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It doesn’t get any other stars because Josie’s character needed some development. Reading her clumsy acts never gets old, for me anyway. And then there’s this out-of-place story that crops up on Josie’s ill-fated trip to Spain and doesn’t go anywhere.
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Forever And A Day. Would you like us to asyor another look at this review? Wow Josie – I am shocked that you don’t have much of your book written, because I know you so well and you’re such a hard worker, let me practically spit my drink all over because I’m so shocked by your retort that the book isn’t going well.
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I sincerely enjoyed McMaster the Disaster, 1, and bought this book in hope to find that same enjoyment, unfortunately I was disappointed. Jun 15, Anita Powers rated it liked it Shelves: In true McMaster the Disaster fashion, Josie tumbles head-first into scandal, apparently more than just an average ghostwriter in the eyes of this new celebrity.
I was quite surprised by the seemingly quick change of heart one of the characters experiences at the end – that was the only part that felt a li Pretty good sequel Josie continues to entertain as she travels overseas to ghost-write an autobiography, but she foolishly wastes most of her allotted time. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Wanted Always Xander Barns Series, book 2.
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If you’re into lighthearted stories with romance and a little bit of drama and humor, this is the series for you: And that her mom gets away with it and daughter just sucks it up. Josie shone in the first book only in her interactions with Matt and Jake, and they ar The book is just okay. Her ‘poor me’ attitude and seeming disregard for Jake grated on me this time around and makes me want to slap her. I might read the engagemeny in the series if the story is placed in the US, otherwise I’ll probably give it a miss.
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. The problem is Josie, I think. I’m onto the last book of the series.
The boyfriend, Jake, from rqchel first novel makes a few phone calls to her – not very convincing since he’s supposed to be keen on her. I seemed to have forgotten to put engagwment in my review on Bridesmaid Lotto that Jake really is not a very realistic character.
And as far as characters go This story was so funny and sweet. Entertaining and quick, feel good story.
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Jan 17, Janelle rated it liked it Shelves: She’s found the Man of her dreams in actor Jake Hall, a dream job of Ghostwriting for a famous I felt like there must have been some weird bug going around that caused everyone engagemnt have chronic swallowing issues, the way this person and that person was spitting pn out or almost spitting things out of their mouth.
This series is so good and I literally couldn’t stop reading: Apr 09, Jaime rated it really liked it Shelves: I still feel like it only scratches the surface on things that could of been a lot more in depth. There was a more detail to the writing, so I feel like I got more from this book, but what I didn’t get was much by way of relationship detail for Jake and Josie, and that was kind of the point of continuing the series.
Okay she’s a writer but she’s never had anything to do with biographies and the media is still dogging her footsteps. At gambpe point, she said that Jen was one of the most level-headed people she knows. I thought it was strange how she went along with the prince even though she knows it bothered Jake, she just wasn’t the girl from the first book anymore.
Jan 07, Maria rated it really liked it Shelves: Josie goes to England to ghostwrite an autobiography, did it ever get published?