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Unplugged – Book Review

Book Title: Unplugged (Unplugged #1)
Author: Sigal Ehrlich
Genre: Romance
Target Audience: New Adult
Publication date: 10 Mar 2017
Format: Kindle

What it’s about

An against-all-odds & forbidden rockstar romance

After surviving the long and excruciating recruitment process, I thought I would end up working for Madonna or the CIA at the very least.

Boy, was I wrong.

Even in my wildest dreams I couldn’t have imagined what I was in for. What my heart was in for.

I couldn’t have possibly fathomed the lifestyle, the responsibility, how much it would take out of me, the inner battles, and mostly, the emotional whirlwind.

I could never have imagined, prepared myself for, or anticipated…

Him.

It was supposed to be a job. Just a temporary job. Just a few months. Just a short stop before the journey I was about to take to follow my dream.

It was supposed to be a lot of things…but not this.

Little did I know it would be the one event that would shape me, would change me, would bring on such a shift in the balance of my world.

Would bring…

Him.

Would bring…

Them.

Both.

Into my life.

*UNPLUGGED is the first part in a two-part series; it has a cliffhanger-ish ending.

Author Bio

Sigal Ehrlich is a bestselling author of refreshing, fun, and sweet romance novels. She loves books, cold weather, and the occasional bubbly drink. Living as an ex-pat for most of her life, Sigal has been lucky enough to visit many exotic places and meet some unique people from all corners of the world, while experiencing the sweet triumphs and travails of trying to acclimate to new “homes.” Currently, Sigal calls the Czech Republic home where she lives with her husband and three kids.

What I Thought

Thank you to NetGalley and BooksGoSocial for the eARC in exchange for an honest review.

What a refreshing change of pace this bok was and got me out of my 2 ⭐ slump.

Ivi has left Estonia for the bright lights and big city of LA to become a nanny for a 10-year-old where the people around him are trying to keep him out of the limelight of his Rock Star Father Tyler Lee Adams.

At 12% in which is about 5 chapters, my thoughts were what a complete and utter arsehole Tyler is. What a quick and stupid judgement I made there 😒. Although their first meet I think would put everyone in the same place I was.

As much as I like Ivi and Tyler, I had to say like Ivi, I fell in love with 10-year-old Jeremy. He was so quick-witted and intelligent sometimes it was easy to forget just how old he was.

The romance in this was swoon-worthy. It didn’t take long for Tyler to get over himself and let Ivi know the real him. It was adorable when she mentioned her passion in passing, and he went away and looked it up so they could have a conversation about it. Honestly, at some points, my ovaries felt done for.

This is a book I would highly recommend and will give you cavities.

Star Rating

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