Monday, May 21, 2012

Review: From Fame to Shame by Veronica Blade

From Fame to Shame by Veronica Blade
Published: April 2012 (Crush Publishing)
Pages: 125
Source: for review (blogtour)
Challenge: none
Series: none
Buy the book: Amazon
Rating: ★★★★☆

When good-girl Maddie switches places with her famous bad-girl twin Jackie, she has some pretty high stilettos to fill.

Despite the danger of tabloid drama if their identity swap is discovered, Maddie has to save her sister's butt. When Jackie’s ex-boyfriend shows up with a rekindled spark for “Jackie,” his deep gray eyes and sweet kisses make Maddie's heart thumpety thump. But dating the guy who dumped her sister is a no-no. Too bad Dallas isn’t used to girls saying no. What will happen when he discovers Maddie’s deception?

Let's get down to business: I really enjoyed this cute contemporary novella! It had all the elements to draw me in and keep me there, without it feeling rushed because of the length of the book.

While I thought the storyline might feel rushed, it worked out perfectly. The ending was a little too perfect for my liking, but hey, I'm one of those people who like to see their characters really suffer, so that's my problem. I really liked Dallas in the story - he was a great character, cheeky and gorgeous and the chemistry between Dallas and Maddie was lovely.

If you're looking for a short, fun and easy read with romance, From Fame to Shame is the way to go!

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1 comment:

  1. I've been seeing this around a lot lately! I'm glad to hear it's enjoyable. I'm really into novellas lately so I'll definitely give this one a go! :)


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