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Side Stage

Side Stage


Kate Louise

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Casey's Life is just where she wants it to be. She's quit her day job, taken a bet on herself, and now runs her own business from home. But when her two best friends take her on a fateful trip to Sydney, Casey's world changes when she meets a charming stranger.
Vaughn Reed is the front man of one of the hottest up-and-coming bands. Yet when he spots Casey at a restaurant, he can't keep his eyes off her.
Just as they're becoming closer, Vaughn needs to decide whether these new feelings are worth fighting for. 
Will his fame get to her?
Or is Vaughn the adventure she needed all along?

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Format: Paperback
Dimensions: 120mm x 200mm
Pages: 220 pgs

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Feel Good Story

PUB. DATE: 1/19/2024
RATING: 4.75 🌟

●●Thank you to @bookwormbooktours and @kate_louise_author for this ARC. This review is given voluntarily, and all opinions are my own.●●

Casey Hewes is happy with her life. She has taken a leap of faith and quits her job to run her own business from home. She and her two best friends take a four-day girl's trip to Sydney, where Casey's life is turned sideways when she meets Vaughn Reed, the lead singer for an up-and-coming rock band, currently on tour in Australia. Their attraction is immediate and intense, but Casey has to go back home while Vaughn continues the band's touring schedule. They both realize the issues at hand -- how is this ever going to work?

The story of Casey and Vaughn figuring it out is the crux of the book. No drama or unnecessary sappiness; the situations they face are well written, especially the depictions of what life on the road is like for a band.

I loved all the characters, including the settings of Australia and Canada, as they threaded throughout the story. Easy-breezy, quick read that hits all the right notes.

Well written, great humor, and feel-good vibes on this one! Made me feel all warm and fuzzy!

"Homesick, what did that really mean? Could you be homesick for a place that never felt like home to begin with? To me, homesick meant missing someone you love, someone you are not whole without."