Gabi Morgan just broke up with her boyfriend, Max. To avoid spending her summer at home around him and all their friends, she starts an internship at her favorite TV show in London. There, she meets Spencer Black, an extra on the show. As their relationship progresses, Spencer is cast in a featured role on the show. Gain must figure out if she wants to continue her relationship with Spencer, or go back to the life she knows in her hometown.
I saw this book a few years ago at Barnes & Noble, but never got around to buying it. So when I ordered it online, I was super pumped! This book was pretty good. Would I read it again? Maybe. I probably will at some point. It’s not that I didn’t like the characters or that they weren’t interesting, I just wanted more. I felt like I was always on the edge of my seat, waiting for something huge to happen, or a big bombshell to be dropped. I would’ve liked to have the chance to maybe get to know Spencer more, or something. It’s not that the book isn’t good, it is, it’s just that a lot of it felt like exposition. I won’t spoil the ending in case any of you want to read it! Gabi is ridiculously awkward, which is a bit hard to get used to at first but it’s definitely interesting and refreshing. Overall, I would recommend this book as a book you should read during the summer or when you want some contemporary books that don’t make you think too much, but not as a book you need to run out and get right now.
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