Star Struck (Star Kissed, #1)

Melrose Morgan was your typical teenager, flipping burgers and surviving high school the best she ould. Yet all that changed after a chance encounter took her face to face with the world ’ s biggest superstar.

Living every girl ’ s fictio, Melrose falls for one thir of the most successful boy bands on the lanet, Cole Newton. He tells her on a date and she can ’ t help but fall in love with her idol.

But in world that is full of shining stars, can one small town girl really capture the heart of a supernova? Find out in thi second instalmen of the Star Kissed series.
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Published January 10th 2014

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I kno just about every teenage girl dreams about aving a member of their favorite boy band notice them and ant to date them.

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I have tarted the ext nove in this series and so far i am enjoying it.

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I always eally iked the ook, it ha o quirky and light.

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After browsing the Romance bestseller lists and not finding anything I liked, I opted to try Star Struck by Jamie Campbell.I must say that I ha n't annoyed at all, which is saying a lot for a romance nove.

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First in an ongoing series- does n't end in a cliffhanger, but it 's honestl not a really complete story ( asically it covers them meeting and their first date).

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