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The Trouble With Dating a Movie Star: Book One in the Red Carpet Series Kindle Edition

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Length: 303 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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"Ms.Willett's writing style is one that mirrors that of E.L. James." -Summers BookBlog

"Pick upthis book!!" -Debbie The Book Vixen

"Thisbook will leave a lasting impression." -Beanie Brain Reader

"Thisbook is amazing." -FSMEURINNE Blogger

"ZNWillett delivers a story that is sexy, witty and at times swoon worthy."
-MichelleLee Author of The Best Man

"She haswritten an outstanding story." -DiverseReader Blogger

"Not only is it an amazing love story but it had myattention immediately." -Battery Operated Book Blog

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A.P. Moore's provocative romance throws her onto the Best Sellers list, but Alexandria's life was far from the steamy pages of her romance.

Andrew Hughes, the most desired man in Hollywood was at the height of his career. Nothing could be better, until a chance meeting with Alexandria Moore that went horribly wrong. The man who had everything soon realized what Hollywood couldn't give him.

Or could it?

An invitation that leads to a premier, offers a second chance, and a Hollywood romance straight out of the pages of a magazine. Yet, this story will not be filled with butterfly kisses and midnight strolls, but with tangled webs filled with lust, desire, jealousy and deceit.

It is Hollywood after all.

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  • File Size: 1183 KB
  • Print Length: 303 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: May 7, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00K7D8GQU
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #94,300 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Z.N. Willett is the girl who has seen more than she has ever wanted; yet decided to add to that world by writing Hollywood romances. A northern girl, but a southerner at heart, loving anything and everything about love and romance. So much that once upon a time she had a career as a wedding and events coordinator. When Z.N. decided to do something she was passionate about, she added her love for travel to the mix. An avid shoeaholic, deep down she's a sappy romantic who happens to believe that love can truly conquer all.

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I don't know if the author is a 13 year old girl, but all her characters, irrespective of age and gender sound like one. This is a terribly written book that no one should read. There are more pleasurable ways of losing brain cells.
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Is the feeling of having wasted several hours of my time. The plot is superficial and so predictable that it actually angered me.
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Andria is the newly famous author of a popular romance novel. Andrew is an A-list movie star. (Did their names HAVE to be so similar?) They meet accidentally in a bar in DC and he is in extreme instalove with one look. She has loved Andrew from afar for years and even based the hero of her book on him, so Andria is instantly enamored, as well.

Btw, the fact that she based her character on Andrew is supposed to be a big conflict in the story and she is scared to death throughout the entire book to tell him this. I never understood why this was such a big deal!? Who cares?!? He should be flattered and turned on, not angry.

Anyway, there's a lot of ridiculous, repetitive dialogue. The characters are 2-dimensional and never really change. I couldn't believe how clueless Andrew was when it came to certain people in his life working against him.
The biggest problem with the story was that, even though there was instalove, there should have been SOME development of their relationship. But it seemed like they went from nothing to all in, even with her incessant (and boring/annoying) doubts, in a microsecond. And the fact that his family latched onto her so quickly was almost creepy.

Then there's a million side characters popping in and out. Erin, Andria's best friend, has a serious boyfriend but you don't find out until 4/5's through the story that he is white and she is black and his family objects to interracial relationships. I would think this would be a big deal--it's one of the biggest potential conflict points in the story--but it has nothing to do with the main characters AND it's given as a throwaway line and then forgotten. Weird.

There's a giant cliffhanger which I'm not even sure I care about. You can see exactly where this is going.
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3.75 stars
Ok, so let’s get straight too it…this wasn’t what I expected and while what it brought to the table worked for most of the time, I also thought that sometimes it was a little clichéd and that the characters had room to grow, they were ok, but they could have been exceptional.
They were both celebrities so to speak, Andria was a romance novelist with a hit novel on her hands, a publishing deal and a book tour that was drawing in the crowds and Andrew, well he was a movie superstar and need I say any more about the madness that brings to the table.
Andria grew up fantasising about her schoolgirl crush, the heartthrob actor Andrew Hughes.
But she knew that while he may have been the inspiration for her first novel but there was never any chance that it would become more than that.
But what do you do when you meet the man that your younger self as adored from afar?
Would you run a mile or would you, like Andria grab the opportunity and dive into a relationship?
Well, a chance meeting gives her that opportunity and this is the story of the fight the two of them have to have what others would consider a normal relationship, only nothing about dating a movie star could every be described as normal.
Just being Andrew Hughes brings all sort of crazy to a relationship, the media, the fans and a mental ex-girlfriend that doesn’t seem to be able to understand the meaning of the words “it’s over”, really at times it was all too much to actually get my head around.
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The Trouble with Dating a Movie Star is the story of author Andria Moore who accidentally bumps (almost literally) into the movie star who inspired her bestselling book, Andrew Hughes. That first meeting leads to many more and eventually Andria’s fantasy begins to become reality as their relationship begins to develop. The series of meetings between the two seem almost fated and soon they give into fate and set off on world wind relationship.

I love the dynamic between these two characters and the relationships with all the people that surround them. There is humor and romance once these two characters give in to their feelings and manage to find some time alone. Andria, who has never dealt with fame and fortune is suddenly thrown into a world that is dominated by the same. Not only is she having to adjust to her own success, she is also having to deal with the scrutiny that comes along with dating the hottest actor and all the rumors that surround him. She quickly learns that not everything is what it seems in Hollywood and you defiantly never believe everything you read in the tabloids.

At the same time, Andrew is having to learn that not everyone understands what his life is like and has to figure out a way to keep Andria in his arms while keeping her safe from the scrutiny and rumors that surround him. While trying to keep Andria out of the every watchful eyes of the paparazzi he makes many mistakes that make Andria doubt his true feelings. With the help of family and friends these two characters manage with overcome their obstacles and manage to find a way to be together and admit their love for one another.

This is book one of the Red Carpet Series by Z. N. Willet. Book two, The Trouble with Marrying a Movie Star, is already out.
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