The Hope That Starts

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The Hope That Starts

The Hope That Starts If there s one thing Zelda Fitzpatrick is good at it s fandom She can out geek the geekiest Her devotion knows no bounds Her love is true her motives pure Oh and she s also a talented freelance pho

  • Title: The Hope That Starts
  • Author: Heidi Hutchinson
  • ISBN: 9781310118708
  • Page: 342
  • Format: ebook
  • If there s one thing Zelda Fitzpatrick is good at, it s fandom She can out geek the geekiest Her devotion knows no bounds Her love is true, her motives pure Oh, and she s also a talented freelance photographer, newly hired to go on the road with one of her favorite bands, Double Blind Study All she has to do is not ruin this opportunity with her nerdy references whicIf there s one thing Zelda Fitzpatrick is good at, it s fandom She can out geek the geekiest Her devotion knows no bounds Her love is true, her motives pure Oh, and she s also a talented freelance photographer, newly hired to go on the road with one of her favorite bands, Double Blind Study All she has to do is not ruin this opportunity with her nerdy references which are in abundance or her devout klutziness And she probably shouldn t fall madly in love with lead guitarist, Harrison O Neil who is taken Unfortunately.

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    1. Anjali on said:

      This is the first book i've read of this book and right now i am beating myself up for not having found about this author earlier because i freakin' LOVED IT!!It had everything i loved in it in just the right amounts. Like the weird nerdy but totally adorable heroine Zelda, a sweet rockstar hero Harrison and just the right amount of humor and angst. I loved the epilogue but it made me crave for more.It has made me eager to start reading the rest of the books in the series. This book has definite [...]

    2. Vonnielynn on said:

      How does Heidi do it?! How does she wrote such interesting characters. I loved this book. LOVED it. Any book that references my fandom and especially Doctor who will be a fast favorite. I read this book in less the 8 hours. The story moved well and I will definitely be telling the duck/elephant joke to my niece this weekend.

    3. Becca on said:

      I feel like The Hope That Starts is a whole tardis moment wrapped in a pretty little blue book. I think my favorite line is when Zelda says, "It's bigger on the inside,"The doctor who references alone are so wonderfully placed, maybe because I love River Song and the Doctor. I may have had my own geek moment where tears streaming down my face, when they were mentioned. I laughed out loud and cried quietly at different moments throughout, which honestly I'm not sure why some of them touched me so [...]

    4. Tina on said:

      Reviewed by Aly on behalf ofThe Book Landers YAY IT’S HARRISON’S STORY! Alright so I was super excited to get the chance to read The Hope that Starts because Harrison was a sweetheart in the previous books and I just love him so much! He’s such a sweetie and sigh, I’m gushing a bit.But in the prologue we see a different Harrison from the one that we usually see. This Harrison is introspective, sad and just not his usual happy-go-lucky self. It was different and appropriate for what’s g [...]

    5. Carien on said:

      I could not put it down! And no, I am not saying so because I received it in advance in exchange for an honest review. I can honestly say that these two main characters, like all the others, have been well developed and I laughed out loud and cried silent - and not so silent - tears with them. The disappointment when things looked bleak may very well have been more devastating for me and the box of tissues next to me than for Zelda and Harrison. Zelda's honesty and 'wear your heart on your sleev [...]

    6. Jenn's Book Obsession on said:

      I don't know what more I can say that I haven't already said about this author. Her writing is brilliant. Heidi Hutchinson has a gift that develops and grows stronger with each book she writes. I'm a huge fan of the DBS series and I have fallen in love with each band member and their significant others. I've always said that reading Heidi's books is like a breath of fresh air and I stand by those words. She doesn't need to add all that drama and sex to deliver a truly amazing intense and passion [...]

    7. Jamie on said:

      I am rather obsessed with this series. I am always a little bit amazed when I get an ARC instead of, well, a restraining order;)I thought that Deepest Blues was very secure in its spot as my favorite, but I am so in love with Nerd Love right now!! I laughed SO HARD! I wished evil upon a certain character! I cried! I had a big, stupid grin on my face in the end!Harrison and Zelda are just as insanely awesome as the rest of the gang, but as the "cute" one and the "weird" one they are unaware of th [...]

    8. Desirae (Dee) on said:

      I've read the whole Double Blind Study series, and I think this may just be my favorite. I thought it was Luke, but now I'm not so sure. Though each time Heidi releases a new one, I swear that one is my favorite. Her writing is just that dam good that it gets better and better with each book. Heidi seriously upped the swoon factor with Harrison, and she upped it BIG TIME. who knew the insecurities the poor guy was hiding, but then he meets Zelda and it's like this she'll cracks and he's just so [...]

    9. Jo on said:

      WARNING! Do not read this book in a public place if you are prone (like me) to ugly crying.I was lucky enough to receive an advance copy of this book from the author, and I took to messaging her as I was reading. You know, just so she knew I was reading it.As a bookworm with nerdish tendencies and a total love of this series, I must say that this book hit all the right notes for me. (Yes, I know that joke was lame, but I'm leaving it in).Although the story is lighter than the others, it still ha [...]

    10. Samantha Julmisse on said:

      I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review. As a blogger you come across a lot of different kinds of books. Many different genres, many different writing styles. You get asked to review great books, and then you get asked to review the mediocre to the sometimes sadly not too great at all books. Probably one of the best series I have ever been asked to review, this installment of the Double Blind Study series is another Medal of Honor to the series. Fantastically written, my favorite char [...]

    11. Trudy Dowling on said:

      OMG!!!!!!! I can't thank you enough Heidi Hutchinson. I had just finished a dark romance and needed something light. You took a very dark day and made it shine so bright. The Hope That Starts is my favorite book in the series, and I have loved them all. I have been looking forward to Harrison's story since book one. Harrison is such a wonderful character and such a gorgeous geek. He is so easy to love, but seemed to struggle with how to love. Bring in Zelda and the relationship battle begins. Ze [...]

    12. Andrea Doss on said:

      I loved this book! the characters were perfect together and the story was amazing!

    13. Lustful Literature on said:

      Jodie's ReviewSo here I go again saying THIS IS MY FAVORITE, I’m a book whore these things happen!!! But hands down I could not put this book down once I started it and I might have tried to claim I was sick at work just so I could get in some Harrison and Zelda in the bathroom! It happens don’t judge me. You know those books you just have to know the ending and you contemplate reading said ending but you don’t because you love all the feelings you are feeling. THAT IS WHAT HAPPENS WITH TH [...]

    14. Vivian Hollidee on said:

      This was actually the first novel that I've read authored by Heidi Hutchinson. Although I have read outstanding reviews from readers about her work, it just did not appeal to me. That being said, her writing prowess, character development, and hours of pure entertainment made me question my judgment and will surely read the REST of 'Double Blind Study' series.What attracted me to the story was the main character Zelda Fitzpatrick. She is just a joy! If she were a real person we'd be BFFs for sur [...]

    15. Kelsey on said:

      You know a book is good when you can’t put it down until it’s finished, I have had several books I have read that were truly amazing that my eyes wouldn't close until I finished it. Even when my eyes started to burn and droop from fatigue, I persevered because that’s what a good book will do to you. That is why I stayed up until 3:00 am to finish your book. I had to know how it ended! Let’s start by talking about Zelda. Love the name, recognized where it came from immediately since I use [...]

    16. Jana on said:

      *I received an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest reviewLet me just start by saying I have been a fan of Double Blind Study since book #1, and I would classify myself as a "Zelda", complete fan girl and nerd.I adored Zelda and all her weirdness! She was a very likable and relate-able character. I loved that she was not afraid to be herself- but at the same time, we got to look into her past and have a couple of sweet paragraphs with her parents that explain how she came to behave like [...]

    17. Stacy on said:

      I have loved all the Double Blind Study books but I must say this one is my favorite. I was a little worried because I was told this one was different from the others. It was but in a great way. I was in love with Zelda from the start. She was fun and sweet and not the typical lead in the books I have been reading. She just seemed like the girl next door and I wanted to be friends with her. I could see myself being friends with her she was just so fun and down to earth. The best thing about her [...]

    18. Undeniably Addicted to Books on said:

      RATING: 4 STARSIncredible, hooking, heartfelt, with just a touch of nerd. OK, a lot of nerd.Zelda Fitzgerald, photographer, nerd, fangirl. Harrison O'Neil, adorable, rock star, nerd. Zelda lands a job as an exclusive photographer for the band- her favourite band "Double Blind Study" during their next tour. And as she's incredibly stealthy, Harrison saves her from falling flat on her face on the first day of the cross-country tour, letting the love story unfold as it may from there.For real thoug [...]

    19. Ashley Barrett on said:

      Is there a way to give more than 5 stars?!If you are like me, you thought you liked the Double Blind Study series before, you were wrong. Okay, you weren't wrong, but you just didn't know how much more it was possible to LOVE a series, a couple, and a group of friends.Zelda is a fly-off-the-page ball of fun! Then you add Harrison to that swoon! Then add a dollop of Sway on the same bus and you find yourself with a whole new level of adoration! I think that Heidi Hutchinson creates the best cha [...]

    20. Laura on said:

      I <3 Zelda. I think I might fangirl her. Harrison wasn't my favorite, but I still liked him, especially since he's perfect for Zeldy. Since I know you always read your reviews, Heidi, I have to let you know I LOVE this series. I may cry ugly tears when it's over. I don't want it to end, but at the same time, I want Sway's book now. Like right NOW! :) (view spoiler)[I'm predicting Sway's gonna end up with the Author, Sullivan Summers, who's real name I'm gonna assume is Ryan (hide spoiler)]

    21. Shannon on said:

      When Harry Met Zeldy. ;)On the surface, The Hope That Starts is a sweet love story of a rockstar and a fangirl. But it is so much more than simply that. This band of brothers, the women they love and their respective stories are so uniquely created and thoughtfully developed by Heidi. 4.5 Rock Stars for the latest installment in the Double Blind Study series.

    22. Jenni Copeland Belanger on said:

      I received this book in exchange for a honest review from United Indie Book BlogBook 5 of the series. Omg so good I cried and I don't cry. Harrison and Zelda, nerd heaven. The story has moments where you laugh,groan, cry and sigh. I love this series should be on every book shelf of anyone who loves romance. It's EPIC

    23. United Indie Book Blog on said:

      I received this book in exchange for a honest review from United Indie Book BlogBook 5 of the series. Omg so good I cried and I don't cry. Harrison and Zelda, nerd heaven. The story has moments where you laugh,groan, cry and sigh. I love this series should be on every book shelf of anyone who loves romance. It's EPICReviewed by Jenni

    24. April Sellers on said:

      Loved this series! Loved reading about Zelda and Harrison. Can't wait to read about Sway. I loved the story plot, the characters everything about even how stubborn these guys are. Thanks Heidi for introducing me to them.

    25. Tonya Hodgson on said:

      Loved It! So far my favorite of the series. I love Zelda, Harrison, and Sway and that Heidi didn't feel the need to make it a love triangle.

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