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Sweet Little Lies (L. A. Candy)

3.55 of 5 stars 3.55  ·  rating details  ·  13,713 ratings  ·  690 reviews
As the star of MTV’s #1 reality show The Hills, Lauren Conrad has captivated millions of viewers. In her second novel, Sweet Little Lies, Lauren’s main character is faced with a reality much like the author’s: Now a full-fledged celebrity, Jane Roberts is discovering that with fame comes perks—and problems. From racy photos of her leaking to the press, to a falling out wit ...more
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Published (first published January 1st 2010)
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stephanie
pathetic, i know. but i do want to read it. everyone needs a guilty pleasure?
Sarah
Let's be honest. The only reason she has a book deal is because she's famous, rather than has any formal qualifications for writing. And I'm OK with that. I'm drawn to it because I also have no formal qualifications for writing, and so as I read I wonder to myself- could I write this? Could I write better than this? And it fulfills that basic, and somewhat voyeuristic, human desire to compare yourself to someone else who has more fame and money than you do.

The only down side I see is that this t
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Tiny Pants
People, don't let the whole "This was written by a reality TV star" thing get you down on this series. I mean let's be real -- this was written by her "editorial assistant", i.e., ghostwriter, just like pretty much everything else any YA packager is putting out these days. Come on, do you think she designs her clothing lines, too? If you do, you probably need to sit down so we can have a tough talk about the Easter Bunny while we're at it. As someone who finished reading this on her 30th birthda ...more
Jennifer Wardrip
Reviewed by Angela S. for TeensReadToo.com

This second novel in the L.A. CANDY series starts off where the first one left off.

Jane Roberts, star of the hit reality TV show L.A. Candy, finds herself in the middle of a national scandal after a tabloid prints some photos of her in a rather compromising position. Not knowing what to do or where to turn, Jane takes the advice of her castmate, Madison, and takes off to Cabo for some much needed peace and quiet with Madison by her side to comfort and co
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Jacoline
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De schrijfstijl

Net als het eerste deel leest dit boek weer heel vlot. Lauren Conrad schrijft heel toegankelijk, je zit direct weer in het verhaal en ze zorgt er ook voor dat je af en toe zit te glimlachen om alles wat Scarlett en Jane meemaken.

Het verhaal

Het verhaal gaat verder waar deel 1 geëindigd was. Jane is gevlucht voor de pers nadat haar foto is uitgelekt en zit samen met Madison in een reso
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Idalia
Surprisingly, Sweet Little Lies was fun, charming, scandalous, and light read. Had all the elements of reality show, which is what intrigued me to read this.

Nothing has changed since the start of L.A. Candy, the reality show. Everything is the same, except rumors, scandal, and bitchy-ness is swirling in the L.A. life of Jane, Scarlett, and Madison.

KISS: Keep It Simple Stupid, that would describe the writing in this book. While I was reading, I could imagine how better it could be. With out a dou
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Teresinha
UPDATE: http://mundo-da-teresinha.blogspot.co...

Pokračování L. A. Candy se v zásadě nese v podobném duchu jako jednička. Takže jestli vás příběh nevinné Jane a o něco protřelejší Scarlett zaujal, dvojka vám taky sedne do noty. Řekla bych, že je o něco svižnější, jako by se autorka malinko vypsala. Jane je ještě nevinnější (a o to pitomnější, až je to do nebe volající) a ze Scarlett je pro mě favoritka jako blázen, mám tu holku moc ráda :)
Jinak Gaby možná není tak hloupoučká, jak se zdá, a Madiso
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Delaney Galpin
Sweet Little Lies by Lauren Conrad is definitely full of drama and its getting overwhelming for Jane. After the incident with the photos getting leaked to the magazine of her cheating on her boyfriend with his best friend, she wants to stay away from everyone and not go in public. Madison and Jane are becoming really close little does Jane know Madison is the one leaking the photos and stories to the magazines. Madison takes Jane to Cabo to get away and they don't have service so Scarlet can't t ...more
Ann M. Noser
First off, I should be upfront about any conflicts of interest. My husband happens to be related to the author. This doesn't affect my review, but it is the reason I picked up this book. I don't actually watch reality TV. I'll admit that years ago I watched ONE season of SURVIVOR and then ONE season of some singing show. But, regardless, I was curious about this book, on many levels--the topic (which LC would know about through life experience, not just research) and even just the style of the w ...more
Mehsi
I am still not sure what to rate it. I am hovering between 2 and 4 stars. I guess 3.5 might be the best to give this book.

Yes, the book was still pretty decent, however Jane. Oh God, Jane. She was so frustratingly dumb and naive, it just got so annoying. Everyone was telling her to watch out for Madison. To watch out for Jesse. But did she believe them? No. Not until she was shown some material and not until Jesse spun further and harder out of control. It took her the entire book (+/- 300 pages
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Jackie
So I renewed my SF library card and I had to make sure that I could download a book to my Nook, and wouldn't you know this was the ONLY book I could find that was currently available. Don't judge me!

Ok, I WANT to read it. Still, don't judge me.
Maryam_M_145509
This book is the second out of the "L.A. candy" series by Lauren Conrad. It's a book based around 2 girls who moved to LA in order to pursue their dreams and attend the universities they want. However, they met a TV producer called Trevor Lord and meeting him changed their lives forever. If I can sum up this whole book in one word, I would pick the word drama. I like how whilst reading the book I feel like I am actually watching what's happening on TV as a reality TV show. Lauren Conrad, the aut ...more
Jessica
Grade: C

It's been a little over a week since I've read this book, and it wasn't very memorable, so it's not too fresh in my mind. However, I do remember having a lot of gripes about this book.

We all know Lauren Conrad doesn't actually write her books. That is not an issue for me. However, whoever they chose to be her ghostwriter can not write. Seriously. The words felt so forced, and the dialogue was cringeworthy. The subject material actually interests me (anything to do with the behind the sce
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Lauren
Everyone has guilty pleasures and The L.A. Candy series is one of mine. Since while it doesn’t make you think too much or look beneath the surface, it's easy to get lost in Scarlet and Jane's crazy and scandalous reality TV world for a few hours.

Jane for the most part is a very naive character because of the fact that she's so easy to trust and stick with people she truly shouldn't. Though even with that flaw in character, I still found her to be somewhat likable. My favorite character out of a
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Lissa Chandler
Lauren Conrad's LA Candy series is perfectly named: They're fluffy and enjoyable, the main character is sweet, and when the story's over, it's pretty forgettable.

I read the first of these books last summer and when I picked this on up at ten last night, I couldn't remember what had happened in the first novel. The first of the book nicely recapped everything, though, and when I finished a couple hours later, I had thoroughly enjoyed this little treat of a celebrity novel. The story's written ve
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Leah
After the tabloids get hold of compromising photographs of LA Candy star Jane Roberts, she flees to Cabo with co-star Madison in a bid to forget about her troubles. Whilst there, though, the paparazzi manage to find her and Jane realises she has to get back to LA and face the music. Jane's life is made all the more difficult when best friend Scarlett tries to blame Madison for leaking the photographs to Gossip magazine which Jane refutes angrily - just why is Scarlett so against Madison? It seem ...more
sofia
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BREAKING NEWS!!!

L.A. Candy's Jane Roberts is all smiles, easily portrayed as the "girl next door" type of gal on set. There are so many instances where we, as America, used to see ourselves in this one figure, someone who we could relate to. According to Gossip magazine, Jane isn't who we thought she was. PopTV could've simply blurred out all her flaws in one single motion if they wanted to.

Many questions continue to stump us.

Could PopTV be hiding the real Jane?

Has "America's
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CarmabelleJane
Ook dit tweede deel kon me bekoren. Nadat ik het eerste deel had uitgelezen, haastte ik me zo vlug mogelijk naar de bieb wanneer ik kon (nog steeds examens dusja...). Op een avondje lezen had ik ook deze weer uit. Het vorige boek stopte op zo'n spannend moment! En daar ging het nu weer mee verder. Ik vind het niet fijn als iemand zijn tweede (of welk vervolgdeel dan ook) begint met heel veel herhalingen. Ik ben van mening dat iemand die een vervolg leest, ook de eerder verschenen delen wel gelez ...more
Jessica Lawlor
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Hannah
The cover is so cute! I can't wait for LA Candy #3 to come out. Then again, I'm pretty much excited for a lot of things..Cover releases, book releases, author interviews, etc..So I'm an energizer bunny. LOL
Anyway..I think the first one was better. But this one was almost as good. Especially with the pictures of Madison thrown in the mix. She deserved it! She shouldn't have done that to Jane. Even if she did want the spotlight. She had it coming.
Jesse has always and will always be a jacka**. He d
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Nicole
I know I know. I said I wouldn't read the second book in the L.A. Candy series, but I have succumbed to the madness that the series is composed of,LOL. I saw the book on the shelf at the library and couldn't resist it. That being said, time to move on to my review. I enjoyed the second book alot better than the first(though that isn't saying much) and this one is written a little better than the first(not much;Don't expect Conrad to pen the next "Great American Novel" anytime soon)though it's st ...more
Beth Shapeero
How can you not love LC? She’s so cute. Sweet Little Lies is the second in the LA Candy series which follows ‘fictional’ girls in their early 20’s as they deal with fame from a reality TV show. It is very obviously Lauren’s storey from the Hills; she has mixed up the charcters and storey lines a bit but if you are a fan of the TV show you recall most events in the books.

I loved LA Candy, the first in the series, because it gave an insight into the lives of the girls beyond what you are shown on
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Mollie
This book is about an average life girl that follows her dreams into fame on a Hollywood reality t.v. show called "Sweet Little Lies." When the papparazzi catches her in an affair with her boyfriend's best friend, she has no idea what to do and what to say to anyone. Throughout the course of this book she finds out who are the liars, who are her true friends, and who aren't worth caring about.

I really like this book because first of all, i'm into the whole reality t.v. show thing. I also like t
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Ari
I read this book in one day, I just seemed to fly right through it. It was easy to pick up where the first of this series left off, even though it had been a few months since I had read LA Candy. There's nothing deep about these books, they're just silly little guilty pleasures, but they're a decent read and leave me wanting more... which should be when the next in the series comes out, in December.

It's kind of an interesting series of books, actually, learning about girls starring in their own
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cara
so, i'm a little embarrassed to have read this book, just like i'm a little embarrassed to admit that i REALLY like reality tv. and here we have a book ABOUT a reality tv show! ya, i was all about it.

it read just like watching a reality tv show. i get halfway through a season of episodes and think, "why am i watching this stupid show?" yet, i'm now hooked and have to see it through to the finale. same with this book. it read really fast until about halfway through, then i started wondering why t
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Laura
Hello guilty pleasures! Sweet Little Lies, MTV’s reality TV starlet Lauren Conrad’s second novel, is so bad, it’s good. Following more reality TV adventures of girl next door sweetheart Jane Roberts and her cast of generic friends, Sweet Little Lies mostly focuses on the tabloid gossip drama that Jane faces after her reality television show hits it big. The writing is formulaic and efficient. The characters are about as cookie cutter as possible. It’s not high art, but my attention never strayed ...more
Ellis
Valt onder de categorie 'guilty pleasures' of ' te druk om een lastiger boek op te pakken'. Deel één vond ik net wat leuker.
Danielle Allen
Another cute book by Conrad. This is a perfect read for the beach or pool reading, which is where I enjoyed it! I actually listened to this one on audiobook, and the narrator was absolutely perfect for this.

I thought the sequel was stronger than the first. The characters were less predictable and the relationship between Jane and Jesse was very interesting. Without spoilers, I was surprised and impressed that Conrad strayed into the subject matter that she did--and did so honestly. I'm curious
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Sa Toya
Mar 04, 2010 Sa Toya rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: anyone who wants a VERY EASY read!
Better than it's predecessor...it will do nothing for the literary world and sure as hell NOTHING for the world itself.

It won't light the fires of your reader's libido but it will give you something to do in the hours of boredom or a weekend where you're separating yourself from the world or even better some lit for a day at the beach.

Her writing isn't the best but then again the two episodes of The Hills I watched are even WORSE.

Then again there are far worse books out there.

So for a self indul
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Monica
Well, Lauren Conrad, or whoever continues to write these entertaining novels has done it again. I couldn't put this book down...It continues to give you a deeper look into the world of "reality" tv. In some kinda weird way I can relate to Jane Roberts. Not because of the whole TV thing lol..but because of the situations she conitunes to put herself in. But I really enjoyed this book very much, and being a Laguna beach/ The Hills fan since day one just made it that much easier to enjoy. I can't w ...more
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Lauren Katherine Conrad, often referred to as "L.C.", is an American television personality and an aspiring fashion designer. She is best known for being featured in the MTV reality series Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County and for her spin-off show, The Hills, which follows her personal and professional life as she pursues a career in the fashion industry. She earns an estimated $1.5 million an ...more
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