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We Are Made of Stardust
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The main character referred to her vagina at one point as the "zesty taco zone." Seriously. I kid you not. Even if I had been enjoying Stardust up until this point, I still would have frowned in disgust and muttered, "Ewwww..." It's juvenile and makes me think that Peaches needs a round of antibiotics and to stay away from any guy's "hotdog stand" (another winner). Peaches also yells out, "f&%k my ass, you porn pony"....yeah...
All of the euphemisms for genitalia and sex read like a 14 year old boy wrote the book. We're all adults (presumably) reading adult fiction. You can call a penis a penis (or c*%k, d@#k, wang, dong, etc). Not everything needs to be innuendo, and stop having Peaches refer to her breasts as "peaches." We get it...she has big boobs and goes by Peaches...move on.
If you want a great read about a celebrity/average girl pairing, then read Love Unscripted, Relatively Famous, or Eversea. All three are written by talented writers.
Language aside, the pacing was a mess! Within a few short paragraphs, the main love interest had already (literally) run into the protagonist and they were feeling up each other's bits, sparks flew, yadda yadda, tropes. Then some immature toilet humor, a potential Bitchy Attractive Rival, then they're suddenly attending a wedding together and he's dropping hints that he's her soon-to-be boyfriend. All in the same chapter, and in what I would guess to be less than 600 words. If those numbers don't make you cringe, they should. Especially considering that 6 of those were "zesty taco zone" and "hot dog stand" and another 6 at least were "curves" or "curvy".
Trust me, you do not need this book, even though it was free. Life is too short to waste on crap books.
I did NOT like the cliffhanger ending.