Published by Perfect Bound Marketing on August 23rd 2015
Genres: New Adult
Bebe Barkley has never released a sex tape. She's not America's Next Top Model. She didn't get pregnant at 16, and has never auditioned for American Idol. In fact, she's holed up in a hotel room at the Waldorf in New York City, totally depressed. But even though she doesn't know it yet, she's about to become famous. A former equestrian rider, Bebe had a bright future until a tragic accident changed everything. Now she's unable to return to her old life, yet incapable of moving forward. Follow her as she ventures from New York to LA, the City of Broken Dreams, where she will find everything she's ever wanted, only to risk losing the things she truly loves. Join Bebe in her heart-stopping journey in Becoming Famous.
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Hell no. Nope. Just nope.
Guys, am I the only one who could not finish up this book? I tried, I swear to God I tried reading it, but after awhile, my annoyance turned into anger, and I just locked my Kindle. I could not take it anymore. I usually hate DNF-ing a book, especially if it was one for review, but I am so so sorry.
Firstly, this book started out way too robotic for me. It’s like every sentence ends. LIKE, “I went to eat breakfast. When I am done, I grabbed my keys and walked out the front door. I met James. I am bored. Blahtotheblah.” GAH. Okay, I was a little bit annoyed with that part, but you know what sends me over the edge. The story plot.
What plot? EXACTLY. WHAT PLOT? There wasn’t any direct plot in this book. I felt like I don’t even know why this is a book. It felt like reading someone’s biography. The whole book was all over the place and I honestly could not stand to read it.
I am so sorry, but this is not good. Sorry.