Face the Music

Rated 4.44/5 based on 9 reviews
When 24-year old Allison Banks inadvertently captures the attention of a rising superstar, she must decide if there's room in her life for the extra excitement. More
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About Andrea K. Robbins

Born and raised in eastern Missouri, Andrea K. Robbins is a graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia, Idaho State University, and Montana State University, and holds degrees in Human Nutrition, Biological Sciences, Secondary Education, and a Master's of Science Education. She currently resides in southern Idaho with her two daughters.

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Reviews of Face the Music by Andrea K. Robbins

LK Hunsaker reviewed on Nov. 30, 2013

A fun read for a snowy no-power day that made the time fly.
(reviewed 7 months after purchase)
Jess reviewed on July 11, 2012

3.5 out of 5 stars, this is a thought provoking take on the reality singing show world that kept my attention wrapped while having me rooting for Allie and Chris the whole way!! I am surprised to say that since Allie mostly annoyed me throughout this novel, because of how she doesn't commit until the last minute. However, I understood that all problems with committing to Chris (or anyone for that matter) because of how badly burned she was and afraid of heartache she is again. As I pushed on, I could feel myself growing to love her close-knit group of friends and family! It turns into a very sweet moving romance story that I could not put down. And I'm sooo happy about whom Jake ends up with since I was hoping that from the beginning!!

All in all, I recommend this novel to anyone who likes contemporary romances, especially ones where the main male character in a hot singer!!

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Adelaye Hearst reviewed on July 4, 2012

Nice Romance, Adult Fiction. Theme taken from the headlines of the music industry. Loved the teacher even if she was a bit unconventional. Nice Read
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Elisabeth Silvers reviewed on June 29, 2012

I enjoyed Face the Music very much. The characters and their reactions to situations felt real, and the story flowed well.

I hope to read more from Andrea K. Robbins in the future. I liked the writing style.

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Anna Augusto reviewed on June 29, 2012

I just started reading Face the Music yesterday and I have to say I am loving it! The premise is engaging and very modern, considering television musical reality shows such as the Voice, American Idol, etc. Allison is a bright young woman working hard to take charge of her chaotic life and takes on extra work as a tutor for the contestants of Superstardom. She begins to have feelings for one of the contestants, Chris, and it is anything but a simple crush. I can't put it down and I can't wait to see what happens next! This is a fun book full of romance and suspense, involving a very interesting love triangle!
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judy kay reviewed on June 28, 2012
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Great book. Characters were so real I forgot I was reading. Believable story line and I hope to read more from this author soon!

Judy K.
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staylormom reviewed on June 25, 2012
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I really enjoyed this book! I'm not usually into love stories, but I read this story and got lost in it.
Every once in a while I had to remind myself I was reading! I loved the way the author described the characters. I could see them in my mind! I also enjoyed (surprisingly) the "new" story using new music, technology and characters. This was a very good book for the 20 something crowd and for romance readers!
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Victoria H. Smith reviewed on June 23, 2012

I really enjoyed this book and what was crazy is that it was free??? I read it in less than 24 hours it was that thought provoking. The work speaks for itself. It's a refreshing love story of self-discovery. Grad student Allie has a lot to deal with. She is one of three family members that she has left. She's lost her mother to tragedy and her grandmother to old age. All that's left is her baby sister and her daughter.

She's struggling to go to grad school and survive when she takes a job as teacher to 18 and under kids on a pop television show called "Superstars." It's American Idol with an awesome twist. In comes Chris one of the shows top contenders. He's 27, gorgeous, and sex on legs!! Think Chris Daughtry here, but even hotter. He comes into her life and sweeps her away. She has to decide if she's ready to deal with his celebrity, all while at the same time, battling being hurt from a previous relationship.

Allie is one strong chick and I felt myself constantly cheering for her. She doesn't let people push her down and treads on through her struggles. If your looking for a strong heroine, excellent writing, and a heart warming celebrity love story this is it here.

It's a great "new adult" read and those in their twenties will definitely relate to this title!
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naz jannath reviewed on June 22, 2012

awesome one....hoping to
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Tazzy Patbul reviewed on June 21, 2012

this book was just amazing,was actually wishing it was longer,stayed up whole night and just could not stop reading!!!!!!!!
looking forward to reading more from this author!

the characters,the songs,everything was perfect!
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