Center Stage - Ali Parker

Center Stage

By Ali Parker

  • Release Date: 2016-05-24
  • Genre: New Adult
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 41 Ratings

Description

From Best Selling Author, Ali Parker comes a new Billionaire Series filled with sexiness, humor and intense attraction...

The bright lights of Hollywood can be blinding at times. 

Riley and Ethan dive head first into the hard work required to produce a blockbuster film. With only ten months to get everything done, they’re working around the clock and it shows. The tension between them is building to an explosion neither of them is ready for. In hopes of trying to keep things professional between them, Ethan takes a step back and presents himself in a new light - a more responsible, mature Ethan Lewis.

The smoke and mirrors takes its toll on both of them, and everyone is starting to notice. It isn’t just about their relationship anymore, but about the possibility of messing up both their careers and all of their dreams.

This is book 2 in a continued series.

18+ Explicit sexual content and possible foul language.

Reviews

  • Lust or love...

    5
    By ExoricD
    I honestly hate cliffhanger novels but Ali made it work in a tasteful manner. She gave you so many emotions in this one novel. She made you hate Ethan at moments and love him at others. It's a story of blossoming love but in an atypical style that is playful. Ethan & Riley are quite a pair and I can't wait to read the next novel! Hopefully they each can mature enough and start making their own decisions instead of playing cat and mouse games forever.
  • Center stage

    5
    By SHC06
    Center stage is a great book but you don't fall in love with the main character right away. Normally in Ali's books, the male character makes you fall hard for him, but Ethan's boyish ways are a fresh twist to the main character. This makes it definitely a worth while read. Will his boyish ways hinder his blossoming relationship? I can't wait to read the next book to find out.
  • Center Stage

    5
    By Delivery Possibe
    The story of Riley and Ethan continues. You just want to see those two finally let go and be with each other but just when they are about to explode tragedy struck leaving you to wonder it it will ever happen. Great Book! Leaves you wanting more!
  • Center Stage

    5
    By Linders78
    So much left unresolved!!! I so need book 3!! Book 1 left me hanging...hoping!!! Then book 2 only perpetuates the suspense!! Riley and Ethan are two characters that you feel so sorry for!! They just need a little happy ending! Ali Parker does not disappoint!!!
  • Oh my!

    5
    By KimBJeffries
    This book is definitely one heck of a ride and insanely hot. Once you start reading it, you definitely can't put it down. More tension builds between the characters, and you start seeing a different side to Ethan. One you can't help but root for to blossom.
  • Book is to short

    3
    By Mandaa1124
    The story is really good but this book is to short to pay 3 dollars for.
  • Center stage

    5
    By Gabangsta
    I loved watching Riley and Ethan as they progress in the working relationship while fighting their attraction to each other. Wonderful continuation of their push and pull relationship, totally ready to see where it will lead them... Love or just lust.
  • Center Stage

    5
    By Dtyler25
    I loved this book! Ethan may seem to have everything in the world but his insecurities are not what one would think! Can't wait wit to read the next one!
  • Excellent!

    5
    By 216trose1016!
    The continuation of my new favorite series does not disappoint! I love the characters and story line, and of course the cliffhanger at the very end had me pre-ordering the next book immediately!
  • Center Stage

    5
    By Kathleen7946
    Center Stage didn't disappoint, you won't be able to put it down. The chemistry that Riley and Ethan have is electric. If they would just give into their desires and see what happens. But just when you think they are ready to cave and give into their desires something unexpected happens. I can't wait for Understudy.