Friday, September 18, 2015

Typecast (Hollywood Stardust)

Typecast (Hollywood Stardust) by Kim Carmichael 

What's your fantasy?
Twenty years ago, the movie Hollywood Stardust defined a generation of teens and changed the four actors’ lives forever.
Typecast as the villain both in front and behind the silver screen, Logan Alexander has purposely allowed his star to fade. Now with the 20th Anniversary of the movie on the horizon, he is the only one fit to step into the spotlight, deal with the unwanted publicity, and make sure that things meant to be left on the cutting room floor remain there.
Ivy Vermont has always longed to be a leading lady, yet her paralyzing stage fright has relegated her to stay behind the scenes as a fact checker for’s entertainment webcasts. However, when her one-time poster-boy crush walks in to the studio demanding only she be in charge of his story, she knows she must take advantage of her big break.
Now, Logan tightropes between old loyalties and new love, while Ivy struggles to stay in reality with her ultimate fantasy.


4.0 out of 5 stars slow but goodSeptember 18, 2015
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This review is from: Typecast (Hollywood Stardust) (Kindle Edition)
*I received this book in exchange for an honest review*
Though this was an interesting romance, it was long, drawn out and I feel that it dragged way too slow. There were periods of slow moving scenes, the intermittion movie script parts, I feel took away from keeping me into the story. If it had flowed better, it would have been a 4 or 5 star romance. I loved Ivy and Logan. They were great together. Again, this story was just a great romance, it just needed some trimming down.
The animosity between the stars of the movie was well done. The way the story played out turned it into a beautiful romance. I loved each character and the ending certianly shocked me, but was great. It was a great book. Truly, it was. I just hate slow moving stories that are held back by things that aren't necessary to the romance.
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