Source: I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review as part of Xpresso Book Tours.
Synopsis: Aubrey Evans is living every author’s dream; her sizzling romance novel is being turned into a blockbuster film. She would be celebrating this momentous event, if she wasn’t busy fighting over every tiny production detail with the maddeningly cavalier director, Kole Camden.
When news of their heated rivalry hits the gossip columns, drastic measures must be taken to save their sinking project. In an elaborate PR hoax, she is publicly linked to Greyson Meyers, the swoon-worthy star of her movie. A whirl-wind love affair is staged for the couple to mirror the steamy chapters of her own books.
Can the introverted author resist the charms of Hollywood’s sexiest leading man? Or will love find her in the City of Angels?
Adapted for Film was a cute read. It was playful and made me giggle quite a bit. I always love a romance novel that can get me to laugh. Those are usually my favorite kinds.
Aubrey is a likeable enough character, one I even related to at times. I also enjoyed the minor characters a good deal as well. Kole was swoon worthy and cute and I loved her best friend Tandy the most. Even though I did like the irresistible actor Greyson, he was a very typical character without any unique charms. I should also note that there were a few good steamy scenes between the characters, an important factor when reading/rating a romance novel.
SometimesAdapted for Film had a few too many silly stupid moments, but that didn't cloud the fact that it was a joy to read. One of my favorite things about this novel is its format. The whole story is pretty much told by Aubrey to a reporter during an interview. My other favorite aspect of the book was getting to read about the whole book to movie adaption process. As an avid reader who can get frustrated when movies based on books turn bad, I found this part of the novel rather entertaining and to my liking.
Although Adapted for Film had pretty much all the same romance plot points I've read before, it was still a good entertaining read.
- Young Adult and Teen Reader voted Author of the Year 2012
- Turning Pages Magazine Winner for Best YA book of 2013 & Best - Teen Book of 2013
Stacey Rourke lives in Michigan with her husband, two beautiful daughters, and two giant, dogs. She loves to travel, has an unhealthy shoe addiction and considers herself blessed to make a career out of talking to the imaginary people that live in her head. Mark your calendars! Her latest literary adventure, Crane, will release May 26, 2014. She is currently hard at work on the continuations of this thrilling Legends Saga, as well as other literary projects.