Wednesday, 19 November 2014

A review of A Beautiful Star by Lillianna Anderson 4****

 I was gifted this book in return for an honest review and it was a great read.



***CONTENT WARNING*** New Adult Romance for ages 18+ due to sex scenes and adult situations.


When Jonathan decided to help Lisa, he was trying to atone in some way for his past sins. He certainly wasn’t expecting to be pulled into a night full of hiding out from the press with a journalist called Sandra Haegen, and almost being choked to death by a rock star in love with his ex

When Sandra decided to help Lisa by feeding Perry, she was just trying to be a good person. She also wasn’t expecting to spend the night hiding from the press. Even more so, she wasn’t expecting to spend the night with one of Australia’s hottest young actors, Jonathan Masters. She also wasn’t expecting to save his life.

And that’s just the beginning.

From there, these two must find a way live with the past and look to the future – no matter what the personal cost.

I’m a sucker for a good easy feel good romance and a beautiful star is just that. I hadn’t heard of the author nor the books until I was gifted this. I must say when I get time I would like to catch up with books 1-4 however I didn’t know it was part of a series until the end so can be read as a stand alone novel.

The book starts two years ago in a club, Sandra and her friend Lisa running into two men from Lisa’s past but more confusion is the fact they don’t call her Lisa. One of the men is Jonathon Masters who by all accounts is a famous actor who has a bad rep with the ladies. There is an obvious spark between Jonathon and Sandra but she doesn’t date “famous” men after a bad experience when she was younger. Lisa disappears with Sandra’s help which gets her in the papers as Jonathon’s latest lady when in fact she is trying to start a relationship with the hot Brad, unfortunately there is no spark there. The rest of the story is how true love fights its way through the obstacles that life throws in its path for Sandra and Jonathon and sadly one of the obstacles is Sandra’s dad’s death.

Again I loved this story and finished it in a day as I couldn’t put it down. Do yourselves a favor ladies and get your one click finger ready.

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