A Novel

Book - 2012
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Brooke wants to start a blog revealing the inner-workings of Hollywood in order to be in the spotlight but has no time to write one, so she enlists the help of a ghost-writer, seventeen-year-old Max McCormack, who needs the money but not the hassles when the adorable actor, Brady Swift, comes between them.
Publisher: New York NY : Poppy, 2012
Edition: 1st ed
Description: 359 p. ; 22 cm
ISBN: 9780316098298
Branch Call Number: TEEN Cock
Additional Contributors: Morgan, Jessica 1975-


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Sep 05, 2012

When I first read spoiled I instantly fell in love with this series! But this sequel focuses more on Brooke and Max's relationship and Molly is just a character who comes in very seldom. To be honest, I was a little disappointed with this book. I still enjoyed it, but not as much as Spoiled.


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Jul 28, 2012

Sometimes life gets messy.
After a rocky start in Spoiled, Brooke Berlin and her newly discovered half sister, Molly Dix, have settled into something like sisterly love, but the drama is far from over.
Now that Brooke's caught a taste of fame and her movie star father's attention, she wants to launch a blog that will position her as the ultimate Hollywood insider. But between schoolwork, party-planning committee meetings, and spa treatments, she hardly has the time to write it herself...
Enter Max McCormack, an aspiring author with a terrible after-school job pushing faux meat on the macrobiotic masses of La-La Land. Max reluctantly agrees to play Brooke's ghost-blogger for an impressive salary, and the site takes off, but how long can their lie last? In person, Brooke can't live up to the intellectual wit of, and Max soon begins to resent hiding her genius behind a bandage dress-wearing blonde. Can the girls work together to stay on top, or will the truth come out and ruin everything they've built?

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