A Guilty Pleasure
This is is not very good but for some reason I kind of enjoyed it. It's going to be one of my super guilty pleasures. I mean Jane is too nice, to the point that she is stupid and blind. She gets into situations that if she just sat back and thought clearly wouldn't do. Maybe she is just so naive to how the world works, I don't know.
My favorite is Scarlett, I think she is a much better character, with a better level head on her shoulders. The author who wrote this was on that show, The Hills and it seems like she is just turning her experience on there into a book and not a very good book. There are no twists and turns, I saw everything coming from a mile away. Madison was a bitch from the start and it was just so easy to see that again, Jane just seems stupid.
The whole plot is Scarlett and Jane move to L.A. to start their life and they get discovered by a TV producer and then that TV show messes with their lives and Scarlett wants out but Jane likes it. Drama unfolds, romance, cat fights, bitches, and drinking.
So there really isn't much to say about this book, the writing is fine, nothing special but it's easy to follow. Most of the characters are pretty one dimensional and/or petty. There are no surprises in this book, everything is just easy to spot. So do I recommend this book? Nope. Unless you're like me and for some reason that I can't even fathom like this book.