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Stars Collide by Janice  Thompson
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Sep 21, 2011

really liked it
Read from September 20 to 21, 2011

Actors on a television show, Kat and Scott play two people who are secretly in love. They also happen to be in love with each other in real life, they just haven't admitted it quite yet. As their television characters find themselves headed toward the altar, Kat and Scott find themselves headed into the uncharted territory of misunderstandings and confusion. Kat's beloved grandmother Lenora, herself a former movie star, has raised her and wants nothing more than to see her granddaughter married. In the early stages of memory loss, Lenora confuses the television wedding with real life and hilarity ensues.

Janice Thompson just writes fun books. They're clean, Christian and funny with quirky, endearing characters. I loved Kat and Scott and I adored Lenora. The interactions between Kat and her grandmother were funny, yet tender and poignant. This is a light story, but serious issues are covered and treated with appropriate respect. The Christian elements are strong, but not overly preachy and it's refreshing to see a Hollywood based story with strong aspects of faith. Lenora's quirkiness was charming and the movie quoting entertaining.

First in the Backstage Pass series, I have book two waiting in the wings!

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