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Review – Someone Else’s Fairytale – E.M. Tippetts

26 Nov

someone else's fairytaleSomeone Else’s Fairytale
Author: E.M. Tippetts
Series: #1 in the Someone Else’s Fairytale series
Rating: ☆ ☆ ☆

Description:
Jason Vanderholt, Hollywood’s hottest actor, falls head over heels for every girl, Chloe Winters, who hasn’t gotten around to watching most of his movies. It’s the ideal fairytale… for most people. The last thing Chloe needs is public attention. It brings back dangers from the past that she’s worked her whole life to escape.

Review:
I was taking a break from all the romance I was reading. I purchased this book for free from amazon after reading a few reviews on there.
I liked the writers style. I found myself in the middle point of the book thinking it was almost over. I thought I had gotten to the twist of the book but I was wrong. This book not only a chic lit but it holds some mystery as well.

Chloe is a girl after my own heart I loved her. She is the girl that could be everyone’s best friend. She is strong smart and funny. However when it comes to men she has a complicated past in more ways than one. She holds so many secrets up until the end that you have to keep reading to see if she gets her happy ever after or not.

Chloe has a group of friends that do play a big part in her world some of them less significant than others. I found myself not to fond really of any of them they were there for her but it just seemed that they were only there some of the time. Part of that was Chloe and her will to do it on her own and not burden anyone. She is wanting to work in forensics and she works hard as it is. Not taking hand outs and just trying to prove she is not her mother in any way.

Matt who is one of her friends I found myself drawn to him and hoping he was the guy he presented himself to be. He is this cowboy who walks around with a purity ring on. You know that something interesting has got to be going on there. Is he a down home gentle man or is he just pretending.

Chloe’s mom was my least favorite she was just to much about herself to even see her daughter for who she was. Right to the end after everything I still wasn’t convinced that she wasn’t there for herself and not her daughter.

Josh when your introduced to him, he is walking on to the set of his next big movie. Next to Chloe was a guy who fast became my friend. However when I read him I imagined James Vanderbeek. I don’t know why. He treats Chloe with respect and treats her like a person just a she treats him. The friendship that they have is something that I have had myself just not with a movie star. I wanted him to end up with Chloe I wanted to know why she didn’t have feelings for him. He is doing all the right things and made her break out of her shell a little at a time. I just waited for something in his past to pop up and ruin this for them.

The story that comes out is shocking and sad. It has just the right amount of twists and turns and some great epic kissing scenes. You find yourself telling Chloe to open up her eyes and look at what is going on in front of her.

I want to share just a few quotes with you from the book that I thought were good.

Quotes
“No. You may know more than me about just about everything, but not men, I have got enough bad experiences to have a doctorate in this.”

“Come on, Chloe, I thought, English is your first language, Try to speak it coherently”

I hope you pick up Someone Else’s Fairytale. I give it a 3 out of 5 Stars. I liked it but it just felt like it was missing something in the end.

~Kristin

 
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