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"Fake Fiancee" by Vanessaxoxo:

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This is the first of my book reviews. I have decided to write about stories everyone should read, and I know which things are good and which aren't. So do your best to impress me, and check out the review on the story below. If you think your story should be up on the next review, then leave a comment on this page, I will not read it, unless it is. Fan, comment, and read!


Submitted:Feb 9, 2012    Reads: 62    Comments: 4    Likes: 4   


"Fake Fiancee" by Vanessaxoxo:

Vanessa has shown that she is capable of quite impressive writing. Not only did she make the front page cover, but she also has over 200 fans, which to me is sad because she is an amazing writer! I'm so serious if you don't fan her, or read her stuff you're either dead, or an absolute loser, as PG as I can put it. Vanessa's story "Fake Fiancee" tells a beautiful story about a famous celebrity and an average girl, falling in love. This story had me right when Steve (Henry Parker's Manager) called up his niece (Lainie Watson). This happens to be in chapter one, which is very impressive, since usually I skim through the first five chapter (most writers start out boring and over explaining in their writing), this story actually made me read the details, and not just the dialoge. This story is extremely amazing, and well written. A tale of love, passion, understanding, lies, and unbelievable turns. I recogmend it to anyone who enjoys romance, and even to ones who don't. It had me laughing when Henry gave Lainie her nickname, but I won't say, you have to read it your self!

The link for this story is below attached to the words:

THIS STORY GET'S AN A+!





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