Rock Star’s Girl

Emily Watts is about as average as an LA girl can be. She works, she hangs out with her friends, and she goes out on the weekends. But suddenly her life is turned on its ear when she becomes a media sensation overnight–literally. Dating should never be this hazardous, but it certainly becomes something to avoid as Emily gets caught in the media crossfire between her new rock star boyfriend and her good male friend who also happens to be a member of an up-and-coming band.

As the men start to manipulate her life, Emily has to get smart and learn a few tricks of her own in order to survive (and to protect her business). But life’s lessons are hard learned as Emily struggles to keep her web business afloat, her freelance projects viable, and her personal life in check.

Rock Star’s Girl is a crazy roller coaster of a ride of Emily’s life–personal and otherwise. Ms. Kristen does a remarkable job giving us candid insight of the social media frenzy that can start overnight and end just as suddenly. Emily is beautiful, smart, and savvy, but could be any one of us–ordinary girl turned web sensation all by association. But my favorite part is Emily herself, who suffers through verbal abuse from strangers, loss of friends and freedom, and somehow manages to get her life back on track with dignity and grace. Kudos to you, Emily, for being the girl we all want to be!


J.F. Kristin (Jennifer) has been writing since the day she picked up a navy blue Crayola as a toddler and began scribbling on her parents’ freshly painted white walls. When not writing novels, Jennifer writes about both writing and ecommerce, and previously spent a number of years as a freelance promotional writer and web designer for musicians. In the early days of the Web, she ran the Society for Preventing Parents from Naming Their Children Jennifer (SPPNTCJ), a tongue-in-cheek web site that welcomed millions of visitors during its run, received coverage from print, broadcast, and online media, was included in an academic textbook, and was studied on a college course. Jennifer is currently at work on her second novel.


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The super fantastic photo(s) of J.F. Kristin are from Jeff Ryan Photography.

(Awesome job, Jeff)

And one more thing–wanna read Rock Star’s Girl? How about winning a print copy of your very own? Good news! You can!! All you have to do is tell us how beautiful the cover is. Okay, just kidding–even though it is a marvelous cover. All you really have to do is leave a comment on this blog post (or the one on Amie’s Reviews) and you’re entered to win. Must have a US address and leave the comment before midnight Thursday (Central Time).

Thanks for stopping by everyone! Lots of <3–Amie


23 thoughts on “Rock Star’s Girl

  1. Thanks Amie. JL’s book sounds great and I do love the cover. And I’m jealous of her photos. (insert pout here) Thanks for introducing her to us. Her website sounds hilarious, though I don’t think it accomplished what she hoped for since I know a lot of kids named Jennifer. ;)

    1. Those pictures are fab! I wonder if Christie Brinkley would notice if I took one of her photos and used it for my bio? LOL And the book’s great too! :)

  2. Good Morning! And I must pause here to wish Amie a HAPPY BIRTHDAY! WHOO HOO! *Bells, whistles, confetti* Okay, first, I LOVE this cover. LOVE IT! And Jennifer your pictures are GORGEOUS! Wow. I would love to win a copy of Rock Star’s Girl. It sounds absolutely delicious. Thanks for having Jennifer around another day so that I could pop over and leave a comment, Ames! Woot! Now pick my name out of the draw, will you??

  3. HAPPY BIRTHDAY AMIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! *bells, whistles, confetti, squeaky-blowy-zippy thingies* Happy birthday to you, Happy birthday to you, Happy birthday darlin’ Amie (my fellow Okie)! HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WAHOOOOO

    (does the loudest b-day wish help me win?)

  4. AJ & Calisa – I wished Ames a Happy Birthday hours ago! (like it’s a competition, right) Sheesh. :-)

    Jennifer-This one’s going on my TBR list! It sounds like a wonderful read!

  5. Happy Birthday, Amie. JL, the book sounds great. Had to laugh at the whole stopping parents from naming their kids Jennifer. My oldest was born in 1986. At that time, I did NOT know a single live person named Jennifer. And my husband loved the name because of Stephanie Powers character, Jennifer Hart on Heart to Heart. So, we named our daughter, Jennifer. And so did everyone else that year. Apparently, Jennifer was the #1 female name for most of the 80’s. Michael was the #1 boy name. Guess what my daughter’s husband is named? Yep. You guess it. Michael. lol! But I still love those names.

  6. They are beautiful names Lilly : ) Happy birthday Amy and lovely to meet you JL!

    I love the sound of this book too. Sounds like a great read and the cover truly is divine. I’d love to be in with a chance to win too – as long as you’re okay with international entries? Thanks : )

  7. The book sounds absolutely amazing. I have been dying to read it just haven’t gotten a chance to buy my copy yet.

    1. Well, good luck! Maybe you’ll win a copy!!

      BTW–thank you to everyone for the awesome birthday wishes. Turning 35 was so much fun, I think I’ll do it again next year (and the year after that and the year after that!) LOL

      And as much as I’d like to show some love (read favoritism) to all the entries who especially wished me a happy birthday, alas the FCC (uhum…I’ve never really checked this out, but it does good, huh?) demands that I make this a fair and impartial contest. So…I’ll be choosing the winner using random(dot)org. Boring I know, but it seems the fairest way! :)

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