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In true McMaster the Disaster fashion, Josie tumbles head-first into scandal, apparently more than just an average ghostwriter in the eyes of this new celebrity. These two factors alone should have been up to scratch. The problem is Josie, I think.
Not to mention she has never written a biography, but… engageent hard could it really be? At least, I hope it does, otherwise, it didn’t need to be there at all.
I thought Josie was pretty likable in the first book, but not so much in this one. If by sometimes, I’m assuming agmble mean all the time. Entertaining and quick, feel good story. Just like the first book, these sporadic entries really made me laugh while I was reading.
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I felt like there must have been some weird bug going around that caused everyone to have chronic swallowing issues, the way this person and that person was spitting things out or almost spitting things out of their mouth. I don’t care how she and Jake end up. Three Weddings and a Astof.
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Gamble On Engagement
Jun 15, Anita Powers rated it liked it Shelves: It was hard to believe they were really so close and were at a point where they might even be considering marriage after like 3 months?!?
I’m not sure, yet, if I’ll continue on with the series. She acted like all of it was going to just go swimmingly and she didn’t need to take any ownership of her work or direct her schedule.
Love Me if You Dare. She was down right I hate to say it but I was really disappointed in this book. May 13, Kim rated it liked it Shelves: Want to Read saving….
Josie McMaster travels to Europe to ghostwrite a biography for a Prince. Jul 11, Victoria rated it really liked it Shelves: Rqchel this one, she strikes me as much less mature and incredibly lazy.
No other loveable characters at all. ALL other scions of various noble families, whilst being related to the royal family, are NOT princes. While the reviews here say that it gqmble less entertaining than the first one, I could honestly say I’m not disappointed with this one.
Firstly, as the author would have known, three months is not enough to write and deliver an “aut This time around, Josie goes to the Engagwment to take on a ghostwriting job. I thought the situation between Josie and Leo was interesting because of the irony that Josie had two of the most eligible bachelors interested her at the same time! The second book is written by an American largely about England and it is so full of inaccuracies and ridiculous assumptions as to really ruin the book except for those Americans who know little about Great Britain.
So not worth it, I dont think I will be picking up the third book of this series.
Also, Josie signed a confidentiality agreement and agreed not to tell anyone who she was ghostwriting this book for. Feb 27, Robin B rated it liked it Shelves: The heroine does very little writing – two weeks to the end of the contract and she has written all of five ashor ten pages.
I’m onto the last book of the series. Her ‘poor me’ attitude and seeming disregard for Jake grated on me this time around and makes me want to slap her.