Screen Idol: Hollywood to Olympus Book 1

Screen Idol: Hollywood to Olympus Book 1

by Elle Rush

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ISBN-13: 9780993990403
Publisher: Deidre Gould
Publication date: 02/01/2014
Pages: 180
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.38(d)

About the Author

Elle Rush is a Canadian romance author from Winnipeg, Manitoba. When she's not travelling, she's hard at work writing her contemporary romance eBooks which are set all over the world. Elle earned a degree in Spanish and French, barely passed German, and is starting to learn Italian and Filipino. She has flunked poetry in every language she's ever taken. She also has mild addictions to tea, cookbooks and the sci-fi channel. Keep up with Elle through her free newsletter at www.ellerush.com/newsletter

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Screen Idol: Hollywood to Olympus Book 1 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Joey442 More than 1 year ago
Sydney was woken very early Saturday morning by someone knocking at her door. She finally answered it when the knocking wouldn't stop. Her visitor was Chris Peck, a well known TV actor. She had won him as her "slave for the day" but there was a mix up and she hadn't been notified so she wasn't expecting him. Since Chris starred as Zeus on the show Olympus he was afraid she would want him to do something in costume or related to his role. He didn't have to worry though because Sydney had a very busy day ahead and didn't want him there at all. She had organized the Curse the Darkness volleyball game and evening gala to raise money for a charity to help burn victims and had everything planned to the minute so she didn't have time for Chris. But Chris needed the publicity from this event to help him get a movie role he desperately wanted so he convinced Sydney to let him help her. The characters in Screen Idol are well developed and likable. Chris was not a typical arrogant and pompous actor but a nice, down-to-earth man who was trying to get ahead in his career while at the same time helping others at the fundraiser. I loved that Sydney didn't fawn over Chris and didn't care who he was. She was just herself - a very organized woman who worked hard to make sure the event she planned was successful. Elle Rush’s creativity and ability to charm her audience are put together in a well written package that you won’t be able to put down. Even the cover was great! Several others commented on it while I was reading this book. I will definitely be reading more of this author's work and highly recommend Screen Idol.