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Gateway to heaven

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3.5 starsFirst published in 2008, I picked this up as a Kindle freebie recently. Christian Lasher is a rock star who's looking to take his career in a different direction. He meets art teacher and sculptor, Megan Shreve and is instantly captivated by her. She's different to anyone he's ever met before and she doesn't know who he is. Because he doesn't think she'd go for the "rock god" thing, he keeps it from her so she can get to know him without the hype. Megan is over protected by her sister Hilary, who gives her all the dirty gossip about Christian PDQ. When Megan was 3 years old, she was abused by the husband of her daycare provider and even though she can't remember those events, they have affected her ever since. Hence her sister's over protectiveness. But Megan isn't as fragile as Hilary believes and Christian wants her to chart her own course and not be held in kid gloves. There is a bit of the on again/off again between Christian and Megan - a few times there I was kind of surprised that she was apologising - especially when it was Christian being the ass. There is kind of early shades of Bared To You and similar books in the dynamic between them - although, not quite as obsessive. I enjoyed the chemistry between Megan and Christian and found this one an easy, fast read. At the end, even though I believed in their HEA, I would have liked to have more about what their lives would be like - what did she end up doing with her career etc. I do like Beth Kery's writing and I think this is one of her earlier works. It does kind of show - I think her writing has become more polished since then. But, I did like this one.www.kaetrinsmusings.blogspot.com ( )
  Kaetrin | Aug 13, 2012 |
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