1 December 2014

Book Review: Break It Up (Someone Else's Fairytale, #3) by E.M. Tippetts

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Format: Kindle
Publishers: Indie
Published: 12th November 2013
Pages: 206
Genre: New Adult, Contemporary Romance, 
Main Characters: Kyra, Zach, 
Date Read: 17th November - 23rd November 2014
Rating Given:
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Kyra Armijo is making a few changes in her life. One of them being, she's no longer going to give it up to every guy who looks at her twice. And she's putting her hopes and dreams for her future first. When the aspiring photojournalist gets the opportunity of a lifetime to tag along with international boy band sensation, Triple Cross, she can't pass up the chance.
The only problem is that she's in love with one band member, dodging the unwanted attention of another, and desperate to keep her turbulent past under wraps. Triple Cross have "nice guy" appeal, approved of by parents the world over, but have just let go their longtime manager, who controlled their clean image and media exposure with an iron fist. When Zach Wechsler, the object of Kyra's affection, begins to show interest, she has to be careful.
Surely one girl can't destroy a band that's been together for ten years... only what if she can? Kyra knows she's one bad decision away from ruining everything she's worked for, and taking the hottest act of her generation down with her.

I have read a few of E.M. Tippetts books from this series and I have enjoyed everyone of them so when I was asked if I wanted to review this one I jumped at the chance and I'm glad I did as it was just as good as the others.

I love the colours used in this cover but I would have liked it to have matched the others in the series a bit more even though this can be read as a stand alone it is still in the same world so it would have been better to match.

At the minute I am really into books that involve the celebrity world and this one was no different. Whilst reading this I kept changing my mind on if I was absolutely loving it to only just liking it. I loved that the relationship between Zach and Kyra was a slow one and with no real feelings announced throughout the book but you could get a feeling that there was something between them. It was great that we got a glimpse of Jason and Chloe making me want to revisit their story. I kind of liked the ending with things cleared up but also other things that could be found out in the coming books.

Most of these characters I loved and some I did warm to. Kyra was a great female character that grew up a lot throughout this book and before as she was classed as the 'bad girl' but she learned from her past mistakes. She just didn't always see her good qualities. I started liking Zach at the beginning as he was a sweet guy who wasn't into all the stereotypes that surround boybands. He did have a few moments when I felt he looked down at Kyra because of her past and didn't see her for how she was today. It surprised me that I actually liked Ben and even though he had his awful moments I couldn't help but think there was more to his character. I would love to see Ben have his own book.

Overall another good book from E.M. Tippetts and I'm looking forward to continue on with this particular series.