Thursday, March 6, 2014

Kitsy Clare's Model Position Review

Although Model Position is the first book I've read by Kitsy Clare, I can't wait to read more from her!

Here is my review:

In Kitsy Clare's Model Position, a little chaos can hit the right spot in Sienna's overly organized life. Sienna, a graduate art student, lives for order and art, but she's not afraid to get a little messy for the right guy. Erik, a mysterious model, works hard in the positions of his life. I loved Sienna and Erik smokin' chemistry and how there is more to both of them than meets the eye. The secondary characters come to life as much as Sienna and Erik do. Clare shows the glitz, glamour, and possible heartbreak of being an artist in New York City in this fast-paced novella. Model Position by Kitsy Clare pops like sunshine yellow and ignites like fiery red and is overall a colorful romantic read.


For Sienna, love and art are perilous games. Is she ready to take that gamble? 

Sienna is a beautiful, talented artist poised on the precipice of soaring into the glamorous, yet cutthroat Manhattan art scene. 

Dave Hightower is a hooked-up, handsome heir to the hippest gallery in NYC, Gallery Hightower. 

Erik is the live drawing model with his sizzling green eyes fixed only on Sienna. 

Three’s a crowd, so Sienna must make a choice: date Dave and ride the fast track to landing a show at Gallery Hightower and hobnobbing with the art glitterati, or follow her heart and take a chance with Erik, the stunning male model who’s stealing her heart. But Erik has some worrisome secrets, and who in their right mind would make live modeling their career?

Dare Sienna throw away her chances of hitting it big to follow her heart?

To Purchase: Amazon / Nook 

When Kitsy Clare isn’t creating stories on her favorite Mac Air, she teaches speculative fiction and creative writing workshops. She also loves to draw, travel, read spicy romance, sci-fi and all kinds of thrillers. She divides her time between New York City and her studio in the Catskills, where she enjoys the sounds of birds, bullfrogs and the random coyote. 

Kitsy Clare is the pen name for her new adult romance. She also writes young adult fiction using her real name, Catherine Stine. Her YA futuristic thriller, Fireseed One won finalist spots in both YA and Science Fiction in the 2013 USA Book News International Book Awards. It was also granted an Indie Reader Approved notable stamp. Her YA Refugees, earned a New York Public Library Best Book. Ruby’s Fire, the new companion novel to Fireseed One, is receiving high praise from reviewers. She’s a member of SFWA, SCBWI and CBIG. She can be found on,, and

Don't forget to stop by on Saturday. Since it's my birthday (March 8th), I'm revealing chapter one of Reborn


Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Five worms! That's really good.

Carol Riggs said...

Sounds like an interesting and fun read! I'm also intrigued by the FIRESEED ONE...yet another one to add to my to-read list!

Cathy Keaton said...

Birthday coming up--I'll wait until then to wish you a happy one. ;)

I'm thinking of adding some book reviews to my blog, too, since I used to keep a separate book review blog back in the day. I just need things to blog about!

Anonymous said...

I've been seeing this everywhere and can't resist. I just downloaded it.

Heather R. Holden said...

Great review! This book has been popping up all over the blogosphere lately. I think I'll need to add it to my wish list!

DMS said...

Happy Early Birthday!

Great to read this review. I have been seeing this book around and it was awesome to learn more about it. Sounds like an interesting read!

DMS said...

Happy Early Birthday!

Great to read this review. I have been seeing this book around and it was awesome to learn more about it. Sounds like an interesting read!

Felicity Grace Terry said...

Happy birthday. I hope to be able to stop by later for your big reveal.

Five worms? That's a great recommendation.

Christine Rains said...

Yay for Catherine! It was a great story.

Catherine Stine said...

Thanks, Cherie!

Nicole said...

Hadn't heard of this one! Glad you enjoyed it.