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Please let me know. I hate the concept. Don’t get me wrong, I liked her from the very first chapter, but I liked her even more the more I got to know her character. And in terms of supporting characters: You know everyone just downloaded it I felt so iindia for Ian!!!
I started to worry that the author wasn’t going that way, and I’d have to switch sides to Dylan, whom I led like at all, for some reason and it would completely change the rating of this book for me if the author went that way.
But I also found Ian’s fame-whoring to be boring and annoying. What little time they did have together seemed rushed. Liam’s brother, for one.
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About Publish Join Sign In. But after being jilted and cheated on by her best friend and boyfriend, shunned by the small town she lives in, she resorts to having to overcome that dislike in order to prove everyone wrong.
I’d like a sequel! Jan 02, Eya rated it it was ok. I couldn’t wipe le a grin from my face and received some very pointed looks from my family!
I have never suspected Carey though!! What I particularly enjoyed about HDU was how Amanda was seemingly swept along, unable to extricate herself from the ridiculous situations she got herself into. I actually kinda want to hate the girl for not having a real job where she actually worksbut then I’d be hatin’ on myself too since I’m no better than she is.
The premise of the book is very fanfic-like in how over the top improbable it is. As a celebrity gossip infia moderator, she relishes in posting nasty rumors about the notorious Hollywood playboy she loves to hate, Liam Brody. The first book managed to capture the silly excitement people feel when reading celebrity gossip, while also reminding us how utterly ridiculous and staged the entertainment industry is.
She got her money from Liam mostly, and her job with Wendy was a joke. Ultimately though I was too annoyed by how the text kept coyly babying him without explaining why, leaving you to think you’re intended to just forgive him all his transgressions because he’s a wounded troubled boy with a tragic past who needs to be fixed with lse and love.
V is for Virgin is the obvious comparison for me. What started out as a way to get her out of her small home town turns out to be finding love in a place she least expected it.
The characters aren’t whiney or hsu and definitely more than 2-dimensional. This pretty much sums up my life. Plus, fake dating is one of my favorite tropes. To view it, click here. Like who is this guy?
Yeah, Ama Solid 4 stars. Again, Connor Schaffer takes Liam away because he is the ruiner of my fantasies. Do you have your… outfit and your… shoes and stuff picked out?
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I loved Amanda and rooted for her, even if she did some things I could never connect with — like have a fake relationship with a celebrity she met over the internet. The tension in HDU left me flopping about in a indi of nervous sweat, whereas my heart rate barely changed while reading Dirt. This guy is hopelessly lost with his goo-goo eyes for Amanda and Amanda only.