My life has always been in the spotlight. Born to two famous parents and then quickly rising to “super” status in the modeling world ensured that I, Astoria “Tori” Bell, would always have my image plastered across newsstands. Unfortunately, adoring fans weren’t always magnanimous and now I have a stalker on my hands.
Oddly enough, the tall, dark, and all-too handsome bodyguard hired to protect me seems more harmful than the threatening notes from the stalker. As well as his plan to flush out the danger by proposing a fake engagement.
The lines between pretend and reality blur and I have to shore up my resolves. Baggage from my past means I can’t let myself be vulnerable. But the way Marcel Fox treats me has me thinking otherwise.
With a new rock on my finger and the man who put it there by my side, happily ever after seems like a possibility or is that as fake as my public persona?
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The Truth about Fame was a wonderful story. I thought Tori and Fox’s story was fun! Their interaction was pretty awesome. I enjoyed getting to know them and Tori’s friends. They felt like real people I’d want to get to know.
I liked how it read like a light book but had such depth and sprirtual truths like forgiveness are scattered throughout the story. Answering hard questions like why does God allow bad things to happen is something that everyone asks at some point or another. I think the reader can learn valuable truths along with the characters.
I am looking forward to reading more of Toni Shiloh’s books.
I recommend this book to my family and friends.
I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book which I received from the publisher. I also purchased a copy for myself. All views expressed are only my honest opinion.
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