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Secrets of My Hollywood Life 2: On Location

August 11, 2009
By cimily SILVER, Cerritos, California
cimily SILVER, Cerritos, California
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Favorite Quote:
Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder.

Approximately 13 minutes and 3 seconds ago, I finished the book Secrets of My Hollywood Life: On Location by Jen Calonita. I just bought it yesterday from Barnes & Nobles in paperback for only $7.99; a decent price.
Even though I didn't read the first book, Secrets of My Hollywood Life, there was no problem understanding what was going on, unlike The Clique. The book is somewhat girly and cliche and unimportant, but it's like a little treat that can do you no harm. The main character, Kaitlin Burke, is a famous Hollywood actress who, apparently pretended to be a normal high school girl in the first novel, but caused a huge fiasco when her arch nemesis, Sky Mackenzie hijacked her Sidekick and betrayed her. Kaitie finally got the lead role in a new movie directed by her favorite director, but when her backstabbing, creepy ex- boyfriend is cast as her partner role, things can't be worst. Until the crazy director decides to cast the evil Sky as Katie's "best friend". Chaos comes back to Kaitie's life when Sky and Drew (the ex-boyfriend) team up to make her life miserable, and someone keeps leaking secrets about Kaitie to the press. It doesn't help that Kaitie and her adorable non-actor boyfriend Austin start fighting as well.
But with the support of her best friend and loyal assistant, Kaitie is sure to make another comeback, right? Read to find out!

229 pgs.
$7.99 (paperback) in stores, including Amazon.
$16.99 (hardcover), $12.74 on Amazon

Genre: teen/young adult/chic flick

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Abbey SILVER said...
on Oct. 11 2009 at 4:59 pm
Abbey SILVER, Grand Rapids, Michigan
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I love this book. I have read the first one and the one after this. You really should read the next one. It's really good!