I really want to give this book more than 3.5 stars as so much about it was fab. I wanted to love it but I didn’t quite get there. It was a bit like a Disney story but for adults, sugar sweet with a few sad, yummy and scary bits thrown in before the happy ever after. This is not necessarily a bad thing it just didn’t feel REAL. Oh and R.L Mathewson is freaking hilarious but this book didn’t have that “tears in your eyes belly laughing” thing going on. Well except for Edwards mum on a couple of occasions…loved her, she was funny!

It’s about Dana and Edward (I was totally picturing RP here), she is an author and he is an actor.

Dana has a crappy marriage because her hubby is a dog!! They have 2 young kids but nothing else. She gets a divorce follows her dreams and becomes a famous author. She is actually quite inspirational…

Edward is a scrumptious actor who doesn’t really have a life outside the movies…so he reads and is a huge fan of Dana’s.

Edward is offered the lead in the movie based on Dana’s book, they fall in love and the story unfolds from there about the crazy world of Love & Fame and staying sane.

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