Tuesday, 5 August 2014

ARC Review ~ Trouble in Tinseltown (Summer Flings #1) by Aimee Duffy

Trouble in Tinseltown (Summer Flings #1)eARC received via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review

Release Date: 7th August 2014

Publisher: Harper Impulse

Part 1 of Summer Flings – a fun, flirty and laugh out loud rom com series of short stories.

Armed with a degree from Oxford that she doesn’t have a clue what to do with, Ciara Bree convinces her two best friends, Elle and Gem to spend their first summer of freedom backpacking across the globe. Now it’s time to shop, sunbathe, think about boys for a change, and party hard…

First stop: LA!

The girls hit Tinseltown for a few days of shopping, star spotting, and even a movie premiere!

But their plan to sneak into an exclusive celeb party in West Hollywood backfires. Elle’s gorgeous older cousin, Zack, is called to the rescue and despite knowing she should stay away, Ciara just can’t seem to resist him.

The ideal summer treat for those relaxing days soaking up the sun!

My Opinion

I'm going to keep this review short as Trouble in Tinsel Town is only a short story, so I don't want to ruin it for anyone.

So far I have loved every book this author has released with this imprint, and Trouble in Tinsel Town was no exception. It was a quick, fun read that has intrigued me at what the girls are going to get up to on their holidays. I'm not sure about the characters yet because I haven't met them for long enough but on first impressions, although Elle and Gem are a little shallow because of their rich-girl lifestyle, they seem like a fun group that is going to get in all sorts of trouble. I enjoyed the elements of humor and the and witty comments from Ciara, and I also liked that there was an element of a summer fling, which I'm hoping will be developed in the series but guessing it won't be. I would have loved it to be a little longer, but I'm looking forward to the next instalment!


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