Interpretar a la cruel exmujer de Booth DeWitt estaba contribuyendo mucho a que la carrera de actriz de Ariel Kirkwood avanzara en la dirección correcta, pero estaba alejando al sexy Booth de su lado. Ella quería ser su partenaire... pero en la vida real... ¿Podría conseguir que la viera como la mujer que realmente era y se olvidara de su personaje?
Booth based his latest script on his own experiences with his ex-wife, and initially doesn't think that the bubbly Ariel he's attracted to could do the role of the manipulating diva justice, but is surprised and confused by how close to her she comes.
Ariel, who is also attracted to him, is much less reserved with her feelings and openly tells him how she feels about him, bu ...more
I thought this was a cute romance. I loved Ariel. She is smart, independent and a free spirit. Her ...more
I loved it! I loved the way it was written, I found the main character, Ariel, incredibly likable, and weirdly enough for me cause I'm the opposite of her personality, relatable. I liked her so much I wasn't even mad ...more
As a side note, I feel like these 80s romances should come with the PG13 “Historical Smoking” tag because there is a lot of smoking. It’s so funny how something used to be so ingrained in our culture, and now it almost seems out of place.
I really liked Ariel. I want her t ...more
Booth needs to find the right actress for his film.
Ariel wants the part. He is not sure that she is right for the part until she proves him wrong.
They go out and eventually find that love that is meant for them.
I think one of my favorite things about this novel is that Ariel is the one who saves Booth. All too often in romantic literature, we see the white knight riding to the rescue of the wary maiden. In Roberts' Dual Image, the fair maiden saves the dark, brooding prince from himself.
Ariel's character is so extraordinary and engaging, I can't help but reread this book over and over (this isn't my first crack at Dual Image - it's one of my favorites). Ariel's free-spi ...more
This was my first Nora Roberts' novel and I can say I was surprised by the positive. It's an easy read and it entertains. It has no great depths however the characters are well built and the plot is engaging but not obsessive. It does not leads us to that point of obsession that some books have the ability to take us (especially those with sequelae).
This story depicts the life of Ariel Kirkwood and Booth DeWitt. She's an actress, carefree, happy with her life. He is a writer, bitter, whose l ...more
Peran televisi yang baru yang di tulis Booth, sangat menarik perhatiannya. dan dalam kesempatan audisi dia berubah dari sosok yang hangat menjadi sosok yang sangat dingin seperti gambaran Booth dalam skenario yang ditulisnya berdasarkan pengalaman hidupnya selama 5 tahun dengan mantan istrinya yang juga artis, ...more
Booth is dismayed that Ariel could h ...more
Love both the characters. I put this in the shelf "light read" and changed my mind to put it to "intense".
Ariel is such a lovable character, unbelievable though it seems, she is like a ray of sunshine on a dreary day.
Booth, like still waters that run deep, intelligent, eloquent but lost in emotions that confuse him about his true feelings.
Will now finish t ...more
Once again Roberts does not disappoint. Here's another breezy romance filled with beautiful people and just enough ...more
klo dsni c booth yg alergi am cew,tp dy g bisa jauh dari ariel...
semakin bisa n mirip ariel memerankan rue yg berdasarkan karakter mantan istrix,makin menjauh n ngeri pulalah booth...membuat dy bertnya2 sapa ariel sebenarx...