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Rock Star's Girl (A Hollywood Dating Story Series) by [Farwell, Jennifer]
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The prequel to Hiding Out in Hollywood. Rock Star's Girl is best read after Hiding Out in Hollywood if you want the full story of what happened between Emily and Cory before Hiding Out in Hollywood takes place.

Emily Watts just wants a weekend break from the workaholic hours she's taken on to keep her business—a popular fashion-snark website—up and running. What she gets is overnight celebrity and a career-killing media scandal.

While taking time out to attend a concert in support of friend Jesse Cinder, a struggling musician, Emily meets Cory Sampson, the lead singer of a chart-topping rock band. When she agrees to a date with Cory, making entertainment headlines is the last thing she expects. Even so, it's a minor surprise by comparison to her discovery that in the music world, media notoriety trumps all. Tabloid allegations erupt when Cory and fame-hungry Jesse use Emily for personal gain, and her tarnished image spells disaster—personally and professionally. To save the website and writing career she's made her life and dream, Emily must go from being a pawn in the Hollywood headline game to becoming the media mastermind.

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  • Print Length: 348 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005ECMJ2G
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars not believe able 4 December 2013
By Dorothy - Published on Amazon.com
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Once in a great while, I buy a bad book. Rock Star's Girl hits that bid. Here's why:
* The characters in this book do not behave in a way that rings true in the 21st century.
* Not a single one of the characters appeals to me.
* the romantic scenes feature a lot of bizarre teasing and cuddling and t.v. watching -- are we at a grade school slumber party, or possibly living on the wild side in the 1950s?
* What a bizarre and dysfunctional love triangle. With one guy, she should cut bait -- she does not like him very much -- and the other guy doesn't like her enough (for good reason, she is needy and comes when called, which is lame).
* The ending deserves one word: huh? It's amateurish and not what readers pay for when they buy a NA romance.

The climate and description of Los Angeles -- the setting of this book -- now that does appeal to me. Here is a second star for making the characters' life in sunny LA seem attractive and accurate.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars surprise ending! 24 May 2013
By Ella Vader - Published on Amazon.com
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What more could you want? I'm going to go ahead and say not much. This story was engaging, the protagonist was great, though there were times when i wondered if she was being a bit fluffy. Judging by the ending, she wasn't fluffy at all. What could be better than a female that stands up for herself and sticks to her guns?!

I have a very serious love/hate relationship with endings, particularly romance story endings. Very. Serious. Serious as in, they are usually ridiculously trite to the point that they can seriously ruin the story. This one made the story worthwhile. Literally any misgivings I had prior to it, completely evaporated with the ending, squishing me with all kinds of jolly/happy feelings. Jus' sayin'.

Read it. If nothing else, you would have read a story about a female that got run over, muddled through the muck, picked herself up (with the help of a lovely trusted, friend), dusted herself off and kept truckin' to her own damned tune right through to the end and beyond. You go girl, do your thing!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Very good, wasnt expecting the ending! 16 July 2012
By SanLou - Published on Amazon.com
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Really good book! Very enjoyable, don't know if I'd read it again, but the first time reading it was very good! Ok so quick summary Em is good friends with Jesse (although it never explains how they met or why they are such good friends or even how they are such good friends, considering he lives in New York and she's in LA, but anyways) who is in a band - cant remember the name. She goes to see said band and meets Cory, who is the lead singer in a really big band- again cant remember the name! Anyways she starts hanging out with Cory and ends up getting loads and loads of media attention, which is all great till Cory backs off, says he doesnt want to be Bf/ gf, and thats it from Cory for the min. In steps Jesse, has recently moved to LA with his band and new manager, takes Em out for the night to help her feel better, but the media are still interested in her and snap her with Jesse, so suddenly she's cheating on Cory, has a dedicated Cory fan base dissing her on the street and Oh ya, her career is seriously suffering from this mess of a social life!

Ya loved this book, it just doesnt turn out as expected at all, which actually is great. The ending is really satisfying, a real - you go girl! book. The only thing I didnt like was that Em really didnt listen to her friend Shelby at all. Although I completely understand, you can't tell people things they have to make their mistakes and learn for themselves, this is especially true when it comes to affairs of the heart. So although Em was annoying me that she wasnt listening to Shelby's obviously very good advice, it was quite realistic! What girl hasnt been caught up in some lad, she thinks is fab, only to find out- ya he's a complete idiot!!

Get is, buy it, I shall be recommending it to friends!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars 4.5 31 December 2015
By Danielle Wilson - Published on Amazon.com
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This is the second novel I have read by Jennifer Farwell. While Seven Weeks to Forever is an emotional story of young love, Rock Star's Girl is a humorous adventure in drama and dating in the public eye.
We meet Emily Watts a self made success via her fashion blog and one half to Hollywood's new hot couple (along with Cory Sampson, front-man extraordinaire). The relationships and real world job struggle are honest and nuanced enough to not be dragging or boring. The true shining light of the novel however is the humor and banter that comes from protagonist Emily. She is sarcastic, sharp and smart- the perfect combination.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Main character exceeds expectations 1 June 2015
By Watergrrl - Published on Amazon.com
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Emily Watts is quite possibly my favorite Chick Lit character of all time. She's smart, funny, and independent. You don't find that in chick lit much. Really liked the characters in this book and the plot.

Emily is kind of a celebrity gossip girl who is not enchanted by the celebrities she blogs about. If she wasn't making a living doing it, she wouldn't care at all about celebrity news. Then she ends up on a date with a rock star and chaos erupts. This is definitely not your average chick lit. My husband even read this book and stayed up super late to finish it the same day he started it!

(Edited in 2016 to add a few details to my insufficient review of this great book since I was reviewing book 2 anyway. It's even better than this one!)