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As Robbie Harding belts out hit song Jenny to a packed Wembley Stadium, my heart tears, my mind fudges and my insides heat to a lusty, pulsing boiling point.Why me more than the other 90,000 screaming fans?Because I'm Jenny-he's singing about me.The guy is sex on legs with a voice to match and has starred in all my hot dreams since the day boys became interesting. For threAs Robbie Harding belts out hit song Jenny to a packed Wembley Stadium, my heart tears, my mind fudges and my insides heat to a lusty, pulsing boiling point.Why me more than the other 90,000 screaming fans?Because I'm Jenny-he's singing about me.The guy is sex on legs with a voice to match and has starred in all my hot dreams since the day boys became interesting. For three precious years, it was more than hot dreams. Turns out he wants me back in his life and his bed. How can I resist?So with lots of naked, sweaty and downright dirty time to make up for, I wield my backstage pass, hunt him down and refuse to be starstruck by the boy next door. Seems Robbie agrees, as he insists on tuning in to my needs and rediscovering our rhythm before we even reach a bedroom....

Title : Mirror Music
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ISBN : 9781419931604
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 47 Pages
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Mirror Music Reviews

  • Miz Love
    2019-01-28 10:33

    Mirror Music is a lovely read that inspired me to think about how stars live, how they are. We forget sometimes that they’re people, just like us, with needs and desires. Except their needs and desires have to be kept under wraps, away from the paparazzi, if they want their private business private.Jenny gave her virginity to Robbie back when they were younger. Then they split. Now she’s a doctor who has specialised in research into malaria. Now he’s a famous rock star.Robbie sent Jenny some tickets to his band’s show, and she went, complete with a backstage pass. She’d just see him for a minute, see if what she felt for him once was really still there. And it was—for both of them. Robbie had never stopped loving Jenny, but with the onset of fame came a busy lifestyle, and time passed them by. Until now.I loved the way fame and normalcy mixed. Here we have a guy who is so famous he can’t go out in the street without being recognised, but Jenny knows him as Just Robbie, they guy she loved in the past, one she still holds a candle for.BEST BITS: Hearing Robbie sing about making love to a redhead with pale skin and fruity nipples… (You’ll understand the fruity when you read the book. Very funny line.)When Jenny is at the concert and the other fans are shouting out to Robbie. Jenny is beside them, knowing she's known that man intimately, that the fans have no idea who he really is. Great ambience here, and I was at that concert too!VERDICT: Delving into a book where I enjoyed imagining how it felt to be famous and to just want to be normal, was pure joy. I loved the dual life aspect going on, where once the curtain closes, so to speak, when the stage persona is shrugged off, we see a guy just like any other. But then I’d be lying. Robbie has magnetism, he’s gorgeous, and I wanted to be Jenny. Mirror Music is also funny in places, “real” too, with lines that make you feel at home with the characters because there are similarities between you. A great little read.

  • Dahlia (yadkny)
    2019-01-29 10:05

    Jenny watched on the sidelines as Robbie shot to stardom. He’s a different person than what she remembers, but the day she finally seems him again she can’t help but see the boy she fell in love with. If she lets him get too close, it could be her complete downfall, but is it not worth the risk?Now older and maybe a little wiser, Robbie can’t get Jenny out of his mind or heart. It’s obvious to his band mates and it’s even written in some of the songs he sings. It has been a while since they’ve seen each other last, but the question still remains unanswered… does she still think about him too? Young love that let bitter emotions like jealousy and suspicion tear them apart. It was easy to put myself in Jenny’s position and see things from her perspective as it all comes through clearly in the writing. Jenny’s character is relatable and the emotional connection between her and Robbie is obvious from the beginning. Robbie’s charming personality would make it hard for any girl to say no, but more than that, he isn’t some cocky rockstar who’s lost touch with what he really needs and wants in his life. Their enthusiasm and innocence of first love rediscovery is sweet yet when they physically reminisce it’s electric. My only complaint is that I want more Jenny and Robbie.Mirror Music is the second in a trilogy set, but my first read by Lily Harlem and I am quite excited to discover more of what this talented author has to offer. Not only is this story worth the read, but it’s worth re-reading too.Review also posted @ Happily Ever After Reviews:http://hea-reviews.blogspot.com/

  • LynnMarie
    2019-02-01 11:27

    Yadkny's Review Jenny watched on the sidelines as Robbie shot to stardom. He’s a different person than what she remembers, but the day she finally seems him again she can’t help but see the boy she fell in love with. If she lets him get too close, it could be her complete downfall, but is it not worth the risk?Now older and maybe a little wiser, Robbie can’t get Jenny out of his mind or heart. It’s obvious to his band mates and it’s even written in some of the songs he sings. It has been a while since they’ve seen each other last, but the question still remains unanswered… does she still think about him too? Young love that let bitter emotions like jealousy and suspicion tear them apart. It was easy to put myself in Jenny’s position and see things from her perspective as it all comes through clearly in the writing. Jenny’s character is relatable and the emotional connection between her and Robbie is obvious from the beginning. Robbie’s charming personality would make it hard for any girl to say no, but more than that, he isn’t some cocky rockstar who’s lost touch with what he really needs and wants in his life. Their enthusiasm and innocence of first love rediscovery is sweet yet when they physically reminisce it’s electric. My only complaint is that I want more Jenny and Robbie.Mirror Music is the second in a trilogy set, but my first read by Lily Harlem and I am quite excited to discover more of what this talented author has to offer. Not only is this story worth the read, but it’s worth re-reading too.4 1/2 Tea Cups

  • Cheryl
    2019-02-20 11:09

    I was given this book free in exchange for an honest review.I'm no stranger to Lily Harlem stories although most of the ones I've read by her have been longer stories. I confess that normally I struggle with short stories too. Short stories often don't have time for much plot development so I struggle with them for that reason. However. Lily does not disappoint in this short story. Yes it's a simple plot but it's well structured and well written. The chemistry between the two main characters sprang out of the pages and thrilled my senses. I love flirtation and chasing, I love firey passion and thrills. Mirror Music gave me all those and more.The scenes are well balanced for the length of the story and are as hot as usual. I particularly enjoy Lily for the way her words spark such wonderful images in my mind. I almost want to know what happened to Robbie and Jenny after Mirror Music but I believe their story ended where it should too.

  • Alison
    2019-01-28 14:26

    A short, sweet, second chance at love story.Jenny is the one Robbie, lead singer of the Manic Machines, is singing about. Only Jenny had her heart shattered by Robbie four years ago.Out of the blue she receives tickets and a backstage pass to their London shows. Should Jenny go, or just chuck the tickets in the bin.Copy received in exchange for an honest review.

  • Radiant
    2019-02-19 10:27

    I liked this story a little more than first..cos it seems to have a past gf coming back and all.Nice read.

  • KnottyGirl Reviews
    2019-02-21 08:18

    Jenny is at a Manic Machines concert listening to Robbie Harding belt out their new hit song "Jenny". And her heart is pounding with excitement, the song is about her. Robbie sent her the tickets and a back stage pass. She hasn't seen him in years since they broke up. He accuses her of cheating and she walks out on him.Seems Robbie wants Jennie back into his life and he's gone to great lengths to get Jennie back into his life. He brings her back to his house. (Ian's old house) And while he's in the shower, Jennie does a little exploring. You'll have to read it to believe it. I have to say I'm not sure I'd want that bedroom.As with Mattress Music, it was too short for my liking, only because I wanted MORE. So very good. I'm definitely a Lily Harlem fan.I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review

  • Debi Hursh
    2019-02-04 10:10

    Mirror Music by Lily HarlemJenny thought she had moved on with her life until one day she receives a concert ticket and a backstage pass with her name on it. While at the concert a song is being played and low and behold it is her song “Jenny” being played by her ex boyfriend Robbie! Yes he named a song after her after all these years. What does Robbie really want from Jenny? Turns out neither of them had ever gotten over each other. Can you really forget about your first time and the guy you have loved all your life? Robbie will try his hardest to get Jenny back into his life. Will he succeed? This was another great short story by Lily.“I received this book as a review copy in return for an honest review”

  • Beate
    2019-02-01 15:21

    Wow. That didn't take me long! This one has a lot of plot, with some smut thrown in there. Loved Jenny and Robbie. Usually I don't connect like this with characters in a short story like this one. But these people wear their hearts on their sleeves, and you can't help but fall in love with them.I'm bummed there isn't more to this book, happy I have one more in the series to read. The first one actually. I read these out of order. And seeing as there's four blokes in the band, hopefully Ms Harlem will give us two more books in this series.

  • Karen S
    2019-01-25 13:26

    Cheers to second chances. Robbie is a big time rock star. Jenny is the girl who walked away from him following his stupidity before he became famous. Is the spark still there, does she still want him, has he changed? I loved this sweet and sexy story.

  • octavia cooper
    2019-02-05 12:16

    Cute Quickie!!I love it when everyone knows what they want and go after it! Here two past lovers, still longing for each other take a chance on reigniting their love for good! I love an quick HEA with heat and passion!