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Abby Road

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  • Posted March 16, 2013

    A great story where the characters are all well pictured and ent

    A great story where the characters are all well pictured and entertaining.

    Often, in the romantic stories featuring celebrities, all the cards are spread out so that the flakes and sparks make you dream. Also generally, the trend is having a man in the spotlight and a woman who is attracted by the personality behind the mask of the star. A great receipe, of course, because the female reader wants to picture herself with whatever actor she secretly fantasize about. 

    A very refreshing novel because Ophelia London reverse the trend.
    Abby has talent. However, by using her voice too much, by spending her time on the road, by smiling at her fans, and by always trying to dodge the paparazzi, she begins to falter.
    Physically and mentally exhausted, she needs to stop running and recharge. But even two months of vacations seem to be difficult to insert in her super busy schedule.

    Yet this change of air will give her a new impulsion, a new desire and... will radically change her life.
    Of course, there is a love story. Of course Todd is the perfect guy for Abby. Of course he tries to fit into her famous world. 
    Obviously the road to happiness is strewn with pitfalls but this part here, it is up to you to find out about. Don't be a chicken, the story is great and the characters are all well pictured and entertaining.

    What interested me the most is the backstage development and drama. The backbreaking work required to be famous. The betrayal, the pressure, guilt and the lack of self-confidence of the heroin. 
    Perfectly described, it is far from the dream life imagined by fans and yet this is what makes the charm of this story.

    A very nice discovery.

    Lucie
    newbooksonmyselves.blogspot.fr

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