The lovely E.M Tippetts sent this book to me herself to me. I was so excited. Being a newbie to the blogoshpere, this book is my first given to me directly from an author. So, without further ado, I present to you my review of Someone Else's Fairytale by E.M Tippetts.
This was certainly a book different than most contemporaries out there. Chloe and Jason were different than most in books. Jason wasn't some tortured soul and Chloe wasn't some damsel waiting to be swept off her feet. This was a different story.
Instead of the guy holding all the secrets, it's the girl. Repeatedly, Chloe shocked me with her troubled past. She wasn't open to swoon over the hottest celebrity of the decade. Chloe had her priorities. Like school and homework and hopes for a scholarship. She was a tough cookie to crumble. Sometimes I wanted to yell at her for being so blind as to what Jason thought of her or how sometimes she had to let loose and have some fun. But, this is a story of growth and hard relationships. She had to learn things on her own, and she did. At her own pace and time. Luckily, this didn't bother me much. Chloe might have been a bit hard-headed when it came to romance, but she had her reasons that she kept so dearly close to her.
And then there was Jason Vanderholt. He was a busy guy. Jason has a ton of fans, not to mention a huge line of drooling girls in his wake. But Jason doesn't have his eyes set on them. He only has eyes for Chloe Winters, the girl that's just out of reach to him.
Nothing can be expected from this book, except for a happy ending, but definitely not the way anybody thought it would. It's a heartwarming romance with many ups and downs. There are disturbing skeletons in Chloe's past that are surfaced. Love, lies, and the paparazzi. Nothing is ever what it seems, even in the spotlight.
I gave this book four out of five stars. It was lovely and is definitely a great read when in the mood for something romance-y. It was such an honor to be able to talk to E.M Tippetts and get to know her. Also, it was an honor to be chosen to review it! I hope everybody else will get the chance to read this book!