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  • Posted September 10, 2009

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    Reviewed by Angela S. for TeensReadToo.com

    MAC is back and ready for her close-up.

    After nine months full of turmoil, MAC, formerly known as Melody Ann Croft, is ready to be the top model in the industry. She's done fashion week in New York and abroad and has even appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated.

    What's next for the most wanted face in the modeling world?

    Of course, that would be the coveted partnership with Cover Girl. MAC has already been starving herself to keep her bookers happy and she's starting to feel the results with dizzy spells and hunger pains. But the model life is so great. Especially meeting all of her admirers.

    A chance meeting with older Hollywood heartthrob Patrick Carroll leads to a short-lived relationship, but it's not until MAC meets Jim, an insanely rich real estate mogul, that MAC thinks she has found the guy for her. But what does he really want from her? She's tired of being his arm candy and tired of his controlling ways.

    All MAC really wants is to be the next face of Cover Girl, and she is willing to do anything to get the lucrative contract.

    MAC's rise in the modeling world is too fast-paced and her affairs with older men are too numerous for just one book, but overall MAC is likeable and you can see traces of her in all of the models out there today, trying so hard to please everyone and succeed that they forget to care for themselves in the process.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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