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What happens when you sign the next biggest thing?Ace, a young up and coming band manager, usually only deals with female clients. A party Ace attends with the big bosses of Dash Records should be easy for her to tackle. All she has to do is smile, mingle with clients and pretend that she knows what she is doing. Little does she know however that her actions at this partyWhat happens when you sign the next biggest thing?Ace, a young up and coming band manager, usually only deals with female clients. A party Ace attends with the big bosses of Dash Records should be easy for her to tackle. All she has to do is smile, mingle with clients and pretend that she knows what she is doing. Little does she know however that her actions at this party will lead her to landing the next biggest band to hit the music scene. JED is a rock band like no other. With smooth moves and even bigger personalities Ace finds herself in a strange predicament, and even stranger is the connection and draw she has to Eric the bands bass guitarist. She loves working in the music industry, but when the band won’t play along will Ace lose her job? Will JED ruin Ace's career? Will Ace fall for bad boy Eric?Are you ready to play with the band?...

Title : Ace
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ISBN : 9781505332209
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 158 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Ace Reviews

  • Crystal Book
    2019-06-18 06:58

    This was my first experience with new and upcoming author, Gemma Arlington. To be honest I wasn’t too sure what to expect. However I was happily surprised and read this book in one sitting, simply because I couldn’t put it down.It is a light read, but very funny. It’s got the right amount taunt, games and sex, and that entity that brings you into the world of the main heroine Ace. I was able to vividly imagine a lot of the scenes and have to add it was a great time to be on tour with the band. Good job Arlington, I look forward to your soon to be released books.Check out Gemma Arlington's Author Interview with Crystal Book Promoters today:http://www.crystalbooktours.com.au/re...

  • Kia Carrington-Russell
    2019-05-29 11:11

    This was my first experience with new and upcoming author, Gemma Arlington. To be honest I wasn’t too sure what to expect. However I was happily surprised and read this book in one sitting, simply because I couldn’t put it down.It is a light read, but very funny. It’s got the right amount taunt, games and sex, and that entity that brings you into the world of the main heroine Ace. I was able to vividly imagine a lot of the scenes and have to add it was a great time to be on tour with the band. Good job Arlington, I look forward to your soon to be released books.

  • Pamela Wilson
    2019-06-21 06:11

    Imagine being a woman in an industry full of sexy, talented and bad boy musicians who are looking to hook up. It's not all fun and games when feelings are at stake though. Ace has a job to do but will some of these guys get in her way not to mention her friend is head over heels for one of the band members too! Another great book by this amazing author! A must read!!!!!

  • Gemma Arlington
    2019-06-19 08:26

    This is my first ever attempt at writing a novella and I have to say I surprised myself with this one. I love all my bad boy characters and how they love to shape my writing. I very much look forward to seeing these charcters come to life in the series xoxo

  • Andrew
    2019-06-20 07:58

    I guess Ace is a pretty fun little book if you like bad writing. I, however, do not.Ace, the protagonist, works for a record company. The description on the back of the book reads, "...Ace finds herself in a strange predicament, and even stranger is the connection and draw she has to Eric the bands [sic] bass guitarist." There. That's all you need to know. You can fill in the rest of the cliches and redundancies on your own. I also find it strangely contradictory that author Gemma Arlington attempts to portray Ace as a strong, female character yet lets her sexual temptations get her into trouble at work. Just awful.Furthermore, Arlington could have written the next Great Gatsby, and I still would have hated it because she doesn't have a grasp on how to write in English. Punctuation (as seen above), spelling, and word usage are major issues. Ms. Arlington, for future reference, the past tense of "smell" is "smelled," while a "smelt" is a small fish. There is also a difference between a subject and an object. "I" is not the same as "me," and "he" and "him" are also not interchangeable. Reading fiction should not sound like conversation or a text from an illiterate friend.To be fair, I received this book for free, and it may have been an advanced copy that still needed editing before a final copy is published. I really hope so. Ms. Arlington, if you need an editor, I will work for cheap.***I received this book for free through Goodreads First Reads Giveaways.***

  • Coralee Corrigan
    2019-06-23 06:19

    love it