Stardust : Peaches Monroe

  • by Mimi Strong
  • Narrated by Saskia Maarleveld
  • Series: Peaches Monroe
  • 9 hrs and 30 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

There I was, minding my own business at Peachtree Books when this lunatic comes racing in the door and knocks me into his arms. I would have ripped him a new one, but he was kinda familiar, and hot. Like I-want-to-have-your-beautiful-babies-now hot. Turns out he looks familiar because I stare at his gorgeous face on TV every week. Yup, Dalton Deangelo. In the oh-so-firm flesh. I let him hide out from the press for a while, then I thought he'd be on his way, and I could breathe normally again. But no. He found me interesting. He wanted to tag along to my cousin's wedding with me. I couldn't say no to that face...or those eyes. Before the night was through, he was saying sweet things, then dirty things. Very dirty things.I try to keep my eyes wide open. I've made terrible, stupid mistakes in the past. But Dalton Deangelo's touch turns me to Jell-O. I'm just a regular girl, and he's rich and famous with no body fat. The guy has a butler! So, why is he chasing me? And why can't I say no? And what is this sordid secret of his the reporters are trying to uncover?

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What the Critics Say

"This is one of those audiobooks that you beg your best friend to listen to because you have to have someone to laugh with. This audiobook has everything...humor, great characters, and hot sex!" (Two Crazy Girls with a Passion for Books)

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Where's the Plot?

There is not much to say about Stardust: Peaches Monroe, Volume 1, by Mimi Strong. While there were a few funny moments, the vast majority of it was somewhat sad and pitiful. This book is filled with a series of situations, rather than engaging the reader by having a plot. The ending was unexpected and abrupt.
Sorry...This gets a "no" from me.
Not credit worthy.
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- Elizabeth

Maybe for under 25 readers

Peaches could have been a great character if she was older, wiser and more confident. She was trying to accept herself as a full figured woman, but her insecurities kept creeping out.

This book had some amusing and interesting moments - Mimi Strong must have a great sense of humor. However, I wanted more details about the small town where most everyone is related and less about how Peached hates her thighs.

Warning: this book ends abruptly - another cliffhanger! Luckily, by that time I didn't care.
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- Rusty

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-13-2014
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio