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I can't recall very many descriptions about the characters and what they looked like; that would have been nice to know, for visualization purposes. There was literally no description of it. I wanted to know how it felt! It was sort of anti-climactic. Other than being slightly let down by that, I highly enjoyed this story. I read it in two nights. It would have been one, but my light was disturbing my toddler who still sleeps in bed with us , so I had to call it quits.

Any book that keeps you up until 2 a. I actually chuckled in a few parts, and it's not easy to get me to chuckle at a book! View 1 comment. Jul 14, Gina rated it did not like it. Poor editing, poor characterization, and a cliched story line made this a struggle to finish. The manipulative ending just deducted another star. Josie McMaster is one of those beautiful women who doesn't know she's beautiful but everyone around her tells her so, which means, we the readers must believe it.

Despite her refusal to participate, she winds up winning a bridesmaid lottery where she'll become the bridesmaid for a wealthy society woman. As an added bonus, the groom's brother is movie s Poor editing, poor characterization, and a cliched story line made this a struggle to finish.

As an added bonus, the groom's brother is movie star Jake Hall, who's just announced he's looking for a girl to settle down with. Littered with such cliched characters as the spoiled, bitchy model; the gay best friend; and the down home farm girl who talks too much, as well as poor punctuation, repetitive words, and misspellings, this story seriously required some guidance from an editor. Guidance that was obviously never given.

This may have been the author's first attempt at writing a romance. If that's the case, I commend her for trying but she clearly needs more education and practice before publishing. Sep 18, Sherri Hayes rated it it was ok. This is NOT a romance.

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Sorry, but it's not. A romance means the story revolves around both the hero and the heroine. This story was all about the heroine with the 'hero' as more of a supporting character. The romance that was there was minor, and when the characters finally did have sex I wasn't even sure it happened. One minute they were kissing, the next minute they are waking up on the couch. There wasn't even a 'fade to black' really, it was more of a 'cut' and on to the next morning. If This is NOT a romance. If the author hadn't mentioned that they were getting dressed the next morning, I still wouldn't have been positive anything had happened.

Was the story bad? Not exactly, although I went into the book thinking this was going to be a quirky romantic comedy based on reading the book summary. Instead I got a story about this woman who won a bridesmaid lotto, and how it changed her life. I'm not saying some people won't like this book actually I found out after I finished reading it that it's a triolgy , but it wasn't for me. View all 4 comments. Jul 07, Cyndi rated it really liked it.

This is the first book in a series about 'McMaster the Disaster. We all know its a tough time, but hers was really bad. Poor thing. Anyway, in highschool she acquired the nick name and it stuck. Now she is an adult, and has her life in order. Granted she doesn't have a lot of romance, which is a problem for her mother, friends and the continuation of a love story but she is basically happy. Her one dream is to travel the world, This is the first book in a series about 'McMaster the Disaster.

Her one dream is to travel the world, and she is working diligently on her savings so she can. Enter a Bridesmaid Lotto. Our heroine has no intention of entering. It's silly and she could never win, anyway. Even if it did mean she could finally meet her idol and crush, Jake Hall, the movie star.

What she didn't count on was her mother's determination. Not only did she win the lotto but her mother will finance her trip abroad if she agrees to participate. Our heroine is forced into the spot light and the paparazzi frenzy. Especially when it looks like the movie star has taken an interest in her. Jun 22, Trish rated it did not like it.

Whimsical and at times boring, the story is mainly pure dialog and tells of a girl who is entered into a competition to be a "bridesmaid" at a celebrity wedding by her overbearing mother where of course she meets the Brides soon to be brother-in-law, a Hollywood hunk whom she has had a crush on for quite some time. Plot can be summed up as: Girl gets entered into competition and wins. Meets her crush and he falls instantly in love with her. Hero whisks her away in his private plane for a romantic evening at his secluded cabin where of course he owns the lake and surrounding countryside and there are no neighbors to invade their privacy - apart from the circling press helicopter that captures their first kiss and of course it becomes headlining news.

There are some trials along the path to true love, most notably the bitchy model competition winner who has her eyes on the man of everyone's dreams. But on a whole the story line just does not seem to have that real ring of truth about it or real emotion between the characters. OK for a free book to read on a rainy afternoon if you have nothing else to do. At almost pages on the iPad roughly pages if printed, it could have had a lot more depth.

Jul 17, Cheri rated it it was ok Shelves: kindle.

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I would have rated this much higher if there weren't so many typos and inconsistencies. Unlike some of the other harsh critics of this book, I liked the main character. To be honest, I read books like this as an escape from the real world and I love those characters. My biggest issue was the timeline. For example, there is an engagement party on a Saturday. The next thing you know she is commenting on how work was weird the next day. And it wasn't a rare she happened to want to go in on a Sunday to catch up on some work It's like the author forgot it was supposed to be Sunday.

This happens multiple times. Not to mention that there was supposed to be three months between the bridesmaid announcement and the wedding. By the timeline that was actually used it was less than two months. Now I know that when you have a novel spanning three months you're not going to write about every single thing that happens. I'm going by the author's words I seriously considered only one star on this one, but I did like the concept and enjoyed the actual story.

I will not be purchasing the next in the series unless Kindle has it added to their free books section where I got this one, btw. There are just too many problems with the editing for me to do that. Jan 12, Deka rated it it was ok Shelves: Every time I read a book like this I want on start writing books. The cliches Why do so many American women cling to the same crappy, unrealistic love story?!

The girl is dorky, clumsy, self-deprecating, hates wearing dresses, has one friend and an overbearing mother; she also happens to be beautiful and smart. The boy is a tall, rich, and handsome celebrity who overlooks every other girl. Not hard to predict where the story goes. I gave it two stars instead of one because aside from the Every time I read a book like this I want on start writing books.

I gave it two stars instead of one because aside from the awfulness, some parts had me laughing out loud. GOOD: -Interesting premise -Humor -Fast read BAD: -None of the relationships are well developed -Unrealistic relationships Emma never really talks to her bridesmaids; a mother stops talking to her child over something stupid -Poor backstory for many characters -Poor physical descriptions of the characters some may see this as a pro as you can create whatever fits your fantasy -Numerous grammar errors and typos -Too much repetition Josie has the same thoughts and goes through the same scenarios throughout the book Jun 26, Bonnie rated it really liked it Shelves: Bridesmaid Lotto was a really fun and lighthearted read.

I loved Josie as a main character and she just felt so real to me. Josie really did not want to be a part of the Bridesmaid Lotto but eventually the glitz and glamour and of course the chance to meet her long time movie star crush wins out and she surrenders to the parties and the designer d Bridesmaid Lotto was a really fun and lighthearted read. Josie really did not want to be a part of the Bridesmaid Lotto but eventually the glitz and glamour and of course the chance to meet her long time movie star crush wins out and she surrenders to the parties and the designer dresses. She still reminded herself of who she was by writing about her misadventures in her Disaster Diary and she remained relatively grounded considering the situations she found herself in.

Sometimes we all need a little bit of a fairy tale. It was the perfect combination of humor, wit, and a little bit of romance. I can honestly say that I am looking forward for the release of the next book in the series Gamble on Engagement, which is expected to be released in August, I would recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a light and fun romantic comedy. I received a free copy of Bridesmaid Lotto from the author thank you! All opinions are my own. Sep 13, Dora Okeyo rated it liked it. I loved this book because of three reasons: 1.

Josie the main character 2. The dialogues are fast paced and you don't get bored reading them-it's like listening to a lively conversation. The story line: Yes, it is predictable especially when the other guy is depicted as Prince Charming and the lady just a normal girl who doesn't own a pair of great heels! But this one didn't have a happily ever after complete ring to it. So, if you have friends and want to have a laugh-read Bridesmaid Lotto. If I loved this book because of three reasons: 1. If you are thinking you need to fantasize about the perfect guy-read it! If you think you hate Chick Lit and they should be scrapped off, read Bridesmaid Lotto then write a thumbs down review for it!

But just read the book because it's lively and you need something like that to freshen up your brain after overworking it! Oct 20, Vicki rated it it was ok. I hate it when I write a review on a book that I was so hoping would be cute and romantic and just a quick fun read. Well, it was quick. Although it took me "3 days" to read it, it just didn't hold my attention so I only read it a little each day. In fact, if I hadn't been reading it for a challenge I probably would have abandoned it. The errors in the book were just far too many for me to overlook. It was extremely distracting!

The "heroine" simply had no self-esteem and it felt like she was an I hate it when I write a review on a book that I was so hoping would be cute and romantic and just a quick fun read. The "heroine" simply had no self-esteem and it felt like she was an adolescent in her young teens.

Since I didn't care for her I was hoping I'd fall in love with Jake, but that didn't happen either. In fact, I didn't fall for any of the characters. Cute premise but it just didn't work for me. Sep 05, Karina Nielsen rated it it was amazing. In the book Bridesmade Lotto, Josie Mcaster is a young beautiful woman who like ever other woman has a crush on the famous, young, and handsome, Jake Hall.

His brother just happens to be getting married to Emma VanHorn, who is holding a bridesmade lottery for her wedding. During all of the wedding chaos her and Jake fall in love with each other. After a few twist and turns from the other bridesmades and Josie's friends, the wedding comes and all went smoothly, Jake and Josie were together all ni In the book Bridesmade Lotto, Josie Mcaster is a young beautiful woman who like ever other woman has a crush on the famous, young, and handsome, Jake Hall.

After a few twist and turns from the other bridesmades and Josie's friends, the wedding comes and all went smoothly, Jake and Josie were together all night, and went home together. The rest of the book is full of unbelievable events that change Josie's life.

This book was very well written and the author did a great job making sure that it kept you interested and it was a good twist on a love story. You could never predict the very next thing exactly which I liked. The only thing I think was dissapointing to me is that, the ending went very quick and almost seemed rushed, where as the rest of the story was well layed out. Also I liked how the ending makes you want to read the sequel really bad.

It keeps you thinking and there are so many ways that the next book could go. I think shewrote this for girl teenagers that just want a good love story. I think she did a great job on always keeping the audience interested. I enjoyed this book a lot, I don't like most love stories but the Bridesmade lotto always kept me interested I couldn't put the book down. I hands down give it a five out of five, because the author wrote the book so that whatever you predicted was going to happen, the exact opposite happened so you would never know what was going to go on next.

I reccomend this book to teenage girls who like a good love story book. Jul 10, A. Cliche, Cliche, Cliche I wanted to scream in agony by the time I finished this one. The book is riddled with typo's, missing words, and dumb, dumb dialog. The cover says that Astor is a best selling author I don't know who thinks she's best selling Every character in this book is a cliche - from the bumbling Cliche, Cliche, Cliche Every character in this book is a cliche - from the bumbling leading lady to her best friend, flamboyantly gay co-worker, to the calculating evil fashion model, to the bumbling, over-chatty, hillbilly country girl.

Think of every caricature you've ever seen on TV and you have the characters in this book. Even the 'hot' movie actor doesn't hold up. There is no description of anything in this story--well, except for the exceptional outfits the gay character puts together--and then it's over explained. We have no idea what color hair our leading lady has, what color the movie stars eyes are, or anything Give me a break I want to know everything about these people!

Not just how stupid they sound because of the lame dialog. And as for plot - again predictable and mind numbing I will not read another book by Astor Jan 02, Hajira added it. Can't give it any stars. Liked it enough that I'd buy the other books if they were on sale. Dec 20, Marianne rated it really liked it Shelves: humorous , rom-com , audible. Jul 05, Victoria rated it really liked it Shelves: reads.

Just an FYI, this series only comes in an ebook version. This book was good and bad for me. I really liked the lightheartedness of the story and how it felt like an easy beach read which was good for camping on the beach this past week :. This was such an easy story to get lost in that it only took a couple of days to get through. The plot itself w Just an FYI, this series only comes in an ebook version. The plot itself was interesting and entertaining and not something I've heard before but it could be really predictable at times. One of my biggest problems with this book was the grammatical errors and spelling slip-ups.

Which isn't really that big of a deal, just a pet peeve of mine. It doesn't bother me if a book has a few but it happened a lot in this book. This story didn't really go too in depth either, you only really scratch the surface of the characters and the story. You get the main plot points but it never really goes too into the story and what's happening. After Josie is chosen to be a bridesmaids, you don't really get too much about the actual plans for the wedding, other than picking up her bridesmaids dress and the bachelorette party.

Even with the wedding, there really wasn't much detail about the wedding itself and focused mainly on Josie and Jake's interactions. Which is understandable seeing as how she's the main character and the development of their relationship is the main focus of the book, but I just felt like those parts were lacking. Finding out that he actually is the way you dreamed he would be, sweet and completely normal! I found his and Josie's relationship to just be really sweet and simple, and just adorable. One thing that I really liked throughout the story were Josie's Disaster Diary entries.

They added to the fun, lighthearted feeling of the book, they actually had me laughing out loud while I was reading. Some of the situations and predicaments Josie has gotten herself into throughout her life are seriously comical! All in all this book really was enjoyable because of how lighthearted and easy it was.

I would recommend it, especially if you're looking for a fun beach read View all 3 comments. Feb 17, Paula Phillips rated it really liked it. At 26 years old, Josephine aka Josie has her life finally on track, there is just one thing missing according to her mother - a boyfriend. Josie is content with her life and happy so why can't everyone else be.

When a contest is announced that a Socialite is getting married and hoping to have ten lucky women as her bridesmaids , a bridesmaid lottery is opened and each girl gets their fifteen minutes of fame. Josie but can't help roll her eyes at this, who would be so desperate for fame and atten At 26 years old, Josephine aka Josie has her life finally on track, there is just one thing missing according to her mother - a boyfriend.

Josie but can't help roll her eyes at this, who would be so desperate for fame and attention that they would sign up and join a stranger's bridal party. The whole world around Josie is buzzing , what happens next though will send Josie's life on a spin as her mother has gone behind her back and entered her into the lottery. Josie is one of the ten chosen bridesmaids and this may also be her chance at winning a date with the hunky actor Jake Hall - a actor crush of hers.

The thing though is that Josie has a secret - she is an absolute klutz and right through school her nickname was McMaster the Disaster. Will Josie find a way to embarrass herself in front of her new crowd? During this book we also are presented with diary entries of Josie's which detail some of her klutzier moments and relate to her inner feelings about Jake.

What will happen though when someone Josie trusted leaks her dirty laundry and private thoughts to the media? Sep 13, Dora Okeyo rated it liked it. I loved this book because of three reasons: 1. Josie the main character 2. The dialogues are fast paced and you don't get bored reading them-it's like listening to a lively conversation. The story line: Yes, it is predictable especially when the other guy is depicted as Prince Charming and the lady just a normal girl who doesn't own a pair of great heels! But this one didn't have a happily ever after complete ring to it.

So, if you have friends and want to have a laugh-read Bridesmaid Lotto. If I loved this book because of three reasons: 1.

If you are thinking you need to fantasize about the perfect guy-read it! If you think you hate Chick Lit and they should be scrapped off, read Bridesmaid Lotto then write a thumbs down review for it! But just read the book because it's lively and you need something like that to freshen up your brain after overworking it! Oct 20, Vicki rated it it was ok. I hate it when I write a review on a book that I was so hoping would be cute and romantic and just a quick fun read. Well, it was quick.

Although it took me "3 days" to read it, it just didn't hold my attention so I only read it a little each day. In fact, if I hadn't been reading it for a challenge I probably would have abandoned it. The errors in the book were just far too many for me to overlook. It was extremely distracting! The "heroine" simply had no self-esteem and it felt like she was an I hate it when I write a review on a book that I was so hoping would be cute and romantic and just a quick fun read. The "heroine" simply had no self-esteem and it felt like she was an adolescent in her young teens.

Since I didn't care for her I was hoping I'd fall in love with Jake, but that didn't happen either. In fact, I didn't fall for any of the characters. Cute premise but it just didn't work for me. Sep 05, Karina Nielsen rated it it was amazing. In the book Bridesmade Lotto, Josie Mcaster is a young beautiful woman who like ever other woman has a crush on the famous, young, and handsome, Jake Hall. His brother just happens to be getting married to Emma VanHorn, who is holding a bridesmade lottery for her wedding. During all of the wedding chaos her and Jake fall in love with each other. After a few twist and turns from the other bridesmades and Josie's friends, the wedding comes and all went smoothly, Jake and Josie were together all ni In the book Bridesmade Lotto, Josie Mcaster is a young beautiful woman who like ever other woman has a crush on the famous, young, and handsome, Jake Hall.

After a few twist and turns from the other bridesmades and Josie's friends, the wedding comes and all went smoothly, Jake and Josie were together all night, and went home together. The rest of the book is full of unbelievable events that change Josie's life. This book was very well written and the author did a great job making sure that it kept you interested and it was a good twist on a love story.

You could never predict the very next thing exactly which I liked. The only thing I think was dissapointing to me is that, the ending went very quick and almost seemed rushed, where as the rest of the story was well layed out. Also I liked how the ending makes you want to read the sequel really bad. It keeps you thinking and there are so many ways that the next book could go.

I think shewrote this for girl teenagers that just want a good love story. I think she did a great job on always keeping the audience interested. I enjoyed this book a lot, I don't like most love stories but the Bridesmade lotto always kept me interested I couldn't put the book down. I hands down give it a five out of five, because the author wrote the book so that whatever you predicted was going to happen, the exact opposite happened so you would never know what was going to go on next.

I reccomend this book to teenage girls who like a good love story book. Jul 10, A. Cliche, Cliche, Cliche I wanted to scream in agony by the time I finished this one. The book is riddled with typo's, missing words, and dumb, dumb dialog. The cover says that Astor is a best selling author I don't know who thinks she's best selling Every character in this book is a cliche - from the bumbling Cliche, Cliche, Cliche Every character in this book is a cliche - from the bumbling leading lady to her best friend, flamboyantly gay co-worker, to the calculating evil fashion model, to the bumbling, over-chatty, hillbilly country girl.

Think of every caricature you've ever seen on TV and you have the characters in this book. Even the 'hot' movie actor doesn't hold up. There is no description of anything in this story--well, except for the exceptional outfits the gay character puts together--and then it's over explained. We have no idea what color hair our leading lady has, what color the movie stars eyes are, or anything Give me a break I want to know everything about these people!


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Not just how stupid they sound because of the lame dialog. And as for plot - again predictable and mind numbing I will not read another book by Astor Jan 02, Hajira added it. Can't give it any stars. Liked it enough that I'd buy the other books if they were on sale. Dec 20, Marianne rated it really liked it Shelves: humorous , rom-com , audible. Jul 05, Victoria rated it really liked it Shelves: reads. Just an FYI, this series only comes in an ebook version. This book was good and bad for me. I really liked the lightheartedness of the story and how it felt like an easy beach read which was good for camping on the beach this past week :.

This was such an easy story to get lost in that it only took a couple of days to get through. The plot itself w Just an FYI, this series only comes in an ebook version.


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  • The plot itself was interesting and entertaining and not something I've heard before but it could be really predictable at times. One of my biggest problems with this book was the grammatical errors and spelling slip-ups. Which isn't really that big of a deal, just a pet peeve of mine.

    It doesn't bother me if a book has a few but it happened a lot in this book. This story didn't really go too in depth either, you only really scratch the surface of the characters and the story. You get the main plot points but it never really goes too into the story and what's happening.

    After Josie is chosen to be a bridesmaids, you don't really get too much about the actual plans for the wedding, other than picking up her bridesmaids dress and the bachelorette party. Even with the wedding, there really wasn't much detail about the wedding itself and focused mainly on Josie and Jake's interactions.

    Which is understandable seeing as how she's the main character and the development of their relationship is the main focus of the book, but I just felt like those parts were lacking. Finding out that he actually is the way you dreamed he would be, sweet and completely normal! I found his and Josie's relationship to just be really sweet and simple, and just adorable. One thing that I really liked throughout the story were Josie's Disaster Diary entries. They added to the fun, lighthearted feeling of the book, they actually had me laughing out loud while I was reading.

    Some of the situations and predicaments Josie has gotten herself into throughout her life are seriously comical! All in all this book really was enjoyable because of how lighthearted and easy it was. I would recommend it, especially if you're looking for a fun beach read View all 3 comments. Feb 17, Paula Phillips rated it really liked it. At 26 years old, Josephine aka Josie has her life finally on track, there is just one thing missing according to her mother - a boyfriend. Josie is content with her life and happy so why can't everyone else be.

    When a contest is announced that a Socialite is getting married and hoping to have ten lucky women as her bridesmaids , a bridesmaid lottery is opened and each girl gets their fifteen minutes of fame. Josie but can't help roll her eyes at this, who would be so desperate for fame and atten At 26 years old, Josephine aka Josie has her life finally on track, there is just one thing missing according to her mother - a boyfriend.

    Josie but can't help roll her eyes at this, who would be so desperate for fame and attention that they would sign up and join a stranger's bridal party. The whole world around Josie is buzzing , what happens next though will send Josie's life on a spin as her mother has gone behind her back and entered her into the lottery.

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    Josie is one of the ten chosen bridesmaids and this may also be her chance at winning a date with the hunky actor Jake Hall - a actor crush of hers. The thing though is that Josie has a secret - she is an absolute klutz and right through school her nickname was McMaster the Disaster. Will Josie find a way to embarrass herself in front of her new crowd? During this book we also are presented with diary entries of Josie's which detail some of her klutzier moments and relate to her inner feelings about Jake. What will happen though when someone Josie trusted leaks her dirty laundry and private thoughts to the media?

    Will this be the end of Josie and Jake or will he be the gentleman and shrug it off and go any publicty is good publicty?. What I liked about Bridesmaid Lotto, is that despite the light-heartedness of the story, it does give readers the view of what can happen when one of you becomes famous and that often someone you trusted or thought was your friend, will get jealous and turn their backs on you. If you are wanting a fun light-hearted romance that has the feel of Reality TV to it , then check out Bridesmaid Lotto by Rachel Astor.

    Alot of reviewers have written about how they found this book to be cliched, but in my view sometimes we readers need something cliched and light to read and sometimes the treasures hide in the cliched piles. Aug 25, Cheryl Koevoet added it Shelves: free-on-kindle. Downloaded a free version for Kindle I'll start off by saying that I really liked the premise of this book and it is just the sort of escapism I love reading.

    Here are the good points and negative points in a nutshell: Good things - interesting premise - one or two likable characters - delightful escapism Nega Downloaded a free version for Kindle I'll start off by saying that I really liked the premise of this book and it is just the sort of escapism I love reading. I'm not even sure if this is Young Adult or Chick Lit, but the dialogue seemed to be more YA level and the characters were way too underdeveloped to be considered Adult -- disappointing really.

    I thought that it was such a shame that the reader doesn't really get to know the characters motivations -- this should be the driving force of the plot. I like the author's clear and concise writing style, but the book really should have been professionally edited -- it would have made a world of difference.

    Jul 22, Johanna rated it really liked it Shelves: challenge This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This book was funny and made me laugh in more than one occasion! Sure, it was not very surprising in general, but there were some shocking events in there as well that I did not see coming! Perfect for a light easy reading after something heavier, emotionally deep books. At least was for me!

    But if you dont like silly girls books, then this is not a book for you. So this is what its about: A random normal girl gets a chance to meet a movie star. A hot movie star. But its not just a date shes getti This book was funny and made me laugh in more than one occasion! Go ahead and get yours. And read about Disaster Diaries.. When I got it, it was free from amazon : ch. Two chapters done, seems like a quick and easy read. Hah, I'm loving the Disaster Diaries idea. And they are fun.

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    I am quite liking this book! A date with the movie star. Bachelorette party with riches.. Oh come on what an ending! I need to find out more! I noticed some spelling mistakes o. Nov 30, Juliet rated it it was ok Shelves: read , chick-lit , bookclub-reads , romance , kindle-free. By almost the end of the book, I am sure I was going to give it 3 stars but the ending just totally ruined the whole book. I know this is a trilogy but it doesn't give such a lousy excuse for that open ending. It's not even an ending! I felt like I have wasted my time on this book.

    If I was holding a hardcopy of this book, I might have just threw it across the room or even burned it. The reason why I didn't give this book a one star rating is because the plot is a fresh one which is different from all the bridesmaid chick lit out there. However, characters development is very very poor.

    The author made some characters like Rebecca seems so important in the beginning but by the middle of the book, she has already faded away and seems like a nobody. I don't think I will pick up another book by the author. Well this book certainly turned out to be what it advertised. For that I cannot fault it. I can fault it, however, for bad grammar and little character development.

    If you've been trained in the amazing art of grammar and punctuation like I have, this book is a blow to your soul to read.

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    Hopefully the next two had a better copy editor. As for the story itself- the other reviews say it better. You get what you maybe paid for. I lied.


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    • I do have one big question. Either I completely missed it o Well this book certainly turned out to be what it advertised. Either I completely missed it or it didn't happen, but there was never a mention about anyone's cell phone. They got all their info from the newspaper. Hello, it is the 21st century. Even in or whenever she wrote these, people were still attached to their phones.

      I don't know why these characters weren't either. And an AOL email? Come on. Feb 18, Lizzie rated it it was ok Shelves: , own , books-freeme , horrible-grammar , romance , ebook. This is kind of book you read when you're waiting for the-next-big-thing book to come out.

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      I felt there was a lot of unfinished business for some of the side characters but maybe that's taken care of in the other books Because, yeah, there's more. Some of her friendships suffer through out but I found that to be similar to real-life, the author didn't sugar coat it. But I gu This is kind of book you read when you're waiting for the-next-big-thing book to come out. But I guess thats what happens when you put your friends on a side-burner for a new guy in your life.

      It just sucked for the main character to realize publicly that you never know exactly who you can trust! At less than pages its a quick read. So all together it's a light-hearted read that's a good filler while waiting for the next book to come along. Oct 03, Barb rated it it was ok. Needed a quick, fun read between some really heavy reading and this was sitting on my kindle, as I had downloaded it for free.

      Fun plot although outrageous, quality characters, but the misspellings ought, not aught Let's see A week after the July 21 wedding the local coffee shop is offering peppermint mochas and pumpkin lattes? The Needed a quick, fun read between some really heavy reading and this was sitting on my kindle, as I had downloaded it for free. The book was supposedly over 3 months yet when calculating all the events, it couldn't have been more than five weeks. Just because a book is self-published doesn't mean it has to be full of errors.

      Find a good editor. Get a cadre of trusted friends to read your drafts and find the errors. That is what will separate a good book from all the garbage out there. Apr 29, Lilee White rated it liked it. This actually quite hilarious, I loved Jose's embassing moments I was also totally rooting for her blosoming romance with easy-on-the-eyes celebrity Jake Hall, which totally panned out into an awesome relationship.

      I also loved her crazy bestie Mattie, he seriously made my day with his over the top statements and attitude. I would totally hire him as a stylist, the boy knows his looks. The villians in this story; Calla and Rebecca, really annoyed me at how low they'd stoop t This actually quite hilarious, I loved Jose's embassing moments The villians in this story; Calla and Rebecca, really annoyed me at how low they'd stoop to attempt to ruin what Josie and Jake had going on.

      Jennifer, Josie's unlikely new friend was also a fab addition to an amazing read. Not ooey gooey romance at all! More like trying for funny - light - romance. Very light. Hard to cheer for them. I loved Mattie. Wish I had a Mattie in my life. Every girl needs a Mattie. Jul 04, Sarah rated it it was amazing Shelves: romance-challenge.

      I got the book because it was a free read. I took a gamble and loved the story. It felt like a mix of reality Tv and celebrity. I really enjoyed it. Josie really seemed almost real to me especially the Disaster Diary.

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