Warning: Reading the Backstage Pass series will lead to endless hours of watching your favorite boy band videos on YouTube.
About Backstage Pass: The Complete Series:
Five irresistible guys…five unforgettable romances
Step backstage with the guys of Seconds to Juliet—the hottest boy band to hit the scene in years—and the girls who capture their hearts. Super stardom has never been so sexy…
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This series is for any teenage (or former teenage) fangirl or fanboy. It's for anyone who ever covered their walls with posters of their favorite bands. It's for readers who spent countless hours reading Teen, Bop, and Tigerbeat to get a glimpse into the lives of their favorite musicians.
Each book of the series compliments the one published before it. They are fun, entertaining, and "take me back to my teens" books. I love recommending them to my friends.
Aimee and the Heartthrob by Ophelia London
I completely adore this book. It's the first book of the Backstage Pass series. It took me back to my NKOTB fan-girl days and there might have been some of my present day Maroon 5 loving self that identifies with it too. If you are a fan of music and fun, swoon-worthy boys and kissing, then you will love this book.
Mia and the Bad Boy by Lisa Burstein
I have immense love for Mia and Ryder. Their story is fun and innocently sexy. (Yes, that's a thing.) I love how Burstein infuses so much humor into her stories while filling up a small space in your heart. Reading Mia and the Bad Boy will make you laugh and smile and then laugh some more. It will make you want to eat a corn dog.
Daisy and the Front Man by Rebekah L. Purdy
Daisy and the Front Man is the third novel of the Backstage Pass series and it is the first book by Rebekah L. Purdy that I’ve read. I’m always looking to read books by new-to-me authors and this book being part of a series that I adore is a bonus! I’ve fallen for this fun boy band series and was excited to read this book with the tag line “Hell hath no fury like a fangirl scorned…” I just knew it had to be good.
Anya and the Shy Guy by Suze Winegardner
I have a crush on The Shy Guy. I have a crush on Will. I mean Matt. Yeah, Matt. Did you catch that?! Will is really Matt, Will's twin brother. When I first read that, I was all "What the what?" How did that happen? How can Matt pull it off? Who is in on the switch and how long can he keep it up the charade? Anya and the Shy Guy gives readers a little twist to The Backstage Pass series and it adds to the fun. I loved it!
Abby and the Cute One by Erin Butler
We get to meet the youngest member of Seconds to Juliet and understand the pressures he experiences as the remaining "available" member of the band. Nathan may be the young one, but he is in no way naive to ways of the music world and media popularity. A fun book to complete the series.
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