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I could be someone who makes bribes. No evil Megan figure, no seductive British actor to throw a spanner in the works; just Amanda and Liam, halfheartedly battling against ambitious Casey and a crazy director, while newly dull Ian sips Kombucha and lives off vegetarian meals while try Compared to HDUDirt was a massive disappointment.

I’d like a sequel! Let me give you a little taste of what I mean Also, if he cares AT ALL about Liam, how can he honestly feel like Liam was better off before, going through a woman a week and being mocked constantly, more famous for his dick than his acting?

Mar 07, Magie rated it really liked it. I kept feeling half-euphoria because what an exciting, dreamy adventure! That was something I really liked about Amanda: First, there’s Amanda, who you can’t help but like. My only big complaint was formatting: The premise was different from my usual reads.

His brand of evil is so different from Casey’s because he’s passive-aggressive but still equally evil.

And Liam is just as wonderful once you get to know him better. This book kept my interest the whole way through, thoroughly enjoyed it and never left room for boredom. Previous to Amanda, Liam is a womanizing douchebag.


But alas, the wit hhdu likeability of these characters, even douchelords, makes you really root for them. Lots and lots of dirt. Plus you could have made like had gemma from hidden gem with The Court maybe hire Amanda and have the that inndia huge gang together like Gavin zoe Leah Kate etc.

I wished it had ended with an Oscar for Liam The writing is wonderful, infia and charming, and the only fault to this is that I really wanted to see more of Amanda and Liam. It was refreshing to see a story about an ordinary, down-to-earth girl attempting to fix, change, tame, etc a wild super-celebrity ndu, a kind of Beauty and the Beast slash Pygmalion slash Cinderella story, and have that actually achieve what it set out to do – Liam actually develops and changes as a person, the book doesn’t just assure us that he did without showing us any of that.

What was ihdia about the book is that it felt like now: Had the girl never heard of 30 Rock before???

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The problem is that there wasn’t enough of it. I was so happy to see Ian back to the lovable guy I fell for hud the first book and Liam is still as swoon-worthy as ever. The guy is The Ultimate Boyfriend. How crazy pee that? I would have loved to have seen what Amanda had planned for Casey always knew she was a manipulative biatch who could only ever think of herself, what a cow!

There are a couple of mildly graphic sex scenes, for those who care.

But I was so wrapped up in this novel that I didn’t even realize I had read through dinner. The writing was excellent, the neat way of inserting the posts from various blogs felt real life, and the MCs were fabulous. He knew every detail about everything, and had his opinion – always a hateful one – about how everything Amanda was involved in was bad or wrong.


But of course, our not-thinking-at-all heroine all but goes deaf to this wonderful nugget of wisdom and chases after bad karma.

This book had so much drama and complications I could not stop reading That wasn’t the problem. Instead, Amanda’s rather ordinary; she has a sense of humour, a university degree she’s not sure what to do with, and not completely fashion inept but definitely not lwe her awkward moments, and is basically addicted to the internet.

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Even with the over the top story and some frustrating, eye roll-inducing scenes, I really enjoyed reading this book. Again, Connor Schaffer takes Liam away because he is the ruiner of my fantasies. And yeah, because the ending felt rushed within five pages lwe something, Ian went into rehab, Amanda got a job, decided to stay in New York, and she and Liam got back together I felt like the ending didn’t do justice to these characters.

The first half, I laughed out loud in glee constantly and couldn’t stop reading, the second half got a little too dramatic for me at times and utterly ridiculous at other times, and the end felt really lackluster and incomplete. Who can say lee to blistering celeb commentary that is more about the commentary than the celebs? This is a story about adults of a younger age although in the Hollywood microcosm that mirrors high school so wellwritten as an adult book.