“Eversea is the kind of book you read with a carton of ice cream, to escape for a while and daydream for hours afterwards. It’s the kind of chick flick you’d watch. Book Review – Eversea (Eversea #1) by Natasha Boyd thousand people, the last person Keri Ann ever expected to meet was Jack Eversea. Johanne: The books by Natasha Boyd: Eversea & Forever, Jack. Also bought My Star, My Love which is a short story. It’s worth it too to stay.
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Eversea by Natasha Boyd. A Hollywood A-list mega-star, on the run from his latest scandal and with everything to lose. A chance encounter that leads to an unlikely arrangement and epic love affair that will change them both forever.
When his co-star and real-life girlfri Library Journal SELF-e Selection Title An orphaned, small-town, southern girl, held hostage by responsibility and self-doubt.
When his co-star and real-life girlfriend is caught cheating on him with her new director, A-list hottie, Jack Eversea, finds himself in sleepy Butler Cove, South Carolina. Jack hopes the sultry southern heat in this tiny coastal Lowcountry town will hide him not only from the tabloids and his cheating girlfriend, but his increasingly vapid life and the people who run it.
But fate has other plans. Suddenly face to face with the man who played the movie role of her favorite fictional character, Jack has Keri Ann yearning for everything she has previously avoided Paperbackpages. Keri Ann ButlerJack Eversea. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Everseaplease sign up.
Is the book from 2 point of views???? See 2 questions about Eversea…. Lists with This Book. Mar 14, Pearl Angeli rated it liked it Shelves: There was actually so much to love about this book.
First is the writing of the author which is undeniably great. Another is Jack Everseathe hero of this book, who is not only Movie-Star hotness incarnate but a very interesting character.
However, after reading this book, I felt conflicted.
I believe it has something to do with the absence of chemistry between the m 3 Stars Eversea has a very interesting synopsis and a beautiful cover which are the main reasons why I’ve been wanting to read it. I believe it has something to narasha with the nztasha of chemistry between the main characters Jack and Keri Ann. Keri Ann’s character also annoyed me at the first parts of the book. She was rude to Antasha the moment she recognized who he was Jack didn’t even do something to make her act that way, which is kind of ironic.
I was glad, though, because she eventually changed in the succeeding chapters. I think what I also struggled with in this book was the slow-pacing.
There were times when the scenes were no longer holding my attention.
Also, there was predictability and at some point I already know how the story will boyx. Nevertheless, there were parts that made me swoon thanks to Jack. I really love his character and how genuine and perfect he was in this book. He’s one of the heroes that deserve to be added in your book-boyfriends list.
Despite my issues, I still recommend you to check this book! View all 23 comments. Jun 06, Aestas Book Blog rated it really liked it. A fun romance between a Hollywood A-list movie star and a feisty small-town girl. In her small town of nine thousand people, the last person Keri Ann ever expected to meet was Jack Eversea. But there he was, in person, the world most famous Hollywood mega-star actor sitting in her bar. Turns out he was escaping his life, so to speak.
Between the drama of a bad public break up and the non-stop spotlight on his life, he just needed a break. Jack Eversea was in my house! I willed myself to calm down and catch my breath. He was just a person. I bent down for a moment and stuck my head between my egersea, hoping my blood would circulate normally again.
They hit it off and despite wanting to keep his presence in the town a secret, he trusted her and proposed a trade — he’d help her fix up her house if she’d agree to do things like getting him groceries and supplies which he couldn’t do without being recognized … and so began their everssa friendship.
Meanwhile though, quite literally the whole world was wondering where on earth their top favorite movie star had gone! But things weren’t that simple.
Jack was literally bound by contract to be in a relationship with natawha high profile movie actress who he had actually dated in the past. Needless to say, that put more than a little hitch in any potential relationship between him and Keri Ann. There were so many questions that popped up — I mean, it was wonderful that he was in her town now, but he couldn’t stay forever so… what would happen when he went back?
Evesrea he get back together with his ex? Would he have to leave soon? Could the spark between them realistically go anywhere?
I think there’s just something thrilling about the idea of a romance with a Hollywood star. But despite that there was a definite undertone of angst because throughout the whole book, you just KNEW that at the end of it, he would have to return to Hollywood and would have to go back to at least pretending to be with another woman.
Book Review – Eversea by Natasha Boyd
I’m sorry I’m so fucked up I sold my life, my soul and my future to the devil? After several moments of mumbling something that sounded suspiciously like “dead puppies, dead puppies, dead puppies”, he lifted himself out. I mean, how would YOU feel if the person you were crushing on slash falling for “had” to be in a public relationship with someone else?
But I liked that even though she was a small town girl and he was a big shot movie star, they really went toe-to-toe on everything. The progression of drama felt very natural – nothing that made me ill with worry but at the same time, I did really want everything to get sorted out. Maybe you have no idea, but I do.
Nwtasha least not to me. Buuuuut, I knew that going into the book. At least it was more of a “positive” cliffhanger though – the kind where you’re left with the knowledge like it’s all going to work out in the end as opposed to one where everything is blown to hell but still… I need book 2. Overall, I enjoyed the book. It was true escapism. It was light and engaging with a dash of angst and a smattering of serious. I liked the characters and the story. View all 37 comments.
An orphaned, small-town, southern girl, held hostage by responsibility and self-doubt.
Book Review – Eversea by Natasha Boyd – Maryse’s Book Blog
Kindle-freebies currently over books https: View all 9 comments. Jun 10, Nana rated it did not like it. For some reason I need to clarify that I got this book from Amazon with my own money. Second, I thought the book was going to be in the same line of The Love Unscripted series, but I was wrong. The main charact Note: The main characters were too unlikable for my taste.
Both main characters are undeveloped; Keri Ann was kind of a doormat and too immature for the age she portrays. On the other side, I felt I never really got to know the real Jack Eversea. The lack of spark and the real development in the story was a really turn off for me.
We have this superstar who apparently has an attraction for this woman because she really sees him as a person, not a star, but the cannon proved this point wrong. Keri Ann was like a 13 year old girl whose star stuck, some of the interactions are really pathetic to be honest. I was already half in love with you before I even met you because of the character you played What is so special about her? Apparently Jack Eversea is good as an actor, but he is not a thinker.
Eversea (Eversea 1) – NATASHA BOYD
Eversea has an undeveloped Story-ARC with undeveloped characters and ridiculous conflicts that have the vibe of a crazy bad soap-opera. View all 11 comments. Feb 01, Heather K dentist in my spare time rated it it was ok Shelves: Immature characters, no chemistry, slow moving. If my friend didn’t want me to read this I wouldn’t have tried to push on. Read as part of my Boydd reading challenge, my quest to read new authors before the convention https: View all 6 comments.
Mar 29, Melanie A.