- File Size: 2081 KB
- Print Length: 298 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: January 11, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0171DQ8HW
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #517,977 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Lux Dawson (25)...rejected all of her life. From birth, to never being adopted and then shuffled from foster home to foster home. She suffers from low self esteem...she's a lonely, anti-social wallflower who slowly begins to bloom through her writing and finds her voice. A wonderfully written story of Lux's rise to success. I just wish there was some "bow chicka bow wow". I mean, there's not even a kiss until 70% of the book is gone. The final 20% was the best part of the whole story. If you like a low key drama with lots of attraction but very little romance...a s-l-o-w budding romance that graduates eventually from Jr. High to High School, then you'll probably like this story. It's worthy of the time. Readable but not repeatable. As for me, well... I need more steam.
This is more romantic than erotica, which I personally loved. Not that it doesn't have a bit of spice! But I love the urst - the unrelieved sexual tension - that is well played, and causes the "problem" of the book.
I loved that there were some nice flaws to the characters that made them very believable. Well written, and well worth the read.
I have no idea how accurately it portrays the behind-the-scenes world of script writing and television production, however the characters are pretty well-developed. There were a couple times I got impatient with how the hero and heroine acted and the lack of communication, put the good writing carried me through those times. The heroine's backstory does explain some of her choices, but the hero isn't given as much of a backstory to explain his wishy-washy behavior (parents are divorced; he avoids them to loss them both off. Seems like fertile ground for exploring different motivations, fears, etc.)
Several sub-characters are ripe for sequels: actress Candy; best friend Melody; executive Sharon. I do hope the author explores more of their lives.
Because it's a pet peeve of mine, it was great to have very few typos to pull one out of the story. (Maybe five total? And relatively minor)
A good read, especially for those who enjoy sci-fi, fantasy and Hollywood all rolled into one.