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A battle of wills, friendships, and even enemies happens during this book. A long with betrayal, hurt, and what one could consider love. I truly can't wait for book two to see where this goes.
Lauren has gone through a lot in her 18 years. I’m not going to retell the story, but I have to say that when a film crew comes to her town and she helps cater it, she doesn’t need all the drama that comes with meeting and dating the star of the movie. The drama that unfolds with just that was too much for a normal person. It’s mostly media drama. I can’t imagine reading all the bad things people wrote if I were her. How people can even get so caught up in celebrities’ lives is beyond me. I say, Get a life! This is why I usually shy away from Hollywood type books, but there is more to the Hollywood drama.
I didn’t feel any connection between Lauren and Jackson, the movie star. Lauren even says that, though she feels drawn to him, it’s just sexual. However, it seems like it could be more, or wants to be more, but just isn’t. It’s really hard to gauge what it is between them. I almost want to say it’s a paranormal trick, but I’m not sure. Plus, Jackson has a bad temper, and Lauren is smart, so why she took all his excuses and apologies is beyond me.
I loved Cary as soon as he is introduced. He is another famous star who has known Lauren and her brother all their lives. I just wish he would have stepped up and declared his feelings. Lauren goes through more heartbreak over him than she does her own “boyfriend.”
There are many other characters in this book, some more important than others. However, I can’t figure out how to talk about them without giving away the plot and climax. I will say most of them are bad. Well, the ones who were in the book more than others. Laurens network of family and friends seem really strong. Her grandma was a bit cruel in her talking down on Lauren all the time. I don’t know who was the devil in the British accent. I thought Cary was the only one with the accent and he is certainly no devil, but I might have missed that. Was there someone else? Anyone out there who knows, please tell me.
I want the next book, like, tomorrow! I have lots of guesses on some of the conversations that are leading and some of the things that happen in the story, yet Lauren hasn’t figured out what is what. I want to know! Lol! This is why I love paranormal—the possibilities are endless!
I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book This book was read and reviewed by Annamaria for Alpha Book Club.
Character Development: 5