Fern is glaring thirty in the face and can't ignore the love lies any longer. Life with Adam was amazing once, but she believes a romantic wedding should be the next step and Adam just won't go down on one knee. Then a chance meeting with Scottie Taylor - the UK's sexiest pop star - lights fireworks in Fern that won't stop exploding.
©2009 Adele Parks (P)2009 WF Howes Ltd
chick-lit, enjoyable and predicable
The most interesting part of the story is watching the heroine change from a normal girl into someone who is happy to fall for the glitz and glamour and miss out on the things that matter. Makes you wonder if we would all be seduced by money and glamour
The narration was good, but the pace of the book wasn't very fast.
Being late 30's and unmarried I can relate to her desperation and the ultimatum...and the willingness to overlook certain issues and problems in the pursuit of the perfect happily ever after
An ok book, easy listening, but not laugh out loud as I had hoped.
What a great story. I laughed out loud, I cried and I was shocked.
I'm a huge fan (superfan) of a certain male pop star and the beginning of this book was so realistic, the way the main character acted when she met Scottie it was brilliant.
I fell in and then out of love with Scottie and just loved Fern all the way through.
I'm not sure if there is another book following on from this one I will definitely be reading it.
Brilliant, brilliant book!!
"Worst book I have read in ages"
This book was just so hard to get into just let it go after a couple of chapters
"Worst book I've read in a while."
Way way too long, horrible plot twist I never saw coming. Just out right bad. Story line just dragged on, will never read anything by this author again.
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