Accidental It Girl
Downtown Press, 2006 (2006)
Reviewed by Kim Atchue-Cusella
hotographer Sadie Price is always on assignment. She has tracked down many movie stars, as a member of the
. She knows that people hate her. Their insults and screaming as she snaps the perfect picture tell her that. She is at the top of her game, getting the best pictures and scooping other tabloids. She is also dating her boss. Sadie loves life in the fast lane.
t all comes crashing down after she takes a picture of Hollywood star Ethan Wyatt in a situation that changes both their lives. When the tabloids run the story, his revenge begins. Sadie is now on the other side of the camera and not liking it one bit. After the first picture of her - dating a movie star - hits the tabloids, she is mobbed by colleagues as well as other paparazzi.
hen Sadie discovers who is stalking her and behind all the lies, she finally starts to evaluate her life. She realizes that Ethan Wyatt is not the
that the tabloids make him out to be. Ethan is also starting to soften his feelings of hate towards Sadie, but will not abandon his quest to get her out of the paparazzi business.
ccidental It Girl
is a story that will stay with you for a long time. The humorous incidents described make you wonder what would happen if the tables really were turned on the paparazzi. Leads Sadie and Ethan learn more about themselves as they seek revenge on each other. Libby Street is a pen name for authors Sarah Bushweller and Emily S. Morris. Together they have created another winner.
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