Sugar and Spice
Sugar and Spice . . . Not everyone's nice.
Fresh from being betrayed by one of her closest friends, new reality-television celebrity Jane Roberts has learned a few lessons. Most important: know who to trust. And inHollywood, that list is short.Although the press is intent on creating a tabloid war between her and ex-friend/current-costar Madison Parker, Jane just wants to ...more
The last book in the L.A. Candy series, and what a way to end things (it was good though!). But I wasn't always happy with how things went in ...more
I have to admit I really liked how this series ended, but I can't help wondering what if?
So Jane and Scarlett may have just got the ending they wanted.
There were a lot of twists and turns with Jane in this book, first it looked like Jane was going to date Caleb, which she did and then wad Branden, again. I mean don't get me wrong I like the guy he just has commitment problems, and Jane finally realises this. Oh and I can't forget Jesse ...more
characters 3,5/5 We're getting more and more in depth with the "cast". More and more dramaaa.
writing 4/5 Just enjoyable.
audio/paper I listened to the audio-book. If I'll ever come across it in a (thrift) store or reselling group I'll buy it.
reread? Probably yes.
I will say that series is definitely a really quick read and is nothing to finish. If you like the Hills or Laguna Beach then there is a chance that you will enjoy these books. I grew up watching the Hills with a lot of close friends so I kind of figured that I would come across the series eventually. It's filled with drama and in some ways gives some insight to what happens behind the scenes in reality tv.
What I liked about this ...more
The protagonists' name is Jane, and the supporting characters are Scarlet, Gaby, Caleb, and Braden. The antagonist is Madison Parker. After moving to Hollywood and going through her scandal of cheating on her boyfriend, and finding out that her friend Madison sold pictures of her to the magazines, Jane becomes very angry at ...more
I will say that, when Madison's ...more
it was like watching a whole season of the hills. if that was your thing, youll really like this series too.
I wish I could tell the publishers that I read these books despite Lauren Conrad's "authorship," not because of it! Whomever actually wrote these, please guys, give her more work! This series was so short, but ...more
Lauren Conrad is the Queen of throwing shade at her ex-best-friend Heidi Montag, and this pathetic excuse for a novel proves to be just that. The Hills was an exciting after school activity for me when I was fourteen, so trashy but so engaging. But now I probably wouldn't give it the time of day. Apparently from this book, and the TV show, young women in Hollywood who are all close friends despite ...more
The only disappointment I had with this one is that the ending was very hastily thrown together ...more