Friday, July 13, 2012

From Fame to Shame by Veronica Blade

When good-girl Maddie switches places with her famous bad-girl twin Jackie, she has some pretty high stilettos to fill. Despite the danger of tabloid drama if their identity swap is discovered, Maddie has to save her sister's butt. When Jackie’s ex-boyfriend shows up with a rekindled spark for “Jackie,” his deep gray eyes and sweet kisses make Maddie's heart thumpety thump. But dating the guy who dumped her sister is a no-no. Too bad Dallas isn’t used to girls saying no. What will happen when he discovers Maddie’s deception?

Two eighteen year old twins, one who is a homebody and one who is an actress.  When Jackie needs a break from the limelight for a little while, she asks her sister Maddie to step in.  Maddie isn't used to being in the spotlight, but she does it for her sister.  What she doesn't plan on, is living across from the boy she's had a mega crush on for years, Jacki's ex-boyfriend, Dallas.  He wants to re-kindle the flame he had with Jacki and Maddie's connecting on a level with him that her sister never did.  But what will happen if she tells Dallas the truth? 

A short story, only about a hundred and sixty-five pages or so, From Fame to Shame is a a great way to spend an evening or afternoon! With engaging characters, a sweet romance and well-written dialogue, From Fame to Shame is a great summer read for young adults or older! I devoured it in one sitting - it's just that good! 

*I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

1 comment:

  1. Awww, so glad you enjoyed it :-)

    Thanks for the lovely review!!



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