Published by Entangled: Crush on June 27th 2016
Source: Entangled Publishing
I received this book for free from Entangled Publishing in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Goodreads
Disclaimer: This Entangled Teen Crush book contains adult language, references to drinking and drugs, and a kiss so steamy it’ll fog up your ereader.
Hiding in plain sight is harder than it looks…
Dahlia Greene—aka international pop superstar Cherry—is undercover as a normal high school student. She just wants to experience what real life is like, so when she overhears hottie Keegan Matthews nervously talking about liking a girl, she sees the perfect opportunity to live a real life and play a little matchmaker. What was not part of the plan was falling for a guy she can never tell the truth.
Keegan Matthews has been secretly crushing on Dahlia ever since she started at his school. Sure, Dahlia thinks he’s crushing on some other girl—not realizing his Dream Girl is actually her—but he figures, play along with her tips to woo someone else, let her get to know him, and then make his move. But with so many secrets in the mix, their romance is doomed from the start…
Dahlia and Keegan, Book 1 of 3Dahlia and Keegan Book 2 coming March 2017
Dahlia Greene is hiding from her life as sensational pop star Cherry. Court-ordered to spend a year as a normal high school student she is doing everything she can to blend in, which usually means doing nothing at all. A friend from her old life encourages her to make new friends so she does with Keegan Matthews. She decides to help him catch his dream girl, she would never think that his dream girl just might be her.
In ” an Oyster Shell – I was less than impressed with this book from title to ending, it was an adequate book, but in the end a let down for me.
The Pearls – The concept of this book was super cute. The setting was darling.
The romance was unique and fun. I don’t think I have ever read a book where the love interest is trying to help catch the intended.
The Sand – The book had me on edge from the minute the reader gets into the main characters head. Like nails on a chalkboard. The character was gritty. Not something you would expect from a supposedly average teenage girl character. The ending lacked depth.
Overall I wasn’t impressed with this book and I am not impressed with this author.