Danica Bennett isn't sure what she hates more...her job or the fact that she's good at it. As one of the many Hollywood paparazzi, she lives her life incognito and sneaks around trying to get the best shot of the latest star. When she is mistaken for an extra on a new, up-and-coming TV show, her own star rises, and she becomes the one in the photographs. Add that to the fact that she's falling for her co-star, Eliot Lane, and Danica is in a whole heap of trouble.
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I liked how Danica finds herself on the other side of the camera. Overall, author Brooke Williams creates a well rounded story. I felt like I could be friends with Lane, Danica and Noelle. I didn't like how she (Danica) seemed two-face when dealing with her cousin.
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I enjoyed this light and easy romance. The main character is a paparazzi, so it was fun to see things from the other side of the camera. She unwittingly gets a job as an extra on an up-and-coming sitcom, and begins to see things from a reversed role. This book is a fast read/listen (I listened to the Audible audio version of the book), but the pacing is good, characters are well-developed, and the story line is clean and sweet. The narrator, Leonor A. Woodworth, does a good job and sounds as I would expect the characters to sound. Overall, this is a fun book, and if you are looking for a different, fresh and breezy romance, this is a great choice.
This story is a light and entertaining read. It has romance and suspense. You think you know where the author is going in the book but she has several twists and unexpected turns. Brooke Williams tackles some difficult moral issues in a funny and entertaining way. She quickly draws you into the story and it becomes one of those books that is difficult to put down. One of her morals is that you never know what other people's life is like until you walk in their shoes and that is exactly what her main character has to do. The book reminds me of Ann Ross's Miss Julia series.
The narrator, Leonor Woodworth, did a fantastic job of telling the story. Her voice is soothing to listen to. I like how she changes her tone depending on the character she is depicting, making the narration easy to follow and pleasant to listen too.