Sophie Atwater is a Hollywood publicist. She has her dream job, her dream guy and her dream life. But all of that comes tumbling down when she starts to represent Tinseltown dreamboat
The Star Attraction is for you if you find yourself daydreaming about the idea of what if when it comes to your favourite celebrity, but you’re looking for realism, not fantasy.
- A quirky comedic romance
- Strong female lead despite her falling for the obvious choice – let’s be honest who wouldn’t have a momentary lapse when faced with a possible romance with one of the world’s leading men?
- Celebrity “what if” story for those of us that are dreamers
- Quick read weighing in at only 258 pages
- Easy read, no Shakesperian term knowledge needed!
About the Author
Alison Sweeney is a soap star. For the last 25
Since releasing her first fiction novel, The Start Attraction in 2013, Sweeney has written two more fiction novels: Opportunity Knocks and Scared Scriptless. Both of which I’m sure I’ll read. Prior to
The Star Attraction: Spoiler Alerts
Lately it seems like all the books I’m positive that I’m not going to like have taken me less than 24-hours to read. So either I’m a terrible judge of books or I’m lying to myself. I’m willing to bet on the latter. The Star Attraction has all the cheese of a Hollywood romance with a swooning “regular” girl, a hot boyfriend and a promising career that’s thrown off course with the introduction of a sexy celebrity crush that bursts its way right through the friend zone and in to questionable territory.
Spoiler Alert: Even though our heroine Sophie has a sexy boyfriend – who, if I’m being totally honest I thought was a dick from the start – she still hooks up with sexy celebrity Billy Fox hook up. Well, sort of, they get caught making out in a dirty alley behind a country bar… granted we’re not told it was a dirty alley, but I feel like it’s safe to assume.
In any case, despite the romance of the book, the pair do not end up together. So what seems like a promising romance is really just a reality check for every girl that thinks that dating a celebrity would be a dream come true. But let’s be honest – all the fancy cars and money are a poor trade-off to
All of that said, while I found the first few chapters to leave me wanting writing-wise, once I was in, I was in. I finished The Star Attraction in under 24-hours. So as much as I tell myself I’m more into high-brow fiction, the truth is I’m a sucker for a celebrity romance story (maybe even romance in general, but I
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