on March 20, 2018
Genres: YA, Romance
I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Goodreads
Cecily has always had a huge crush on singer Andrew Holiday and she wants to be an actress, so she tags along when her friend auditions for his new video. However, the director isn’t looking for an actress, but rather the girl next door—and so is Andrew. Cecily gets a part in the video and all of Andrew’s attention on the set. Her friend begins to see red and Cecily’s boyfriend is seeing green—as in major jealousy. A misunderstanding leaves Cecily and her boyfriend on the outs and Andrew hopes to pick up the pieces as he’s looking for someone more stable in his life than the models he’s dated. Soon Cecily begins to realize Andrew understands her more than her small-town boyfriend—but can her perfect love match really be her favorite rock star?
Life is good Cecily is dating her first boyfriend she is making friends after her best friend moved. She’s had a crush on pop star Andrew Holiday for as long as she could remember. She is thrilled when her friend asks her to come along to a filming of his newest music video. Everyone is surprised when she is asked to be an extra on the film. Turns out her girl next door look is exactly what the director was looking for and just so happens so was Andrew. As Andrew and Cecily grow close things don’t look so perfect anymore in her world.
In ” an Oyster Shell – It was a really good book I was a little less than satisfied with the ending but this will be a must-read series.
The Pearls – I was enthralled with the concept of a girl’s favorite pop star coming into her life to become something more. Most teenage girls I know of develop a crush on a pop star or two. This book is perfect in bringing to fruition the imagination of millions. The book was really well done.
The characters were great. What I really liked about this book is the characters acted their age. Sometimes when reading a YA the young characters have a little more freedom than what is realistic. Not so in this story.
The romance was sweet. It was a nice push and pull from small-town comfortable romance to a possible Hollywood romance.
The Sand – I wasn’t happy with the ending. I feel like Andrew’s character took an unexpected turn. It’s not bad there is plenty of room for it to be worked out in the next book. Which I am eagerly waiting for.