But when Walker pulls her up on stage during one of his concerts, even Madison can't deny the sparks that literally fly between them. As much as she wants to deny it, there is something about Walker Rhodes that draws her in. Even though she tries to stay away, Walker is determined to make her his, and Madison will soon discover that fate has a bigger hand in their story than she ever could have imagined.
You won't find this book at the top of my all-time favorite reads, but it was still an enjoyable read for me. I liked the characters and the story definitely had that element of romantic fatalism that make romance movies such a huge success (especially with the female demographic). It was lacking in the angst department and did not contain the emotional turmoil that I look for in a 5 star read. Having said that, the story was well written and a quick read. Definitely a good read for a lazy afternoon. It is a stand alone novel, so no worries about a cliffhanger. It is part of a new series, and it appears that each book will focus on a new celebrity. I liked this book enough to want to read the next one - Catching Stars, Paige Lockwood's story - when it comes out (no release info at this time).