by Miranda Kenneally
Published by Sourcebooks Fire on July 7, 2015
Genres: Contemporary, Romance, Young Adult
Format: Advance Reader Copy
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Miranda Kenneally has delivered another heart-felt story with Jesse’s Girl. I love the Hundred Oaks Series, and each unique and engaging story with great characters. I really enjoyed getting to know spunky Maya and Jesse, and spending time with Jordan and Sam from Catching Jordan, too (Maya is Sam Henry’s little sister).
I’m not typically drawn to story lines that involve famous people… But stories about country music that takes place in Nashville? Yes, yes, yes! I really liked that Maya was a rocker girl and to see how dedicated she was to music and having a career as a musician. Her character was refreshing, and I loved that she was close to her family. I wasn’t a fan of Jesse’s attitude but he grew on me the more I learned of his own heart-breaking circumstances.
What sets Jesse’s Girl apart from other meet-famous-rock-star story lines, is that Maya and the Jesse Scott were brought together because of their common love of music and choice of career. Maya wants a career, and Jesse’s fame is making him want end his… it was different, and I really enjoyed it, it just made me happy!
I’ve read all of Miranda Kenneally’s books, and I can’t wait for whatever is next!
Many thanks to Xpresso Book Tours for having me as part of the Jesse’s Girl blog tour!