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Tuesday, 1 July 2014

Starburst by Jettie Woodruff

Starburst (Star Sequence, #1)Starburst by Jettie Woodruff
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Parents in the limelight, movies, and child who is as spoilt and wilful.

She is not used to be told what to do. But because her parents have noticed she is getting a lot of tabloid interest, to protect her privacy they hire someone to be with her.
Trouble is, this leads to a lot of problems for their loving daughter as she is so unbearably spoilt.

It made for interesting reading, nice book to sit outside with for great entertainment.

I'd like to thank Jettie Woodruff for allowing me to read this book and present her with a review of my thoughts.

The following novel has been approved for restricted audiences only; it contains underage sex, drugs, and a very foul mouthed evil little princess.

Meet Allie, a strong-willed, spoiled, feisty rich kid trying to find her way. Being the daughter of not one but two public figures leaves her under constant scrutiny and meddling paparazzi. Allie doesn’t need help finding trouble - it finds her. The intrusive cameras are always in the right place at the right time, landing Allie on the front page of gossip magazines and tabloid internet sites. And pissed off parents. 

Being left at home with her nanny most of her life, Allie becomes quite introverted, keeping a handful of friends at arm’s length. She’s not like the other kids born into the life of fame and hates girl drama. After a tragedy takes her lifelong nanny, Allie rebels by running off every other hired hand post Maria. Allie doesn’t need anyone. She needs to get out of the spotlight and out of the paparazzi capital of Los Angeles. 

Can a forbidden love change her direction? Can Allie leave the life of fame, or will she get caught right in eye of the storm?

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