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More Than A Superstar

TITLE: More Than A Superstar

AUTHOR: Nic Starr
PUBLISHER: Dreamspinner PressYEAR: December 2014
LENGTH: 106 pages
GENRE: M/M contemporary romance
HEAT LEVEL: Adult only, some sexually explicit scenes
RATING: 3.5 out of 5


This is the second story I’ve read from Nic Starr, the first being Waiting, Hoping, Wishing, which was published in the Love’s Landscapes anthology by the Goodreads  M/M Romance group. Like that story, this one shows Nic to be a writer of great promise. She has an excellent command of the English language, with  no distracting grammatical errors or badly spelled words to call attention away from the story.

There were no glaring problems with  this book. The things I would change are small. I’d love to have had more time to spend with each of the heroes, especially Rob. It felt like too much attention was given to events outside of the relationship for a book of this length. The characters were well-drawn and engaging, the sort of people you can easily imagine being part of your life.

I  feel Like I’m being a bit harsh to give 3.5 rather than 4 stars to this  book, but I do it so that I will have somewhere to go when, as I believe will inevitably happen, Ms. Starr reaches her full potential as a writer. I expect great things from her, and  I can recommend  this as a sweet read for those of you who don’t mind a little less sex in your romance  stories.

A copy of this book was provided in exchange for an honest review.