By Jenny B. Jones
Thomas Nelson, 320 pages
October 4th, 2011
In a small cottage house in rural Ireland, Finley discovers she can no longer outrun the past.
When Finley travels to Ireland as a foreign exchange student, she hopes to create a new identity and get some answers from the God who took her brother away and seems to have left her high and dry.
But from the moment she boards the plane and sits by Beckett Rush, teen star of the hottest vampire flicks, nothing goes according to Finley's plan.
When she gets too close to Beckett, a classmate goes on a mission to make sure Finley packs her bags, departs Ireland-and leaves Beckett alone.
Finley feels the pressure all around. As things start to fall apart, she begins to rely on a not-so-healthy method of taking control of her life.
Finley tries to balance it all-disasters on the set of Beckett's new movie, the demands of school, and her growing romance with one actor who is not what he seems. Yet Finley is also not who she portrays to Beckett and her friends.
For the first time in her life, Finley must get honest with herself to get right with God.
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This book is the cutest read ever! This book made me go all 'Aww' all the way!
So basically, Finley met this hot vampire superstar, Beckett Rush on a plane in the 1st class sit. And Beckett is this usual hot and cocky and couldn't put off his charm even just for a minute(I fell for it already). Finley was heartbroken when her brother died and handled it with a party life. She's an exchange student to Ireland so she took this chance to start a 'new life'. And she got this audition coming that's like everything to her. She wants to like, dedicate her audition to her brother and so on...
Beckett Rush was there along the way and he kind of led a fake life. He didn't get the chance to school like the usual kid and all. He also have a fake girlfriend. Not like she doesn't exist or anything, but like she does exist but they're not in a relationship but the girl really wants to(Oh, you get my point). And he got a father that totally acts like his manager and his dad is his manager.
This book is a little bit religious but it's not as religious as First Date by Krista McGee so I didn't skip some parts and I was so glad. This book isn't like all the way cute. It has some serious parts in it like how she needs to find the cross that's in his brother's journal that's going to be the ending of her audition piece. And let's not forget Beckett Rush that helps her along the way :D
And the ending is so dang cute! This book really did justice. I would definitely recommend this book to the ones who would like to go all squel-ly :D