Crashing the A-List

Crashing the A-ListEbook Crashing The A List Author Summer Heacock Freeboooks.com After Four Months Of Unemployment, Former Book Editor Clara Montgomery Is Still Stuck Sleeping On Her Little Brother S Ugly Couch In Queens Determined To Keep Her Minuscule Savings Account Intact, She Takes A Job Clearing Out Abandoned Storage Units, But Is In No Way Prepared For Stumbling Upon Dead Snakes Or Trying To Identify Exactly Where The Perpetual Stench Of Beets Is Emanating From.When Clara Comes Across A Unit That Was Once Owned By An Escort Service, She Finds The Brothel R Sum Of A Younger Caspian Tiddleswich An Astonishingly Famous British Actor Her Best Friend Thinks She Should Sell The Gossip To A Tabloid To Fund Her Way Off The Couch From Hell, But Clara Instead Manages To Track Down Caspian S Contact Info, Intending To Reassure Him That Her Lips Are Sealed.Unfortunately, Caspian Misinterprets Clara S Attempt At Altruism And Shows Up On Her Doorstep, Accusing Her Of Blackmail When The Paparazzi Capture A Photo Of Them Together, Caspian S PR Team Sees An Opportunity To Promote His Latest Film And If Clara Wants To Atone For Her Crimes, She Ll Have To Play Along Pretending To Be Caspian S Girlfriend Seems Like It Will Be A Tolerable, If Somewhat Daunting, Penance Until Their Fake Romance Becomes Something Than Either Of Them Expected.

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  • 400 pages
  • Crashing the A-List
  • Summer Heacock
  • English
  • 03 May 2017

10 thoughts on “Crashing the A-List

  1. says:

    Crashing the A List by Summer HeacockEnemies to maybe friends or in this often humorous and clean romcom.Clara is working temporarily to clear out some storage units while looking for a job Ethics override the chance for some quick money but Clara s actions are suspect by Caspian He doesn t believe her claims of innocence I really liked that as Clara was interviewing, she knows the insider industry details That makes her quite professional and prepared.I think the hero was too quick to judge and lack of trust really hurt the story and relationship ...

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    Crashing the A List generously provided in exchange for an honest review 3 but for real this time StarsThis one started out great for me Hilariously set up with intrigue thanks to strange circumstances where the heroine comes across a piece of a hot celebs past Set in NYC this heroine is stumbling her way through life when one drunken phone call sets off a new course in her life she never saw coming The characters and the dialogues are utterly hilarious I found myself laughing out loud on several occasions especially those scenes with the heroine s mom I really, really liked it even though the beginning when the hero makes a less than stellar name for himself with readers The wit and humor are dry and sarcastic which was perfect for the story And the secondary characters take on lives of their own within the pages It s around the 55 80% mark where I started to get a little frustrated with the book The second conflict of the story basically repeats the first I saw no trust, no growth or development from the hero and one of major pet peeve tropes was used again in the same manner except this time with no real basis I appreciated the vulnerability that came from this but I just couldn t get on board totally as it ruined the chemistry and the development of the romance I thought was happening The end c...

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    Crashing the A List by Summer Heacock is a new contemporary romance This one is a romantic comedy that brings together a pair of opposites that engage in a fake dating plan.Clara Montgomery had lost her job as a book editor and only with the help of her brother and the use of his couch had so far managed to stay in the city and continue looking for work In the meantime Clara had taken on a not so glamorous job of cleaning out storage units to make some quick cash.When Clara and her best friend stumble upon a storage unit full of boxes of paperwork that seem to have come from a escort agency over a decade before Clara s friend encourages her to look for famous names to sell to the media Clara however can t bring herself to profit from others misery so when she finds the name of a famous actor she ...

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    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Honestly, I picked this up completely on a whim It showed up on my doorstep and at that point I hadn t even heard of this book coming out I was sold on it because of the cover and it just sounded extremely fun I m so glad I gave it a shot CRASHING THE A LIST was a super fun and fast paced book I completely enjoyed myself.Our heroine Clara has been unemployed for four months and is now living with her brother Her future sister in law gets her a job to clear out repossessed storage units for her uncle to make some money while she sends out resumes to publishing houses While clearing out a unit she finds documents about an escort service and a file on one particular escort who now happens to be an A List British actor One drunk call and a misunderstanding later and he s standing in her living room accusing her of blackmailing him with that information And after the paparazzi see them together,...

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    Sometimes you just need a little RomCom in you life and Crashing the A List hit the mark Clara is down on her luck, lost her editing career and is living on her brother s couch To get some money she takes a job cleaning out all the defunked storage units Cleaning out the units she comes across records from an escort service In these records, she finds resume for a British A List actor She uses her editing contacts to track him down to reassure him she won t tell anyone, only to drunkenly blunder it Having Caspain show up at her brother s door to blackmail her into pretending to be his girlfriend Crashing the A List is fun, flirty and like all great romcoms, a little bit serious to keep the reader invested and just what I was looking for.I received this ARC copy of Crashing the A List from HARLEQUIN MIRA U.S and Canada This is my honest and voluntary review Crashing the A List is set for publication July 2, 2019.My...

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    Crashing the A List was pure escapism and the perfect summer read The situation that Clara gets herself into inadvertently blackmailing a famous actor and then fake dating him was so clearly unrealistic and over the top that it just ended up working Clara s snotty barbs to Caspian and her banter with her best friend were spot on The one area where I felt that this one didn t succeed as strongly as I was hoping for was the romance aspect This was much of a self discovery story than I was expecting so the romance wasn t as strong as I had hoped for going in The entire novel is told from the point of view of Clara, and in general, I find this less successful for a romance, since I always feel like half the story is left untold At the end of the day, Crashing the A List was a funny book that entertained me, and at the end of the day, that s what I was looking for when picking this one up The one liners and the bizarre situations that Cl...

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    On being a little way in I have decided I am not the audience for this book So far the heroine is whiny and first person narrative has to be really good to hold me I also don t appreciate the language, so I am not prepared to commit valuable reading time to...

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    Coffee dates with Crashing the A ListFirst Date Our dates begin when Clara, an unemployed publicist discovers something in a storage unit and fumbles the return of said information, leading the intended recipient, sexy British actor, Caspian Tiddleswich, to believe Clara is trying to blackmail him When a photo appears them, everyone assumes the secretive Tiddleswich has a girlfriend The two enter a twisted arrangement built off a stack of misconceptions I loved the whole setup, Clara s BFF and the initial interactions between Clara and Caspian Second Date Chemistry, snark and attitudes have me feeling hot and cold Clara is a hoot, particularly with her habit of naming inanimate objects She even talks to them much like I talk to my coffee We could be BFFs Family and friends added moments of laughter Clara s mother and the whole lunch scene was hilarious Clara and Caspian open up and we gain some understanding into Tiddleswich and just when things heat up, someone dowses the ...

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    Clara Montgomery was a children s book editor until the publishing house she worked for was bought out by a soulless e book retailer Now she s unemployed, sleeping on her little brother s extremely uncomfortable couch and working for her brother s fiance s rather shady Uncle Charlie emptying storage units When she comes across evidence that a famous British actor called Caspian Tiddleswich was once a male escort she and her BFF briefly consider selling the information to the gossip rags but her conscience gets the better of her Unfortunately after one too many drinks Clara accidentally leaves a drunken rambling message on Caspian s phone What she meant to say was Don t worry, I have the information safe and I won t share it , but what it sounded like was an attempt at blackmail Clara recalls nothing of the call until an irate Caspian tracks her down and threatens to report her to the police.Instead of reporting Clara to the police Caspian does some blackmailing of his own, forcing her to accompany him to dinners, parties and other social events to appease his people In addition, he is such a jerk that every second in his company is an exercise in self control for Clara so that she doesn t throat punch him.I love me an enemies to lovers romance and this was a great one, full of antics, weird relatives, fancy parties, peculiar storage units, snarky repartee and lovable characters However, I have to say the first chapter or two didn t grab me, Clara...

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    Originally published on The Nerd Daily Review by Mimi KoehlerI am still suffering from whiplash after reading Crashing The A List If I had to compare the experience of reading this book, I d say it s like following six seasons of The Vampire Diaries all the while being emotionally torn apart by the push and pull of a certain couple sans the supernatural element but all the gushing and ripping out your hair at the characters actions However, I would gladly suffer through that hell over and over again if it means having as much fun as I did reading Crashing The A List.Crashing The A List follows Clara who, after four months of unemployment, resorts to sleeping on her brother s couch until she can find another position in publishing To earn some money in the meantime, she accepts a job offer to clean out abandoned storage units, spending her days sorting through other people s memorabilia, helped emotionally and actively by her best friend CiCi.When Clara stumbles on a dark secret of an actor both she and Cici adore hidden in a box one day, they joke about making some money with that information Alas, not able to do something so morally abhorrent, they laugh about it and Clara tries to put it out of her mind However, after an attempted move of altruism is construed as a sinister act, none other than the actor himself, Caspian Tiddleswich, shows up at Clara s front door, demanding repentance And how does he plan to make her atone for her sins By pretending to date him...

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