keep you entertained through the whole book. I definite must-read book. 


Recommendations:  The consequence of revenge by Rachel Van Dykin

You can find my review of The consequence of revenge Here