Synopsis:When good girl Caitlin is given the task of keeping her cousin/former best friend (and mega movie star) Heller out of trouble for the weekend to promote Heller’s new movie, she quickly finds out that it won’t be as easy as she thought. Caitlin has hated Heller for the last four years, and being around her can only lead to trouble.
I loved the concept of this book, and the cover is incredible. Caitlin was a pretty good character, although her constant religious references got kinda old. I liked seeing how her character changed and evolved as the story progressed, and juxtaposing her extremely religious views with her cousin’s actions and by giving her cousin the name “Heller” was awesome. I liked how the book was friendship based, and although there were “love interests”, the book wasn’t about romance. That was really refreshing, compared to the majority of YA contemporary novels that I’ve read. Overall, I thought this book was pretty good, and I felt that it avoided (or at least didn’t delve too far into) stereotypically Hollywood type cliques.
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