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A new adult STANDALONE college romance from USA Today bestselling author Siobhan Davis. A troubled popstar forced into hiding… A sweet small-town girl overcoming tragedy… And the kind of love that only happens once in a lifetime. Dakota’s dreams of attending Juilliard were shattered the night tragedy struck her family. It’s one year later, and she’s now enrolled at a local u A new adult STANDALONE college romance from USA Today bestselling author Siobhan Davis. A troubled popstar forced into hiding… A sweet small-town girl overcoming tragedy… And the kind of love that only happens once in a lifetime. Dakota’s dreams of attending Juilliard were shattered the night tragedy struck her family. It’s one year later, and she’s now enrolled at a local university trying to piece her life back together. Shawn is one of the world’s most famous faces, having lived under a spotlight since his star exploded when he was fourteen. Now jaded by an industry forcing him to perform music he no longer enjoys, he craves normalcy and the opportunity to rediscover his muse. When a crazy stalker gets too close, and death threats start mounting, Shawn’s management team comes up with a plan—one which will allow him to work on his latest album while staying incognito on a college campus. Romance is the last thing on Dakota’s mind, but after she crosses paths with a hot, prickly cutie with rock-hard abs and smoldering good looks, she can’t shake him from her thoughts. Shawn can’t afford to bring any girl into his fucked-up life, but the gorgeous blonde with the sad blue eyes captivates him in a way no girl ever has, and he finds himself falling hard and fast. But outside forces are conspiring against them. When danger draws closer, and secrets are revealed, will their love survive?


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A new adult STANDALONE college romance from USA Today bestselling author Siobhan Davis. A troubled popstar forced into hiding… A sweet small-town girl overcoming tragedy… And the kind of love that only happens once in a lifetime. Dakota’s dreams of attending Juilliard were shattered the night tragedy struck her family. It’s one year later, and she’s now enrolled at a local u A new adult STANDALONE college romance from USA Today bestselling author Siobhan Davis. A troubled popstar forced into hiding… A sweet small-town girl overcoming tragedy… And the kind of love that only happens once in a lifetime. Dakota’s dreams of attending Juilliard were shattered the night tragedy struck her family. It’s one year later, and she’s now enrolled at a local university trying to piece her life back together. Shawn is one of the world’s most famous faces, having lived under a spotlight since his star exploded when he was fourteen. Now jaded by an industry forcing him to perform music he no longer enjoys, he craves normalcy and the opportunity to rediscover his muse. When a crazy stalker gets too close, and death threats start mounting, Shawn’s management team comes up with a plan—one which will allow him to work on his latest album while staying incognito on a college campus. Romance is the last thing on Dakota’s mind, but after she crosses paths with a hot, prickly cutie with rock-hard abs and smoldering good looks, she can’t shake him from her thoughts. Shawn can’t afford to bring any girl into his fucked-up life, but the gorgeous blonde with the sad blue eyes captivates him in a way no girl ever has, and he finds himself falling hard and fast. But outside forces are conspiring against them. When danger draws closer, and secrets are revealed, will their love survive?

30 review for Incognito

  1. 4 out of 5

    Siobhan Davis

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  2. 5 out of 5

    Tasha and Megan Mahoney

    I really enjoyed reading Incognito by Siobhan Davis. It wasn’t your basic rock star romance or your basic college romance. It squished the two together in a blender and made a wonderful mix of sweet, sexy, suspenseful and had a really good twist at the end that totally bamboozled me. There were some wonderful characters, Dakota’s circle of friends, so different yet so caring and fun and the wonderful head of security Devin and his delightful family. There were some tense moments, and some moments I really enjoyed reading Incognito by Siobhan Davis. It wasn’t your basic rock star romance or your basic college romance. It squished the two together in a blender and made a wonderful mix of sweet, sexy, suspenseful and had a really good twist at the end that totally bamboozled me. There were some wonderful characters, Dakota’s circle of friends, so different yet so caring and fun and the wonderful head of security Devin and his delightful family. There were some tense moments, and some moments when I cussed out the male protagonist but admittedly I have a soft spot for him. There were a healthy dose of people that, if this were a pantomime, we would hiss every time they got on stage. I really did love the ending of Incognito and felt like I’d been taken on a fabulous ride. All in all this was a solidly paced, interesting, tense at times, romantic journey. Thanks to Siobhan Davis and Social Butterfly PR for granting me an ARC copy of Incognito. This is my honest review.

  3. 3 out of 5

    Dianne

    Love conquers all, pain from the past, misguided lies of omission and an ever-present danger lurking deep in the shadows. INCOGNITO by Siobhan Davis the slow-building romantic tale of a rockstar in hiding, who has no time for love and a beautiful college student who gave up her dreams after a family tragedy that continues to haunt her. Prepare for that romantic meltdown as one very hot, very masculine rockstar finds he cannot resist the beautiful small town woman who has no idea who he is, but is Love conquers all, pain from the past, misguided lies of omission and an ever-present danger lurking deep in the shadows. INCOGNITO by Siobhan Davis the slow-building romantic tale of a rockstar in hiding, who has no time for love and a beautiful college student who gave up her dreams after a family tragedy that continues to haunt her. Prepare for that romantic meltdown as one very hot, very masculine rockstar finds he cannot resist the beautiful small town woman who has no idea who he is, but is definitely that “soulmate” he never knew he was looking for. Shawn craves normalcy, to be liked for himself, not his fame. He also wants to stay alive as he is stalked by thugs and threats of death. Why not hide away on a college campus? Dakota has no interest in romance, she is faced with giving up her dreams of dancing to fill the shoes of her sister’s ghost. But every night, she lives her dreams. Hold on to your heartstrings, because this one is pure romantic bliss with a touch of danger, some definite suspense and a true test of what real love is, through the good, the bad and the ugly. Siobhan Davis whipped up a delightful cast with a few twists to spice things up! The result? A love story that will be challenged by human flaws, human fears and human frailties. High on romantic moments, and low on angst, I’m not sure Cupid could have told a better story than Siobhan Davis! I received a complimentary ARC edition from Siobhan Davis! Publication Date: June 30, 2018 Publisher: Siobhan Davis Genre: New Adult Romantic Suspense Available from: Amazon For Reviews, Giveaways, Fabulous Book News, follow: http://tometender.blogspot.com

  4. 5 out of 5

    Dali

    Sex, secrets and rock and roll. With Incognito, Siobhan Davis puts a new adult twist in one of romance’s most attractive genres, because who doesn’t like a rock god bad boy with a heart of gold? Her dreams of going to Julliard were within her grasp until a tragic event shattered not only Dakota’s ambitions but her family as well. Moving forward seems impossible, especially when she’s living someone else’s live by enrolling at a local university. But an accidental meeting with the school’s new gru Sex, secrets and rock and roll. With Incognito, Siobhan Davis puts a new adult twist in one of romance’s most attractive genres, because who doesn’t like a rock god bad boy with a heart of gold? Her dreams of going to Julliard were within her grasp until a tragic event shattered not only Dakota’s ambitions but her family as well. Moving forward seems impossible, especially when she’s living someone else’s live by enrolling at a local university. But an accidental meeting with the school’s new grumpy hottie is proving to be a welcome change of pace. Shawn needs a change of scenery. Having found fame and fortune at the young age of fourteen has made him weary, untrusting and uninspired. He needs to work on his new album, but it’s impossible with the constant threats and lack of a muse. So when his team proposes he hide in plain sight on a college campus, he readily accepts. He never expected to fall rooftop ballerina who light his soul and fueled his creativity. He shouldn’t bring trouble to her doorstep, but can he stay away? A will she forgive him for the secrets he’s kept? Davis is a master at writing characters with tormented pasts that drive her drama filled romances. Incognito is one such story that kept me turning pages desperately wanting to see how the plot would unfold. I was saddened by Dakota’s loss and troubled family life which seeped into her brelationship and enjoyed Shawn’s transformation from immature bad boy to adoring and protective boyfriend. Shawn and Dakota’s relationship toed the insta-love line. It was intense and went through a series of ups and downs as they got to know one another. Overall though it was sweet, swoony and sexy. And as an added bonus, Siobhan did a wonderful crossover with the main characters from Inseparable, another emotional and touching standalone by Davis. I enjoyed catching up with Devin and Ange and liked how Devin served as an older brother type figure for Shawn. Incognito is a rock star standalone new adult romance by Siobhan Davis. It is and engaging read, told from both points of view with a happy ending. Amazon -> https://amzn.to/2MjR8lm * I was given an ARC of this book courtesy of the author. The excerpts are from that copy. I am voluntarily reviewing this title. * Stalk me on FaceBook * Twitter * Pinterest Book Teasers * More reviews

  5. 4 out of 5

    Randi ❤ LoveSawyer.com

    Find this review and more like it on www.kisslikeagirl.com 4.5/5 Isn't this just a gorgeous cover? I absolutely love it, it's sweet and simple. Although I have to admit, I am rather jealous of her hair... Incognito is a book with all the drama of university, and the passion of a rockstar romance! Of course, I loved it! My heart absolutely broke as we learned Dakota's story. She was far too young to have experienced so much pain. It seemed the poor girl could never catch a break. I could feel her utt Find this review and more like it on www.kisslikeagirl.com 4.5/5 Isn't this just a gorgeous cover? I absolutely love it, it's sweet and simple. Although I have to admit, I am rather jealous of her hair... Incognito is a book with all the drama of university, and the passion of a rockstar romance! Of course, I loved it! My heart absolutely broke as we learned Dakota's story. She was far too young to have experienced so much pain. It seemed the poor girl could never catch a break. I could feel her utter hopelessness as she broke down time and time again. I liked Shawn a lot. He had big secrets, but I cared about him. As much as I don't like some of the choices he made, he was going the best he could given the situation he was in. However, there were a lot of convenient coincidences that kept him from telling the truth. I really wanted to give this book 5 stars. But when push came to shove, I really couldn't find it in me to like Dakota. I felt for her, I wanted her to be happy in the same way I want everyone to be happy, but I couldn't like her. She refused to fight for Shawn and I found that so off-putting. Every time there was a problem in the relationship, she would sit on her butt and wait for him to fix things. When he didn't do it fast enough she would write him off as being over her. she would quickly give up on him and their relationship. The rockstar in hiding was an interesting twist on a much-loved but overdone trope. This book touched upon issues of stalkers, dysfunctional families, grief and mental illness and handled them all in a compassionate manner. Incognito was an engaging read. I was hooked from the first page and putting it down simply wasn't an option. There was a whole lot of angst, insta-love, suspense and a few grand romantic gestures. It was a well written and engaging read that had me staying up until 3 AM to finish.

  6. 3 out of 5

    Carrie (The Butterfly Reader)

    4.5 Stars I feel so lucky to have gotten an ARC of this book. It sounded so good and sadly, I'd never heard of this author, now I plan to binge read as much of her stuff as I can. This story was that good. Dakota has been through a lot in her short life and it's changed her and not really for the best, she's now trying to become her sister, just to make her family happy. Enter Shawn, a famous pop star hiding out from a stalker that's tried to kill him and even broke into his house trying to find 4.5 Stars I feel so lucky to have gotten an ARC of this book. It sounded so good and sadly, I'd never heard of this author, now I plan to binge read as much of her stuff as I can. This story was that good. Dakota has been through a lot in her short life and it's changed her and not really for the best, she's now trying to become her sister, just to make her family happy. Enter Shawn, a famous pop star hiding out from a stalker that's tried to kill him and even broke into his house trying to find him. They end up at the same college, the same major. They are drawn to each other rather quickly but they start this cat and mouse game where they keep pushing each other away and then pulling each other close. But once all the secrets come out and Kota finds out who Shawn really is, will it be a happily ever after? I really enjoyed this book, it had me laughing out loud at Tabs and her blunt mouth, crying at the way her father treated her, and then smiling like a loser during the sweet romantic moments. This book gave me all the feels and it's now become one of my favorites. The only thing that keeps me from a full five star rating is the ending.... it ended perfectly but there was something right before the end that just didn't sit well with me. I will just say that Kota is too forgiving of someone she shouldn't have ever forgiven. That's just my personal opinion and it no way really effects the story at all. The writing is fun, witty, and modern. The characters are all great and I do feel they are all flushed out nicely, the humor in this best reminds me a lot of JLA novels, which I love. All in all, this book is great and I love it so much.

  7. 4 out of 5

    MiraJane

    This is the first time I’ve truly been disappointed in one of Siobhan Davis’ books. Sure, some of her books I’ve had some issues with, but I usually found them minor compared with all the awesome drama, conflicts and romance I got in bucketloads instead. In this case it just did not do I for me on any level. I admit that it was kind of cool that this story played out in the same universe as inseparable and it was really nice to step into Devin and Ange’s lives again, to see them take part in this This is the first time I’ve truly been disappointed in one of Siobhan Davis’ books. Sure, some of her books I’ve had some issues with, but I usually found them minor compared with all the awesome drama, conflicts and romance I got in bucketloads instead. In this case it just did not do I for me on any level. I admit that it was kind of cool that this story played out in the same universe as inseparable and it was really nice to step into Devin and Ange’s lives again, to see them take part in this plot as well (although, why is it a stand alone? This could as well have been called Inseparable, book two). There is however a negative side of having both stories in the same world. Inseparable with all its heartbreak, eye-dripping drama, originality and beautiful and shocking storyline leaves a high quality bar, that this book sadly could not measure up to. I genuinely felt that there was no unique or original thought or plot here. I found the book filled with overused clichés like the girls becoming besties from day one in college, protagonist not looking for relationship in the beginning, lazy insta-love, guy becoming interested in girl just for the fact that she is “not like anyone else” and not starstruck. That’s just to name a few. I have a whole list I wrote down. It’s just not the clichés either. The whole plot feels like I’ve already seen it before. In fact it is way to similar to some of Davis’ other books. It had the same aspects as the clueless ex still thinking he has a shot, a bitchy psychotic popular girl bullying the protagonist, overly profound dialogues, too much PDA and similar conflicts and endings where everything suddenly is all handy dandy, everyone is happy and everything works out. Was it only me, or was Dakota almost a copy of Faye from the Kennedy Brothers? She had kind of the same - over-confident, preaching about honesty and taking no crap from anyone - kind of attitude. Her whole personality all typical Faye, but with the twist of being awkward (I can’t have been the only one finding it cringey that she went to an abandoned roof to dance her grief away at midnight. Sane people don’t do that. Not even in grief) and a bit too full of herself. Only she was allowed to make mistakes and that showed very clearly in her relationship with Shawn. She got mad at him for the most silly thing (e.g. misunderstanding a situation) and basically broke it off because of it. Twice (or trice technically). Instead of admitting she overreacted she expected him to reach out and apologize. It always had to be these big gestures as well. Otherwise it wasn’t good enough. Then she, the little hypocrite, goes and does the same thing and she doesn’t even acknowledge it nor does he get mad at her. The whole relationship felt very one sided with him always having to make it up to her, making the first move, reaching out, chasing her, confessing feelings. She had him wrapped around her pinky, dragging him along and could not for once met him halfway. When she found out the the threats Shawn was accosted to, she didn’t even consider or worry for his well-being. No, she got mad at him for putting her in “danger”. Excuse my French, but what a bitch! For being somewhat of a pushover, I actually kind of liked Shawn. He acted like a decent guy under bad circumstances and made up for past mistakes in a natural, unforced way. That however was probably the only thing that felt realistic and natural. No one in this book could for one second have a normal dialogue or discussion. It was always profound, deep and meaningful. Declarations of understanding and love being the one most overused. Make it a rule to have more ordinary dialogues than profound ones, please. Because you won’t find ordinary people in real life talking like that. Especially all the time. The worst of the worst was the unrealistic antagonists. From the beginning they were described as clever. But how exactly? Because they were straight up amateurs in my eyes. It’s basic villain101 that you don’t identify yourself with names, and under no circumstances do you reveal your whole plan. Not only is it cliche. It’s the most dumb villains ever. At last we have the huge plot-hole which I’ve come to call the Hannah Montana plot-hole. If you know the Disney show you probably know what I’m referring to already. It’s so ridiculously dumb to think that a wig and different colored contact lenses can make a person disappear and no one will know who he is. Like human kind has lost the ability to recognize a face as long as the hair and eyes are different. It’s unrealism to a stupid degree, because there is just no way, especially if you are the “hottest, sexiest, most-in-demand rock star” (an actual quote from the book). It doesn’t matter if you are a fan or not. As long as you’ve seen the person often enough (which you usually have if he really is that famous), you can put two and two together effing easy. Shawn even met a big fan several times and she couldn’t tell. Just the first week walking around campus around people, he would have been found out if it was real life. Just think if it was ... I don’t know, Justin Bieber or Brad Pitt, walking around a university with a wig on. Is there really anyone out there naive enough to think they would be undetected for months? What annoyed me the most was that they were afraid his singing voice would blow his cover. Not his FACE, but his voice. Need I really explain why his voice is highly unlikely the reason why he would be recognized? Siobhan Davis really needs to change up her game, think over the plot and protagonists and antagonists. I have seen her write amazing unique and strong stories, one of the best being inseparable. So I know she can be and is an amazing author. She just really needs to find new ideas and originality so it won’t become this repetitive again. I am voluntarily reviewing an advance complimentary copy of this book

  8. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    First of all, what a smoking hot book! Ugh, I love Siobhan Davis’s writing, it’s so angst-filled and addicting. I think my favorite thing about Incognito was the slow-building romance between the Rockstar world’s bad boy Shawn Lucas and the small-town sweetheart Dakota. From the very start their relationship was fun and meaningful and I love how long it actually took them to be together. “I can’t lose her. I can’t lose this connection. Not when I’m finally starting to feel like me. Not when I’ve First of all, what a smoking hot book! Ugh, I love Siobhan Davis’s writing, it’s so angst-filled and addicting. I think my favorite thing about Incognito was the slow-building romance between the Rockstar world’s bad boy Shawn Lucas and the small-town sweetheart Dakota. From the very start their relationship was fun and meaningful and I love how long it actually took them to be together. “I can’t lose her. I can’t lose this connection. Not when I’m finally starting to feel like me. Not when I’ve finally found a girl worth living for.” The biggest problem though? Shawn is in hiding so Dakota thinks he is someone completely different. This book is jam-packed full of secrets, lies and so much pain. Shoot, even death threats and kidnapping! It’s also full of the most intense love-story I have read about in a long time and I was completely hypnotized by it. I mean can’t take my eye’s off the pages hypnotized. It’s a crazy combination I know, but trust me when I say, it flows so well together that you will just want to fly through the pages to get to the end like I was. Plus suspense and romance go together so well and I think that’s why I was so hooked. “My heart beats only for you, and I know you said you only wanted to be friends, but I can’t just be your friend.” He pulls me closer. “Not when I want so much more.” If you’re looking for a book with characters you will absolutely love, words and feelings that pull on your heartstrings like no other and some suspense to pick up the pace then Incognito by Siobhan Davis is for you! I loved it and I highly recommend this one! Plus, I’m totally in Shawn Lucas’s fan club now ;) **Thank you to the author and publisher for a copy for review.**

  9. 3 out of 5

    Siobhan

    Since my first Siobhan Davis read, she has been an author I will dive into the moment I get her next release on my Kindle. In other words, I’m a big fan. Incognito screamed out to me more than the average Siobhan Davis read, though, as rock star romances are some of my favourites. In fact, they’re probably my biggest weakness. Unfortunately, I was moving house when this came through to my Kindle. I had wanted to dive straight into Incognito the first moment I could, yet I had to hold off until I Since my first Siobhan Davis read, she has been an author I will dive into the moment I get her next release on my Kindle. In other words, I’m a big fan. Incognito screamed out to me more than the average Siobhan Davis read, though, as rock star romances are some of my favourites. In fact, they’re probably my biggest weakness. Unfortunately, I was moving house when this came through to my Kindle. I had wanted to dive straight into Incognito the first moment I could, yet I had to hold off until I was able to update my Kindle and was done with moving things around. It was a painful wait, especially when I could see other people were reading and enjoying this one, but it was worth the wait. You see, once I started reading Incognito it quickly became another Siobhan Davis read that I had to complete in a single sitting. Once I started, I could not put it down. The story sucked me in and left me wanting more, leaving me turning pages at a rapid pace as I ignored the world around me. All in all, Siobhan Davis has given us another winner. If I’m being completely honest, of her first two books that are complete standalones, I loved Incognito so much more. Sure, Inseparable was an enjoyable read – yet it pales in comparison to Incognito. This may just be personal preference because Incognito is more in line with the storylines I like, but I’m fairly certain a lot of people are going to agree that Incognito is an even more powerful standalone than Inseparable. Whilst I’m on the topic of Inseparable, before I go deep into this fan girl review, know you get a bit of cross over with this one. Did you want to know what happened to the Inseparable characters a few years down the line, did you want to know what comes next? Well, the characters appear in this one. You do not need to have read Inseparable to understand their role in this story, but it is a nice little insight for those who wanted to see the ‘what came next’. Now, onto the good stuff. As I’ve mentioned repeatedly, I’m a big lover of rock star romances. Mix a rock star romance with one of my favourite authors and I had extremely high expectations for this one. Fortunately, it more than delivered. Whether you’re a Siobhan Davis fan or a rock star romance fan, I’m positive this story will grab you tight and refuse to let go. You see, although I adore rock star romances, I sometimes feel as though we’re not given anything new. With Incognito, we take a step back from the norm in the genre. Sure, we see some of the usual rock star romance tropes, but Siobhan Davis brings her own spin to the story. We have the usual abundance of emotion that you find in a Siobhan Davis read, we have scenes that are more in line with your typical college romance rather than your typical rock star romance, and we have an overall refreshing story. Things are a little bit on the insta-love side of things, if I’m honest, and it did take me a few chapters to fall completely in love with the romance building between our leads, but once the story was going I was addicted. I feel in love with our characters and the drama that surrounded their lives, I feel in love with all the different emotions that came to light as we learned more about the different situations, and I feel in love with all the different events that played out. There was plenty of everything to keep you hooked – drama, some humour, emotion, action, and plenty of the wonderful romance Siobhan Davis is known for. In fact, I’m willing to put this down as one of my favourite rock star romances. It really stood out as something different, ensuring it will remain with me for quite some time. Having read so many rock star romances and having some long-term favourites it is hard for any new book in the genre to knock my number one spot down to second place, but Incognito certainly earns a spot in my top ten. Actually, it earns a spot in my top five. Without a doubt, Siobhan Davis has done it again. I could wax lyrical all day long about how wonderful this story is (or, at the very least, I could try, but I’m dubious about my ability to sound like anything other than a mess of a fangirl), but whatever I say will pale in comparison to the feels you will get throughout Incognito. As I said, if you’re a fan of Siobhan Davis or rock star romances you need to read Incognito.

  10. 3 out of 5

    Cassandra (Thebookishcrypt)

    *ARC provided in exchange for an honest review* Trigger warning: This book deals with dark topics. I'm keeping it vague cause of spoilers but just be careful. Do not read this if you're in a bad place, like I was. I had to take a break because I was hit with these things out of nowhere and I was not in the mood for them. Either way, my 2 star rating mostly has to do with the fact that I didn't believe the chemistry between the two main characters. I just couldn't get on board with it no matter ho *ARC provided in exchange for an honest review* Trigger warning: This book deals with dark topics. I'm keeping it vague cause of spoilers but just be careful. Do not read this if you're in a bad place, like I was. I had to take a break because I was hit with these things out of nowhere and I was not in the mood for them. Either way, my 2 star rating mostly has to do with the fact that I didn't believe the chemistry between the two main characters. I just couldn't get on board with it no matter how hard I tried. It wasn't anything they did in particular, it's just that they seemed more interesting as individuals than as a couple. This book follows Dakota, who is dealing with grief due to a tragedy in the family and Shawn, a famous musician who has to go incognito due to a stalker. Shawn ends up at the same school that Dakota is attending and even though they are both dealing with their own issues that prevents them from opening up to others, they can't avoid their feelings for long. This was my first Siobhan book and I won't go out of my way to pick up another but I won't say no either. I am curious to see how I would feel about her other characters. But the major problem I had with this novel, besides the romance, was the writing. Siobhan tried so hard to make it sound modern that it was not believable whatsoever. At one point there was a line that literally said "in the feels" and I don't know about you but I did not like that at all. It wasn't even said in a sarcastic, ironic way; It was serious and I just couldn't get past it. Some of the expressions were... unsavory and I couldn't picture real people speaking that way in any real life scenario. There were also some things that happened that were way too sudden to believe. They felt like they were just thrown in there for shock value instead of actually being thought out. I don't know if it makes sense but it prevented me from actually caring about most of the plot line and that wasn't fun. One thing I did like was that this was a fairly quick read to get through and it is a new adult novel so I don't recommend it for readers under 18. 2/5 stars.

  11. 5 out of 5

    ♡ Jeri's Book Attic ♡ I like

    If you would request that I describe Incognito by Siobhan Davis with one word that word would be DOOMED When you are reading a lot of books you might have come across a plot looking like this one once or twice already. But I am pretty sure it only LOOKED like this plot - because honestly sofar I never read a story of two persons in this situation that felt so doomed from the beginning. Imagine a typical storyline ... and than think again adding a twist and turn at every possible corner. When the f If you would request that I describe Incognito by Siobhan Davis with one word that word would be DOOMED When you are reading a lot of books you might have come across a plot looking like this one once or twice already. But I am pretty sure it only LOOKED like this plot - because honestly sofar I never read a story of two persons in this situation that felt so doomed from the beginning. Imagine a typical storyline ... and than think again adding a twist and turn at every possible corner. When the focus of a relationship should be going forward - here in this story the author tortures his leadas not only by going forward and backward but also be going in circles. So its character torture at its finest. And I loved every second of it. Being on Top of everything - seperated from the real world and being in the spotlight - dissected - subjected to the mercy of the public eye - basically public property - that is Shawn our male lead here. At the Bottom of everything - at least when it comes to personal wishes, hopes and loss - that is Dakota These two could not be more different and more perfect together. Their story is a trainwreck waiting to happen. As a reader you get the front row - including the "no don't do that please" moments where you know what will happen, that it will be bad but you still get the reasons. Talking about a rock and a hard place. A thought that crossed my mind was that I felt our leads should have been a year or two older. There were some plot related moments that had me feeling this way. Everything was perfectly working from the timeline its just a very personal feeling. On a sidenote - I was pleased to read that the author did not let go of two of my favorite previous characters. I was delighted to see them here in a secondary but still centere role. I am not sure if Inseperable and Incognito are ment to be a series or not but due to the reoccuring characters I would suggest reading Inseperable first - also because its a great story. Incognito is slighty sweeter than Inseperable was. Reading the story of Shawn and Dakota did not nearly hurt so much as the other book. But here it was really intersiting how many missunderstandings could be placed in one story and magically the story did not suffer. If anything it became more intriguing. ═══ PLEASE SUBSCRIBE / LIKE / FOLLOW US ════ Blog : https://www.jerisbookattic.com FB Page : https://www.facebook.com/JerisBookAttic Twitter : https://twitter.com/JeriTRyan Goodreads : https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/2... Bloglovin : https://www.bloglovin.com/@jerisbooka... Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/jeris_book_...

  12. 3 out of 5

    Denali

    *I was a lucky fish to receive an ARC Incognito, like all of Siobhan's books are just plain amazing. Siobhan manages to make you feel for the character and makes you grow to love them. Within the first page of Incognito, I was sucked in to Dakota's and Shawn's story. Dakota I have got to say is one of my favorite NA heroines. She's so strong. I love how she doesn't take any BS and really grows up in the novel. There are so many demons she has to fight. I love how she is courageous in growing and *I was a lucky fish to receive an ARC Incognito, like all of Siobhan's books are just plain amazing. Siobhan manages to make you feel for the character and makes you grow to love them. Within the first page of Incognito, I was sucked in to Dakota's and Shawn's story. Dakota I have got to say is one of my favorite NA heroines. She's so strong. I love how she doesn't take any BS and really grows up in the novel. There are so many demons she has to fight. I love how she is courageous in growing and really achieving her dreams. Shawn I have to go say really took a while to grow on me. Shawn was one of those heroes who I really wanted to bang in the head and then hug 🤗 him at the same time. However, Shawn's heart of gold really made me fall for him. I can see what Dakota saw in him. The romance and suspense in this book really added a lot to this book. I really love the forbidden element in this book. Shawn and Dakota are so wrong for each other yet they are so right. Their qualities really make them perfect for each other. They are stronger together. Another thing I love about their love story is the steaminess. I like how there is real emotion to the sex scenes. There was great chemistry in the pages, but it didn't feel forced. The suspense in this book really threw in some nice unexpected twists. I really like how there are lies and deception. Siobhan does a great job resolving the conflict. The secondary characters in this book really added a lot. I really loved seeing Devin and Angelina from Inseparable. But, man the best friends and some of the people Dakota and Shawn encounter are truly really cruel. However, the good thing was there wasn't any OTT drama. In summary, another amazing book from the diva 👩‍🎤 Siobhan Davis. I really enjoyed this book and I hope she continues to write more new adult contemporary romance.

  13. 3 out of 5

    Jessica Calla

    LOVE LOVE LOVE. Another great romance by Siobhan Davis, this time, in a college setting (my fave) with wonderful, emotional characters (not to mention that cover with all the gorgeous hair!), and a story that will have you swiping the pages of your Kindle all through the night. Wonderful book from a wonderful author!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Nadine

    Incognito is one of the better rock star romances I’ve read. I’m usually not a fan of rock star romances because they’re almost always clichéd and full of tropes. However, Davis uses the typical rock star arc only as a backdrop for her character, thereby getting rid of almost all the annoying tropes, especially the groupies. Davis excels at creating perfectly balanced male characters so that they have the typical alpha male characteristics without being disgustingly overbearing or domineering. Le Incognito is one of the better rock star romances I’ve read. I’m usually not a fan of rock star romances because they’re almost always clichéd and full of tropes. However, Davis uses the typical rock star arc only as a backdrop for her character, thereby getting rid of almost all the annoying tropes, especially the groupies. Davis excels at creating perfectly balanced male characters so that they have the typical alpha male characteristics without being disgustingly overbearing or domineering. Levi is a well-constructed, swoon worthy male character. He’s dominant but not overbearing and protective but not condescending. Davis toes the line of alpha male character with ease. Dakota is an interesting character in that she wrestles with loss and family issues. Dakota is guarded yet carefree. I enjoyed reading about her family dynamic, though I wish there were more flashbacks to really cement what Davis was trying to accomplish. Levi and Dakota’s chemistry sizzles off the pages, especially at the beginning. They go through an enemies to friends to lovers kind of arc, so if you’re a fan of either of those relationship trajectories, you’ll enjoy their romance. It’s full of witty and seductive banter, drama, and action. I cannot wait for Tabs’ book. She’s hilarious and deserves her own story! Overall, Incognito is an enjoyable rock star romance if you’re sick of all the clichés and tropes. ***I received an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review.

  15. 4 out of 5

    AJ

    “Sometimes, people come into our lives with the power to change us forever.” 3 stars! Shawn Lucas is a popstar who has lost his way. Famous since he exploded onto the music scene at age 15, he has become the puppet of his label, performing music he doesn’t even like, and he has completely lost himself. He has recovered after spiralling into a life of alcohol and women, but has now become the victim of a crazed stalker who is becoming increasingly dangerous. Desperate to escape his life for a bit, “Sometimes, people come into our lives with the power to change us forever.” 3 stars! Shawn Lucas is a popstar who has lost his way. Famous since he exploded onto the music scene at age 15, he has become the puppet of his label, performing music he doesn’t even like, and he has completely lost himself. He has recovered after spiralling into a life of alcohol and women, but has now become the victim of a crazed stalker who is becoming increasingly dangerous. Desperate to escape his life for a bit, and craving the safety of anonymity, his ‘team’ get him out of LA for a while, and he moves to Iowa to under the assumed name of Levi, to attend some college courses and enjoy a ‘normal’ life for a while. Dakota is a girl who has lost everything. Following the devastating death of her sister, her family has fallen apart, and her dream of dancing at Juilliard seems gone forever. Instead she is following in her sister’s footsteps, attending the University of Iowa for an accounting degree that will see her working at her father’s business. It’s not the future she wants, but it’s the future she’s now working towards, while trying to keep her family together and still struggling to deal with her crippling grief over her sister’s death. Dakota and ‘Levi’ meet on campus, and don’t have the best first impressions of each other. In fact, it goes pretty badly, and their initial interactions are full of snark and antagonism – all highly entertaining. “Ugh. Did you seriously just wink at me like some sleazy lothario?” “Did you seriously just use the word lothario?” But Shawn recognises something in Dakota – a lonely sadness that he relates to all too well, and he finds himself drawn to her in a way that he hasn’t experienced before. A slow friendship develops, and they both find themselves unexpectedly falling for the other. “Why are you doing this? Being nice to me?” “I see you, Dakota,” he whispers. “And I want to help.” He claws a hand through his hair, and I’m envious. I want to be the one doing that. “I know I shouldn’t, but I can’t fight it anymore.” As much as they are feeling it, and want to pursue the chemistry that simmers between them, Dakota doesn’t feel ready for a relationship, and Shawn has no intention of dragging Dakota into the danger surrounding him. So all of that sexual tension just bubbles away as they grow closer, until it hits boiling point and they can’t hold back any longer. “My heart beats only for you, and I know you said you only wanted to be friends, but I can’t just be your friend.” He pulls me closer. “Not when I want so much more.” I won’t go into too much detail, because while it’s pretty obvious where the story is going, the way it happens and all the twists and turns along the way are certainly surprising. There’s no denying the connection that these two share – their sexy time is absolutely steaming, and more than that, their feelings for each other are sure and strong. But there is so much for them to overcome – not the least of which is Shawn’s true identity – and it’s a rollercoaster ride watching it all play out. The strength of my feelings for this girl never ceases to amaze and unnerve me. I really liked Shawn and Dakota as characters, and the love story between them is just gorgeous. Their feelings are intense pretty quickly, but these two both needed somebody, a connection and understanding, and they found that in each other, and I loved seeing them find that in each other, and it worked for the story. I can’t lose her. I can’t lose this connection. Not when I’m finally starting to feel like me. Not when I’ve finally found a girl worth living for. There is drama, intrigue and suspense as their relationship plays out, and while I enjoyed seeing them embrace their feelings for each other, there were aspects of their relationship that I struggled with. Some would call it angst, others would call it emotional turmoil, and there are plenty of readers who love that, but I call it annoying and I’m not a fan. (view spoiler)[ There was too much back and forth, stupid decisions that you know are going to come back and bite them, and the most irritating aspect - their whip-fast turnarounds and lack of trust in each other. With all that they’ve been through and all that they’ve experienced together, I would have expected them to have a bit more faith in each other, and it was frustrating that that wasn’t the case. And the issue with Shawn’s true identify got drawn out too long so that the reveal becomes eye-rollingly stupid. And WTF was up with Shawn’s assistant? Why on earth did it take him so long to scrape the psycho-clinger off? I get that he’s a good guy, but come on!! (hide spoiler)] But regardless of my issues, I did enjoy this book. The emotion is really nicely written, I loved the elements of family, and the inclusion of Dakota’s friends, and I was hooked, wanting so badly for Shawn and Dakota to get their happy ending! There’s a fun tie in to Davis’ earlier release Inseparable, which I’m sure fans will love – and even though I haven’t read it, I thought that Devin was a fantastic addition to the story and I loved the friendship that he and Shawn developed. The story ends well with lots of feels and a really sweet epilogue that finishes everything off nicely. 3 stars! An Advanced Review Copy was generously provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Terri Lynn

    Author- Siobhan Davis < The one and only! Release date- June 30th, 2018 Free with kindle subscription or one click. Prologue, 38 chapters, plus epilogue. Shawn and Dakota's perspective. Shawn and Dakota both had hardship, and learning to deal with the obstacles life tosses at them. I love how she wrote Shawn & Dakota so strong, yet broken on the inside.This is one heck of a journey. A journey I escaped in and did not want it to end. I could not of asked for better This authors writing alwa Author- Siobhan Davis < The one and only! Release date- June 30th, 2018 Free with kindle subscription or one click. Prologue, 38 chapters, plus epilogue. Shawn and Dakota's perspective. Shawn and Dakota both had hardship, and learning to deal with the obstacles life tosses at them. I love how she wrote Shawn & Dakota so strong, yet broken on the inside.This is one heck of a journey. A journey I escaped in and did not want it to end. I could not of asked for better This authors writing always grips me from the very beginning. And even though I loved the ending, I hate to see it end. Her writing pulls me in, makes me feel like I am in the book, Makes me feel deeply connected to the characters. image: No one writes angst, love, happy for now endings like Siobhan Davis! Her writing truly is unique. There is times I felt angry with Shawn, and Dakota, Even through they made me frustrated at times, I loved them even more. There was times these characters had me laughing out loud, and my family looked at me crazy. They also had me swooning. *Fanning my self* I shed a couple of tears for Dakota. I couldn't imagine being in her shoes, and having to feel like she does. Living the life for someone she lost is just so sad. And Siobhan Davis nailed every situation perfectly. I love to escape in a good romance. Lots of in between to keep you swiping through these pages. I just loved these characters. I wouldn't change a thing. Well Written characters. I also loved the fact Devin and Angelina popped in. *Doing my happy dance* image: I love the nick name Shawn gave Dakota. I am not going to put it in my review. I don't want to ruin it for ya. I have to add, characters names for me is very important. I like not just the main characters but the back characters names as well. He takes my hand and places it over his chest, right in the place where his heart thumps wildly. "You feel that?" I nod. "My heart beats only for you, and I know ----- Want more romance? Download or one click 🙂 image: "Tell me you want this," he rasps, his eyes dark with lust. I slide my fingers through his silky hair. "I want this. I want you." Want more--- download or one click... Whoa! My lap top is fogging up---I love the fact this author wrote deeper into the romance. I loved The Kennedy Boys, and Inseparable by this author. But this is hands down my favorite out of her books. The best novel I read in 2018. It is just so good. I am a huge romance sap, And I really loved this book. If you like romance, I definitely recommend reading "Incognito" image: A piercing cry rings out, and I don't stop to think. Devin's eyes widen in horror as I run to the door and open it, --- Want angst, drama, twist and turns?? Download or one click. 🙂 GRAB YOUR COPY image:

  17. 5 out of 5

    Courtney

    Incognito is Siobhan's second standalone and I really enjoyed it. The blurb gives you all the information that you truly need to do know so I will do my best in not repeating any of that nor give anything crucial away. And yes, the blurb may sound similar or like another rock start romance, but it's Siobhan's twist and her writing that make this story so enjoyable. Shawn and Dakota are both battling their own wars. Shawn is trying to stay under the radar and finally enjoy life as just a "normal" Incognito is Siobhan's second standalone and I really enjoyed it. The blurb gives you all the information that you truly need to do know so I will do my best in not repeating any of that nor give anything crucial away. And yes, the blurb may sound similar or like another rock start romance, but it's Siobhan's twist and her writing that make this story so enjoyable. Shawn and Dakota are both battling their own wars. Shawn is trying to stay under the radar and finally enjoy life as just a "normal" every day college student. He's been in the limelight for many years and his life has been in overdrive since he got picked up years ago. Now that is he "forced" to be normal, he is really enjoying life as a much slower pace. Dakota did more that put her dreams of Julliard on the backside - she has chosen to go into the family business. While it's not her dream, it's what she knows is best for her and her family's future. But at night, she escapes her new reality and dances away in the moonlight. Shawn and Dakota are both so wrong and so right for one another. As they try to fight against the attraction they have, the electricity just builds. These two are strong together and for one another. There is a lot of angst and suspense in this book - a lot of that comes from assumptions on both their parts. While I felt at their age their communication should have been more mature, Siobhan also does a great job of showing how social media and technology play a very key role in how people react to things. As I said, this book blurb may feel like it's the same but it's the added twists and plotting that makes this book stand out. Siobhan has this way with her writing of putting in the characters shoes and just feeling everything - you become the characters. Siobhan writes such amazing characters. Not only do I love her main characters but I love the secondary characters in this book. They all play such key and integral roles in this book that it just makes the story all the more entertaining This book is a standalone and can be read solely on its own. There are characters from her other standalone, Inseparable, who make an appearance in this one. However, reading either book in whatever order will in no way impede one over the other. Siobhan has written another story that I found myself devouring in hours and wanting more from her.

  18. 4 out of 5

    S.B. Alexander

    Our past sticks with us and some would say it defines us. But it’s how we handle our past that truly define us. Dakota is one of those characters who handles tragedy by getting lost in dance. But it’s not dance that helps her overcome her heartbreak, but rather a devilish and handsome rock star. Incognito is poignant, beautiful, angsty, and suspenseful with just the right amount of music to make your heart pull for both of these characters. Siobhan is a master storyteller that draws on every emo Our past sticks with us and some would say it defines us. But it’s how we handle our past that truly define us. Dakota is one of those characters who handles tragedy by getting lost in dance. But it’s not dance that helps her overcome her heartbreak, but rather a devilish and handsome rock star. Incognito is poignant, beautiful, angsty, and suspenseful with just the right amount of music to make your heart pull for both of these characters. Siobhan is a master storyteller that draws on every emotion, and I couldn’t put the book down.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Dana

    I loved this story so much! First things first, this is a stand-alone HEA with a blend of college and rockstar romance. Please don’t pass up the opportunity to know these perfectly written characters! *Sigh* Shawn is such a stud. I immediately fell in love with his character. Who doesn’t love a troubled rockstar? He’s hot, he’s cold, and I just can’t get enough. Dear Siobhan, please give me more more more! Haha. Dakota was also a character I fell for immediately. Another tortured soul whom you ca I loved this story so much! First things first, this is a stand-alone HEA with a blend of college and rockstar romance. Please don’t pass up the opportunity to know these perfectly written characters! *Sigh* Shawn is such a stud. I immediately fell in love with his character. Who doesn’t love a troubled rockstar? He’s hot, he’s cold, and I just can’t get enough. Dear Siobhan, please give me more more more! Haha. Dakota was also a character I fell for immediately. Another tortured soul whom you can easily empathize with. She’s gorgeous and so talented, and I became lost in her story. This romance was one of my favorites because it is slow-building. It is clear that these two are perfect for each other! I also read a few scenes over and over because the images were just so beautiful! There are also entertaining villains and supporting characters. Tabitha is by far one of my favorites. I wouldn’t be opposed to a book all about Tabitha! What I enjoyed most about this story was the ongoing suspense of the who, what, when, where, and why. I was glued to my kindle and couldn’t get enough!! I received a beta copy and volunteered to review it.

  20. 3 out of 5

    Born To Read

    I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review. Shawn Lucas is a very famous singer. Somebody is threatening him. Even his house has been broken into . Twice. So he goes undercover for a while. He enrols to university. His plan is just to focus on his music and to stay away from girls. Not so easy when they are around him all the time. But he meets Dakota. Gorgeous, refreshing. And sad. She looks terribly sad. Her life, as it was until not so long ago, has been shattered . Shawn tries to st I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review. Shawn Lucas is a very famous singer. Somebody is threatening him. Even his house has been broken into . Twice. So he goes undercover for a while. He enrols to university. His plan is just to focus on his music and to stay away from girls. Not so easy when they are around him all the time. But he meets Dakota. Gorgeous, refreshing. And sad. She looks terribly sad. Her life, as it was until not so long ago, has been shattered . Shawn tries to stay away from her. He doesn't want her to be involved in his crazy world. Especially, not now. But their attraction is stronger. Even if he is putting her in danger. I liked the story. It mixes the love story between Shawn and Dakota and the mystery of who is behind the threats sent to Shawn. It's true that this book is not as epic as Inseparable was, but honestly, it will be difficult to find another story that wonderful. It was really good to have Devin and Angelina again.

  21. 3 out of 5

    Lg

    Siobhan Davis does not disappoint in this suspenseful, angsty, heartfelt love story. Superstar rocker Shawn has had it all. Fame, money, and girls galore. Unfortunately things take a dangerous turn and his life is put in danger. In order to take time away from the spotlight for his own protection he goes into hiding with the help of a top notch security agency and his managers. Dakota is a college student who had huge dreams of becoming a professional dancer. A family tragedy derails her plans. Siobhan Davis does not disappoint in this suspenseful, angsty, heartfelt love story. Superstar rocker Shawn has had it all. Fame, money, and girls galore. Unfortunately things take a dangerous turn and his life is put in danger. In order to take time away from the spotlight for his own protection he goes into hiding with the help of a top notch security agency and his managers. Dakota is a college student who had huge dreams of becoming a professional dancer. A family tragedy derails her plans. She is hanging on by a thread and her only strength comes in form of a late night ritual that she performs alone. Finding each other at an extremely precarious time in their lives, the cards are stacked against them. Yet their chemistry is undeniable and their need for each other is a living breathing thing. Some devilish twists, sweet and super sexy moments make this a fast paced page turning read!

  22. 3 out of 5

    Danielle R (Spellbound Stories)

    Incognito was my first Siobhan Davis book and it was AMAZING!!!! As far as the fact that this was my first book by this author, I know, I know… I am questioning what rock I just crawled out from under myself! If this is what I have to look forward to, I am seriously going to need to take a month off my blog commitments and catch up in every book she’s written because I freaking LOVED Incognito. Without repeating the blurb, or giving a spoiler-esque review, I am going to make it very simple – pop Incognito was my first Siobhan Davis book and it was AMAZING!!!! As far as the fact that this was my first book by this author, I know, I know… I am questioning what rock I just crawled out from under myself! If this is what I have to look forward to, I am seriously going to need to take a month off my blog commitments and catch up in every book she’s written because I freaking LOVED Incognito. Without repeating the blurb, or giving a spoiler-esque review, I am going to make it very simple – pop superstar hero and a small-town college heroine meet under extreme circumstances. And a whole lot of angst and sexiness transpire from there. Trust me, nothing I could write regarding the synopsis of this book would be better than the one Siobhan wrote for us! Instead, allow me to tell you why I loved this book so much! Incognito was so many things that I am only going to touch on a few of the ones that I loved in this review. However, should you read it for yourself, I have no doubt that you will be able to add considerably to my list. First and foremost, Incognito was extremely well written. I often find that while I read, I critique books or get lost in the mistakes that have been missed in the editing and/or proofreading process. Therefore, I don’t always enjoy the story as much overall. It’s hard to see your own mistakes when you’re writing, and that’s why its so important to hire someone to go through your story objectively. I cannot tell you how much I value a book lacking excessive errors. When I don’t have to put my work cap on or highlight the crap out of a book, I feel like the authors deserve attention kudos and that’s the reason I am addressing my feelings in this review. I read an ARC of Incognito and would have expected to find some measure of mistakes as they are often still in the process of having a second edit (or in the hands of a proofreader). I was impressed by how well-edited Incognito was and was thus able to surrender to the story itself. Incognito’s plot was equally brilliant and beautiful. Possessing an excellent combination of angst, sweet and sizzle made this enemies-to-lovers contemporary romance a perfect choice for any reader. Now, Rockstar romances tend to be some of my favorite reads and it was that link that had me jumping all over the story when I first read the blurb. I do have authors that I automatically one-click each book they release, and I have heard of Siobhan before, but never had the chance to grab a book she’s written. That all changed when I read the blurb for Incognito since I was so intrigued! Now I can tell you that this book truly delivered a plot that kept me turning pages for hours on end. The story was mostly unpredictable and the things that I figured out ahead of time were trivial. Another major seller for me was how much I loved the characters in Incognito. That includes both the primary and secondary characters. Incidentally, some of those secondary characters I loved enough to hope I will get to read about them being on the receiving end of their own HEAs! As far as our hero and heroine of Incognito, they had amazing dynamics! Shawn was the sexy as sin Rockstar, who had reached the point in his fame where everyone looked at him as a meal ticket. He was jaded and justifiably so! His surly nature seemed to be limited to Dakota but the sparks that flew every time they were together nearly ignited my kindle and made the eventual surrender all the sweeter. I loved how Shawn stepped out of his comfort zone and took chances with regards to Dakota that he hadn’t with any woman in his past. While he is partly to blame for issues that arise between them, he also doesn’t hesitate at making things right between the pair repeatedly. As far as a heroine, I loved Dakota. She is beautiful inside and out but her snarky side was fabulous! She wasn’t a pushover and called out everyone the same way I do! She is incredibly strong which is deftly exhibited as we delve farther into her story. Dakota’s family tragedy was shocking for me - I truly didn’t see that twist coming. Both hero and heroine showed character progression, yet Dakota’s spoke to me the most. If I had experienced half of the horrors that she found herself living, I am not sure that I would’ve been able to get out of the fetal position – much less go away to College! She continued to be hit while she was down again, and again until I expected she would break. Only Siobhan took Dakota on a journey I wasn’t expecting, and I loved that there was no formula for this romance. (Or at least no formula past boy meets girl, boy likes girl, HEA ensues! 😉) As a romance novel, I expected passion. Yet, the passion I expected in Incognito was superseded in intensity and I loved just how sexy the story got! I literally needed a change of panties and a cold shower before I had gotten halfway through the book. As I stated above, there really are more reasons to read Incognito and I have just touched on a few important ones to me. If you are like me and just finding Siobhan Davis, don’t pass up your chance to read this story. I already one-clicked several more titles by the author just based on my love of this book. If you are a longtime fan of Siobhan then you know that everything I wrote about in this review is already true. As a matter of fact, I am surprised you even read the reviews 😉 but regardless, don’t miss Incognito!

  23. 3 out of 5

    Sandra Shipman ~ Two Book Pushers

    Incognito is Siobhan Davis’s next unique, sexy, and angst-filled standalone. I just know that when I open one of her books that it will be a rollercoaster ride of emotions and suspense. I love it! Shawn needs to get away. Away from L.A and the fake-ness that comes along with it. He may only be twenty but he was a bad boy popstar by the time he was only fifteen. The last year has been difficult and now with a stalker threatening him, it’s time to get out of there. It will give him time to focus o Incognito is Siobhan Davis’s next unique, sexy, and angst-filled standalone. I just know that when I open one of her books that it will be a rollercoaster ride of emotions and suspense. I love it! Shawn needs to get away. Away from L.A and the fake-ness that comes along with it. He may only be twenty but he was a bad boy popstar by the time he was only fifteen. The last year has been difficult and now with a stalker threatening him, it’s time to get out of there. It will give him time to focus on himself and his music. To find himself again. U of I might be a party school but he wasn’t there for that. He was determined to write songs, study accounting, and blend into the crowd of college students. What he didn’t expect was Dakota Gray. Dakota’s life was forever changed last year with the a tragic loss. She as supposed to be dancing at Julliard. Instead she was studying accounting at U of I. It wasn’t her dream but she was doing what she felt was right. Even when she knew in her heart it was all wrong. She still danced at midnight so she kept that part of herself. She was in college to focus. To one day work with her father. Then, one morning, something changed. She ran into him. Literally. An asshole named Levi who was too good looking for his own good. She tried to stay away but he was always there. In class. In the corner. In her mind. Shawn/Levi and Dakota’s is a complicated one. They both are not in a place for a relationship. She is still hurting. He has a crazy person after him. Plus, he has never had a girlfriend. But, there is just a connection between them that they try to fight but in the end it’s too strong. They get each other. They have fun. They relax each other. What will happen when Dakota finds out the truth about who he is? Will their bond be strong enough then? And will they find the stalker before it’s too late? I loved this story! It has the fun college experiences along with the drama of it. It also has suspense, sexiness, and heart. Both characters are strong, like-able, and mature. They are only nineteen and twenty but have been through so much for their young age. They have been through things that most people their ages haven’t. He might be a wealthy popstar but he has had his troubles. I love the way he feels for Kota. It’s beautiful, really. Overall...I was hooked from the very start to the very end. I had to know who was going to make the first move. Who the stalker was. What would happen when she finds out the truth. I loved it! The characters. The suspense. The emotions. The drama. Everything. Quotes: “I feel like I’m really breathing for the first time in years.” “Quit stalling, stud.” She rubs her hands in glee. “Dish the dirt.” “You’re quite the romantic for a bad boy,” I tease. “Well, I do write love songs for a living.” I voluntarily reviewed an advance complimentary copy of this book.

  24. 5 out of 5

    A.BookNerd.Bookseller&Bibliophile.Blog

    This is not my first Siobhan Davis book, and I definitely hope it's not my last. This book follows the story of Dakota, a university student with a sad back story/family situation and Shawn, a pop-star in hiding as a university student with his own troubled past and a stalker threatening his life. This story follows Dakota and Shawn's love story through mutual attraction and avoidance, undeniable affection, and just the right amount of drama. This book contains a few of my favorite things: drama This is not my first Siobhan Davis book, and I definitely hope it's not my last. This book follows the story of Dakota, a university student with a sad back story/family situation and Shawn, a pop-star in hiding as a university student with his own troubled past and a stalker threatening his life. This story follows Dakota and Shawn's love story through mutual attraction and avoidance, undeniable affection, and just the right amount of drama. This book contains a few of my favorite things: drama, sexual tension, and a strong attraction. A super attractive bad-boy type hero is always a plus for me, too. Do yourself a favor, and read this book! Reviewed by: Lauren L.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Adriana

    Beautiful Loved this story it had it all the secrets the rock star the dancer the mystery the action and the heartbreak and of course the hot romance really enjoyed ..

  26. 5 out of 5

    Danielle

    I was lucky enough to beta read this book. I really liked this book! I really liked both of the main characters. I really felt for both of them, as they've both been through some really tough stuff. The things that Dakota has been through are really heartbreaking, but it is really cool to see how strong she is with dealing with it all. I really liked seeing the character development for Shawn/Levi's character. He was really immature in the beginning, but really grew a lot throughout the story. It I was lucky enough to beta read this book. I really liked this book! I really liked both of the main characters. I really felt for both of them, as they've both been through some really tough stuff. The things that Dakota has been through are really heartbreaking, but it is really cool to see how strong she is with dealing with it all. I really liked seeing the character development for Shawn/Levi's character. He was really immature in the beginning, but really grew a lot throughout the story. It was really neat getting to see Devin and Ange's characters in this book, and I like that it made sense, too. Sometimes authors will put former characters from a different book in a new world, and it seems contrived. This really made sense, and I loved how Devin became sort of like a mentor/friend/older brother to Shawn/Levi as the book progressed. Like all Siobhan Davis' books, Incognito had plenty of drama, suspense, plots twists, great romance, and great lovemaking as well. If you liked her other books, I would definitely recommend Incognito!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Fee96

    This is my first read of Siobhan and she knocked my socks off! Where has this author been all my life? Incognito is not just a rock star romance but a suspenseful journey where two seemingly unlikely people find that one person that completes them so thoroughly and effortlessly. That heals their soul and helps them find their wings again. Gah just utterly brilliant! I always try to pay homage to my favorite aspects of a book. I loved everything about this talented authors work. If I am going to p This is my first read of Siobhan and she knocked my socks off! Where has this author been all my life? Incognito is not just a rock star romance but a suspenseful journey where two seemingly unlikely people find that one person that completes them so thoroughly and effortlessly. That heals their soul and helps them find their wings again. Gah just utterly brilliant! I always try to pay homage to my favorite aspects of a book. I loved everything about this talented authors work. If I am going to pick one - which seems unfair like picking a favorite kid - I'm going with these amazing characters. What stood out to me first was how relatable, complex, witty and endearing ALL these characters were. Our hero and heroine were magnificent. Shawn has pretty much lost himself to the industry, to the temptations of stardom. Dakota is still raw from losing her sister and having to change up the role she plays to her own family. So unique - absolutely loved them. The supporting cast was spot on - although not all likeable individuals they still had a crucial role in how the story played out. Shows how creative this author is! We were given the perfect mix of humor, loyalty and the feels which gave this story intensity. Angst so beautifully written I felt it down to my toes. I knew from the 'sniff' we were in for a treat with these two. The push and pull that created the perfect amount of uncertainty. The build up of suspense was the absolute perfect touch. The complex story was just so surprising and intelligently written. This is no flimsy novel made up of sexual tension and hormones. This is a brilliantly planned out story that grabs you from page 1 and kept me on the edge of my seat. As you can tell I am completely amazed and hooked on this author's work now. It's not every day you pick up a book by a new author and fall in love - today was my lucky day for sure!

  28. 3 out of 5

    Johnaka

    Incognito by Siobhan Davis “Find yourself, 5 stars” Shawn was put into the spot light at a young age and like was people like that he’s over it. He doesn’t get to make the music he wants and the stalker who won’t give up is leaving little for him to desire. He skips town without anyone noticing to lay low for a while. Shawn plans on being on a woman free for the time being but what he didn’t expect was Dakota. Will he give her a chance to see the real him or will his secrets bring everything aroun Incognito by Siobhan Davis “Find yourself, 5 stars” Shawn was put into the spot light at a young age and like was people like that he’s over it. He doesn’t get to make the music he wants and the stalker who won’t give up is leaving little for him to desire. He skips town without anyone noticing to lay low for a while. Shawn plans on being on a woman free for the time being but what he didn’t expect was Dakota. Will he give her a chance to see the real him or will his secrets bring everything around him crashing down? Dakota once had it all, she had dance, a happy family and a doting boyfriend and then it all came to a crashing halt. Now she’s trying to live a lie and live for the people around her not herself. When she runs into Shawn she doesn’t know who he is, but she wants to. When he confesses will it push her away? Will his crazy life put her off? Dakota is beautifully broken who is slowly put back together by Shawn and at the same time she does the same for him. They give each other a level of real and honesty they both need and have never experienced. They are like two magnets who keep drifting towards each other and can’t stay away. At times my heart hurt for these two, specifically Dakota. But their love is beautiful, no matter how misguided it seems at times. Davis is a new to me author and I look forward to reading more of her work. I truly hope she follows up this story with one of the secondary characters. I honestly don’t care which because I loved them all so much. Go one-click and fall into the rocker and his midnight dancer. Plot-5/5 Characters-5/5 Heat-5/5 Writing style-5/5 Overall-5/5

  29. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Gupta

    I received a ARC of this book and I have to say I was addicted I couldn't put it down. I had to read it in one night I was so into it. I didn't just love the main two characters Dakota and Shawn, I loved the girl friends of Dakota especially Tabs and Elsa. There friendship was so funny to read about as they are so opposite each other. Both would be an amazing book if they one finding there love. Tabs finally stop with her sleeping around and Elsa finally giving it away and I bet before marriage. I received a ARC of this book and I have to say I was addicted I couldn't put it down. I had to read it in one night I was so into it. I didn't just love the main two characters Dakota and Shawn, I loved the girl friends of Dakota especially Tabs and Elsa. There friendship was so funny to read about as they are so opposite each other. Both would be an amazing book if they one finding there love. Tabs finally stop with her sleeping around and Elsa finally giving it away and I bet before marriage.. I would love for Nick also to get a happy ending as he not had much luck and I think he deserves it! What I loved about Shawn and Dakota was how they helped each other get through their issues and how their relationship developed deeply, that I felt like it just jumped from the page. When you thought it had all been resolved and then the ending few chapters, I got a shock as that not what I was expecting which is why the book was a 5 star book! At first I had a couple of things wasn't expecting then I was like that was expected so was thinking it be a 4.5 and then when we got hit with a new shocker I was like no way!!! By the time I finished I was thinking wow now that is a book. I not sure I why I didn't expect it, when reading Siobhan other books she always throws in shockers. I really hope these two show up in a future book because it hopefully means we get to see some of their friends. Just like we got Devin and Ange! I am voluntarily reviewing an advance complimentary copy of this book.

  30. 3 out of 5

    Babbling Chatter Reads

    This is a story about a Shawn, a troubled pop star who was put into hiding until things gets sorted and figured out. The idea to lived a normal life (although temporary) is one that he has been itching for. We also have Dakota who was about to start her dream at Juilliard until a tragic event changed all that. Now she is living her life the best she can and on her own in a place she did not think you would end up at. Shawn and Dakota's first encounters were mixed with hidden awe from one another This is a story about a Shawn, a troubled pop star who was put into hiding until things gets sorted and figured out. The idea to lived a normal life (although temporary) is one that he has been itching for. We also have Dakota who was about to start her dream at Juilliard until a tragic event changed all that. Now she is living her life the best she can and on her own in a place she did not think you would end up at. Shawn and Dakota's first encounters were mixed with hidden awe from one another and frustrations on the outside. Little did they knew the connection between the two of them was something more and the least expected when things are beginning to be revealed. Living on the downlow from the outside world has it benefits but it can only be so long before secrets will come out in the open. I really enjoyed how the characters had to get to know the real them before the surprises and reveals came to fruition. It gave the true feels between Shawn and Dakota and one that had me swooning and hoping for a HEA. I was recommended by this author by one of my best book friends and I am so glad that I finally read did! I would have not guess the emotions that Siobhan Davis would have put me through. Looking forward to reading more of her works. ~Cristina, ⭐⭐⭐⭐💫 4.5 stars ************************* Sometimes truth is the only thing that will set you free. For Dakota & Shawn life has given one everything & another nothing. Or so it seems. Siobhan has a way with words that captivates the reader into staying up ALL NIGHT LONG! This story didn’t disappoint. It’s now 4am irish time. I’m on vacation and needed this read so bad I started it at 11pm. Now with tears, rolling down my face and the cows mowing in the field beside me I love her even more. Shawn & Dakotas story moved me. Like, I’ll never meet a pop star but who knows who we actually meet in life? This story made me actually feel like I was Dakota. Her demons are real & her emotional impact with Shawn is extremely relatable. I loved this book from start to finish. Bleary eyed & overwhelmed I’m once again blown away by the Irish author that is Siobhan Davis. Her creative story telling is undeniably unique. Her ability to make you stay up all night & delve into the lives of two people who were destined to meet is indescribable. When it comes to her final delivery, Bualadh Bos Siobhan, you’re a true irish legend xoometimes truth is the only thing that will set you free. For Dakota & Shawn life has given one everything & another nothing. Or so it seems. Siobhan has a way with words that captivates the reader into staying up ALL NIGHT LONG! This story didn’t disappoint. It’s now 4am irish time. I’m on vacation and needed this read so bad I started it at 11pm. Now with tears, rolling down my face and the cows mowing in the field beside me I love her even more. Shawn & Dakotas story moved me. Like, I’ll never meet a pop star but who knows who we actually meet in life? This story made me actually feel like I was Dakota. Her demons are real & her emotional impact with Shawn is extremely relatable. I loved this book from start to finish. Bleary eyed & overwhelmed I’m once again blown away by the Irish author that is Siobhan Davis. Her creative story telling is undeniably unique. Her ability to make you stay up all night & delve into the lives of two people who were destined to meet is indescribable. When it comes to her final delivery, Bualadh Bos Siobhan, you’re a true irish legend ~ xo, Joanna ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 5 stars

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