Jul 15, 2015

Jesse's Girl (Hundred Oaks,#6)

Posted by Jenia. at 7/15/2015 06:34:00 PM
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Jesse's girl.

Hundred Oaks,#6

miranda kennealy.




Publisher:Sourcebook Fire.
Publication Date:July 7,2015
Genre:Ya Contemporary Romance
Format|Pages:Paperback|304
 Source:Goodreads| Bought.







 



Everyone at Hundred Oaks High knows that career mentoring day is a joke. So when Maya Henry said she wanted to be a rock star, she never imagined she’d get to shadow *the* Jesse Scott, Nashville’s teen idol.



But spending the day with Jesse is far from a dream come true. He’s as gorgeous as his music, but seeing all that he’s accomplished is just a reminder of everything Maya’s lost: her trust, her boyfriend, their band, and any chance to play the music she craves. Not to mention that Jesse’s pushy and opinionated. He made it on his own, and he thinks Maya’s playing back up to other people’s dreams. Does she have what it takes to follow her heart—and go solo? 




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I am sure that I said before, but I am going say it once again : I’m in love with Miranda’s Hundred Oaks series, I honestly don’t know how you can’t be. I have been a fan since reading first one back in 2012. I have been waiting for Jesse’s Girl since I read the last book, I even pre-ordered months before it was supposed to come out. I officially have most of the books expect Catching Jordan & Breathe Annie, Breathe. It feels more that I read her book, the series and the more I fall in love with the series. I loved fact that both Sam & Jordan were featured in this novel, I love the two of them. I know that it annoyed Maya, but I thought it was cute how protective her brother was over her. Family aspect in this book was so cute, it’s not often that I read such close family like Maya’s. It had me smiling how supportive her family were of her dreams and how Sam drove all way there, because they couldn’t afford plane tickets. Their love warmed my heart and reminded me a lot of my family. That’s a family that will stick by each other, no matter what comes their way.




I love country music, so I was happy fact that Jesse Scott was a country singer. Though I loved Miranda’s other book in the series, I loved that Jesse’s Girl dealt with music, I might not be a singer but I love music. At first I wasn’t sure how to feel about Jesse, especially how he treated Maya when they first met, before the shadow day. I could only imagine how her day would go if that was his attitude the whole day that she had to spend with him. However, Jesse surprised me and it wasn’t long that I loved him just way Maya did. I could tell that he took her by surprise as well, he acted like a completely different person during the shadow day and he was the reason that she decided to go solo, he encouraged her to. The adventures they both had, I could see it so clearly in my mind as I read it and it was amazing. It’s an adventure that I wouldn’t mind having. I did wish that Jesse would stop pushing Maya away because of what happened in his past relationship. I rooted for him to realize that Maya is the one for him.




Jesse’s Girl was a wild ride, a novel that is impossible to put down. From experience any of Miranda’s books are impossible to put down, you have to force yourself to put it down and that’s what I had to do. It’s also type of novel that even after you reached the end, you found yourself thinking about what happens next. Even after I reached the ending I wondered what’s next in store for Maya, Jesse. Miranda is one author whose book I look forward to every single time; all of them have a special place in my heart. I love the stories, the characters. I can’t wait to see whose story she will tell next.



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