Childstar 1 by J.J. McAvoy

childstarTitle: Childstar 1 (Childstar #1)
Author: J.J. McAvoy
Genres: New Adult, Romance  
Release Day: October 27th 2015
ARC kindly provided via Netgalley, in exchange for an honest review.
AMAZON US | AMAZON UK
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Amelia London is America’s sweetheart.
Noah Sloan is America’s bad boy.
Both are former child stars and once were lovers. When they are cast as the leads in the upcoming erotic suspense blockbuster—Sinners Like Us—they are forced to come to terms with the issues that tore them apart to begin with.
As the whole world watches, can they keep their secrets hidden? After all, everybody is a sinner…

4 stars!

OMG I loved this! It was a quick read and so intriguing, so hot and swoony. Amelia and Noah’s past heartbreak is affecting their on going movie filming, secrets are being revealed and the romance blooms again on the set the hottest way possible.

My first kiss? Noah.
My first time? Noah.
My frist heartbreak? Noah.

Amelia London is America’s sweetheart. She’s been acting since she was a kid, with Noah, and after her big break she turned to indies while Noah Sloan America’s bad boy turned to other stuff. They are both struggling with post child fame, both in different ways. Noah turned out to be Hollywood’s bad boy which he fits for the role perfectly and Amelia turned to indies but she’s still only getting recognized for her child role breakthrough.

With both their careers suffering, they reluctantly agree to do this movie together, even if Amelia is not a favorite among the fans in the book, but of course Noah is loved.

“I was nothing. If I didn’t act, I was nothing. It was just that simple.”

They love-hate one another and after they both agree to do this new movie based on a book (will over look the similarities to popular stuff because oh well…) their on and off screen romance gets a little messy. Noah is swoony, in a broken dramatic bad boy way, but still swoony.

“Even after all of these years, Amelia London was still my kryptonite, and she still didn’t know it.”

And Amelia was tough on the outside but sweet on the inside and really brokenhearted over their break up.

“Our relationship was doomed from the start. The only love that last in Hollywood is the one we fake and sell to others.”

These’s a lot of third party drama happening especially towards the end but I expected some pretty heavy drama and  was not surprised, also I’d totally read Sinners Like Us! Looking forward to the next two!

Kei

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