Currently reading… “The Wrong Co-Star” ….. I’m at 48/100 in my reading challenge. Though it’s a lot of books I want to read that I am trying to get around to reading. This is one of them.
Spoilers? The possibility there’s spoilers listed!!
So okay! This book was as good as the first book. I wasn’t disappointed at all. I knew that both Teagan and Liam were going to end up falling for one another.
Not only that, I felt that Teagan was mean to Liam and didn’t give him the chance to show her who he was. She judged him based on what she saw on the blogs, news, magazines, etc. She learns he was a nice person when he saved her from those guys who were fighting in front of her.
I was glad she stopped being mean to him. Because he wasn’t mean to her, I think he was doing things to get attention from her. Plus, she had a stick up her behind because of what was going on with her mom.
When it comes to her mom, I was glad that she talked some sense into her mother. & her mother finally figured out that she needed help. Not only her mother, Liam finally sticking it to his mother. What I realize a lot of times teenagers and children who are thirteen and younger parents control their lives and also become money hungry when their child becomes a star (actress). I don’t even understand half the time why children or even teens look for their parents to become their managers. Half the time, the parents can be evil and controlling. I was glad that it took what that director Jake? 😢 I think that was his name 😩🤣 I don’t know how I forgot. But it took for that guy to talk some sense into Liam for him to stick it to his mother. & I was glad.
Because Liam went ahead and did the play and didn’t ruin it for Teagan and the other castmates she in drama class with, at least he (Liam) was committed, and Jake (the director) understood and didn’t fired Liam from the movie. He gave Teagan a position in the film, which was GREAT!
I can’t wait to read the story with her best friend, Hayley.
When Teagan lands the lead in her school play, the last thing she expected was for Hollywood heartthrob and notorious bad-boy Liam Black to be cast as her costar. The whole school is buzzing with his arrival, but she couldn’t be more annoyed. How can she possibly shine on stage when the limelight is focused entirely on him?
Liam might be at Lincoln High to prepare for his next movie role, but just because he can act doesn’t mean he’s the perfect guy for the part. He’s got a bad reputation. He doesn’t take their play seriously. And, worst of all, he and Teagan can’t stand each other.
They’ll have to learn to work together if they want the play to be a success, but the more time they spend together the harder it is to ignore the sparks flying between them on stage.
Good chemistry is just a part of acting though. Teagan and Liam are only pretending. Right?
This book is a full length, standalone romance.