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Bring Me You (Stars On Fire Book 1) by [Andrews, Ryleigh]
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Pro quarterback, Ethan Christopher thought he had found his home when he met rock musician, Mia Devereux. She was the welcomed distraction in his football-focused life.

Things may not have been perfect. Their individual careers made being together difficult. Her touring. His away schedule. As her success grew, they spent more extended periods apart.

But at the end of the day, he knew he wanted to spend the rest of his life with her. Only her.

When Mia met Ethan, she felt a connection unlike any she’d ever felt. She gave him more of herself than she thought was even possible.

But she knew it wasn’t enough. There was a lot she didn’t share, couldn’t give him.

An event two decades in her past made sure of that.

Those demons that she’d so carefully tucked away wanted out. As Mia struggled with the stress of touring and being apart from Ethan, her defenses weakened, allowing the demons to fight their way to the surface, leaving her in a vulnerable place. A place where bad choices were made.

Choices that both of them will regret.

Can Mia and Ethan’s love survive her past? Or will it fall apart under the weight of her choices?

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  • Language: English
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By MJ de G TOP 500 REVIEWER on 13 April 2016
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I received this book in exchange for an honest review. I suppose it's all a matter of taste when it comes to books but this book did not make the cut for me. I tried really hard but I gave up as it could no longer hold my interest. I felt like I coasted through the whole year and half love affair of Ethan-Mia affair uneventfully. I suppose the author wanted to establish the enviable relationship that they had. That was fine but it took about 59% of the book to establish their routine. I wanted more emotions and conflict in there but sadly, I may never find out as it may have come around the last 41% of the book. For the pros, I really liked Ethan very much. He's the ideal boyfriend. He was sensitive, caring and just wow. I am floored by his character. Anyone will want to bag a boyfriend a fiance like him. He's the best! Mia, on the other hand, I could not make myself like at all. Yes, she was beautiful and talented and incredibly sexy but there were so many buts. She was a contradiction and it was difficult to believe that anyone in real life could be someone like her. She is weak and as such, indulged in drinking and drugs and I really don't get her relationship with her best friend Luke especially her extreme emotional dependency on him. She is blind and unappreciative of her gifts. On some scenes, I like her a bit and in another scene, she makes me cringe. I cannot find myself rooting for Mia and Ethan. With all her unresolved issues, I think he would be better off without her.

The author wrote about scenes that were too detailed such as Mia examining an old crate for nails before she sat on it or she brought her 2 pieces of hand carried luggage and Ethan had already stowed her other luggage in the tour bus. There were a few details that the author could have written more about. Why I could not even remember the name of their band! I usually finish the books no matter how discouraged I get but this was too long winded.
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pro quarterback Ethan Christopher thought he had found his home when he met musician Mia devereux she was welcome distraction in his football focused life.things may not been perfect with individual careers spending time apart but at end day he knew want spend rest of his life with mia.when mia met ethan connection was undeniable,but it wasn't enough lot she couldn't share or give her past made sure of Mia struggles with media,touring being apart from ethan her defences weakened.allowing demons fight there way to surface leaving her vulnerable place,were bad choices are made,choices that both of them will regret,can mia & ethan have a future together ? well done ryleigh on an emotional,heartfelt,storyline can't wait read more !
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I totally enjoyed this book except we didn't get the happy ending,i am dying for book 2 now to see how it goes with Mia and Ethan and all the other characters.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Good read, just not my preference 17 January 2015
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Pretty good debut Novel. While I liked the general storyline and idea of the plot, I just felt like there was a little too much back and forth. I also hate a cliff hanger. Nothing against the author, but their are too many series out these days. It is nice to find a series that can be read as stand alones, and this is definitely not one.

With that being said, I still would recommend this read, it wasn't bad, it just wasn't my taste.
4.0 out of 5 stars Can't Wait To Start Book #2! 21 April 2015
By Wendy Syposs Litz-Fractured Fairy Tales Book Blog - Published on
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After a slow start,I really became immersed in this story! I Liked Mia and Ethan! It was almost like a fairytale, until the bottom fell out! Mia is a singer in a band that ends up getting a recording contract. Ethan is a starting Quarterback for a professional football team. Like so many people these days,they have to try to juggle schedules to find time together. Will they beat the odds? The author,Ryleigh Andrews, leaves us guessing at the outcome! I liked how she developed the characters,and how believable they were. Something like this could definitely happen in real life! I had to get book #2 right away to read the rest of this story!
5.0 out of 5 stars 5 rocking stars! 29 March 2016
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I loved this book! This book really lets you go along for the ride as Ethan and Mia meet and fall in love. Not a lot of drama in the first book as it really is just setting the stage of what' s to come in the next two books. But even without the drama you will stay interested and very much enjoy this read. I really loved how this author didn't just give you that instant love connection, she actually had them date and really get to know each other. Read this book I promise you won't regret it.
4.0 out of 5 stars Initially sweet and then dramatic 20 April 2015
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3.5-4 stars. Mia Devereux's music career is just taking off while Ethan Christopher is at the height of his pro-football quarterback career when they meet. Once their romance begins, it's very sweet and steady but also spotty and long-distance. They have great chemistry and are undeniably in love. I just kept waiting for the drama to unfold because for a long stretch there, they are doing well and things don't start to unravel until about the last third of the book. It's pretty obvious that Mia is holding back something about herself from not just Ethan, but her other friends, too. For whatever reason, I had trouble liking her, which is kind of strange because she is rather likable overall. Perhaps it was her secrecy and the fact that I knew whatever she was hiding couldn't be good and for someone like Ethan who wanted her to share everything about herself, she decided she had to act like Disney the whole time, or the happiest place on earth when she's with him. Despite the difficulty of being long distance, that is probably the one pro for her, being able to suppress whatever it is she couldn't share while always plastering on a happy face in Ethan's presence. That bothered me because Ethan was willing to do anything and everything for her, he's a very stable character with so much to offer that she shouldn't have felt like she couldn't tell him about her past, but she held back regardless even though the relationship moved forward. It becomes apparent that Mia's got some deep issues that prevent her from living to the fullest although Ethan's presence keeps her calm. But that's the whole problem, Ethan isn't around all the time so Mia is spiraling out of control. However, that doesn't make Ethan exempt from being an idiot either. He's also at fault in some parts of the story, which really bothered me because I expected so much more out of him, but I do think I can see it from his perspective as well. Mia and Ethan's mutual good friend, Luke, he baffled me. I know he's Mia's best friend and he's got responsibilities and priorities, but sometimes, I felt like he really didn't behave like a true best friend but more like an immature grown up even though he has good intentions. He's a little bit selfish actually. Honestly, I can't blame Mia for her abandonment issues, I would just like to see her own up to them and overcome them. Ethan and Mia's story doesn't end with this book and I can see a lot of directions in which their story will go so fingers crossed that they can still have a future together.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Bring Me To You, I'm just not that into you. 29 April 2015
By Angel H. - Published on
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I finished this book because I bought it, but like a previous reviewer stated, I ended up skimming much of it to get to the end, and by that time I didn't care what happened to Mia and Ethan. This book was over-written in some places and under-written where it really mattered. The author gave us excruciating detail on setting and action. If you want to know how many valets and waiters they talked to on the way to the elevator, you might like this book. Where I wanted more detail was in character development and interesting dialog. The dialog in this book never got me hooked on the characters and was sometimes cringe-worthy ("sugah"). I never got a clear view of the characters, especially Mia. She has two guys in love with her, but I don't understand what either see in her. She is my least favorite type of heroine: the weak, dependent, weepy woman.
I didn't buy the relationship between Mia and her ex, Luke. He was always so magnanimous and nice, setting her up with Ethan, yet continuing to pine after Mia and even agreeing to spend the night with her on one occasion--chastely.
This book also annoyed me because the tension only played on one note: the long distance relationship and Mia's reaction to it, which was to turn to drugs and alcohol (again not what I care to see my heroines reverting to). The story line felt like "wash, rinse, repeat" with that being almost the only conflict between the characters.
There was opportunity to add more conflict between Mia, Luke, and Ethan, but this is never fully exploited. It was touched on, but then every one quickly went back to being nice. Some of the action between the three characters was almost creepy like a chapter where Ethan and Luke are Skyping with Mia was is very drunk and disrobing in her hotel while the men watch.
I don't mind a cliff-hanger, but only if it wants to make me jump to buy the next book. Bring Me You didn't leave me wanting to know what happens to Mia and Ethan next.