Monday, September 23, 2013

Give Me Love by Kate McCarthy


Evie Jamieson is a singer in an up-and-coming rock band. Moving to Sydney, she finds herself in the path of Jared Valentine, the brother of her band manager, Mac. Jared is a specialist consultant in hostage negotiation and kidnapping and Evie catches his eye. When an enemy tries to enact revenge, Jared finds he has a fight on his hands to not only make her his own, but keep her alive.


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Sunny's Review:

As most of you know I am not into the band books. That is totally Darra's thing. I just wanted to get that out of the way. Now...this book is really freaking good. I love it. Jared and Evie are so sweet. Kinda annoying and stupid in that they are totally made for each other and they should realize it but you forgive them b/c they are just AWESOME! After they meet they become friends through texts and get to know each other. When they do move to the same town it is fun to watch them flip out and figure it all out.  I liked that there was a little bit of mystery and action. I also like that Evie doesn't come off as a diva. 

You really need to read this book and at $0.99 it is a steal. I am giving it 4 out of 5 stars. Love it! You have to read Give Me Strength after this (check out the blog tomorrow for my thoughts on that book!)

PS I am a dork and read the whole thing in an Australian accent

About the Author:

Kate McCarthy grew up in a small town outside of Port Macquarie, Australia. Raised in a house just
a short walk to the beach, Kate enjoyed the peaceful, relaxed atmosphere and friendships that come from being raised in a friendly, small town area.

She now resides in Brisbane, Australia, a city in the state of Queensland where she works as an accountant, along with a sideline wedding cake business and her writing.

She is married with two children, has two dogs and house in the suburbs, and a pile of friends and family dotted all over the country that help keep her sane.

When she’s not busy running after naughty kids, filthy dogs, crunching numbers, piping buttercream and writing books, you can find her curled up in bed in the early hours of the morning reading new books and re-reading old favourites. Her favourite books are the Black Dagger Brotherhood series by J.R. Ward in which she longs to eventually join the brotherhood and change her name to Phierce Mutha.

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