THE AVERAGE GIRL
by Angelina Goode
She’s an expert on celebrities. He’s the biggest of them all. Can she risk everything she’s ever known for true love?
Olivia Fowler uses “being average” to her advantage. She runs a company setting up other average people to meet celebrities and business is booming. After a chance encounter with uber-famous Alexander Young, her world of knowing Hollywood’s most rich and famous is thrown into serious jeopardy.
Alexander is sexy and charming, and dating him could make her “average” persona and business sink like a stone. When she tries to balance both lives at once, her work and love lives collide in a way she never saw coming.
How will Olivia choose between the perfect career and the perfect man?
The Average Girl is a chick-lit romantic comedy full of cocktails, laughter, and celebrity chemistry. If you like refreshingly heartfelt stories, hilarious dialogue, and the ideal pairing of wine and men, then you’ll love Angelina Goode’s light and bubbly rom-com.
Angelina Goode began writing as a teenager. Though her first works were poems about love-struck teenagers, she grew her craft while earning her degree in Journalism and Creative Writing. A former grade school teacher that loved teaching children to write, she enjoys finding creative ways to present everyday events. Now she primarily writes light-hearted contemporary women’s fiction. She lives in Los Angeles where she enjoys the occasional celebrity sighting and year-round sun.
For more information visit www.angelinagoode.com
Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of The Average Girl by Angelina Goode for the purpose of an honest review.
The Average Girl by Angelina Goode is well written and entertaining. I found myself alternately giggling and gasping as Olivia’s life reads like the ups and downs of a roller coaster ride! It’s a truly charming tale for those of us that have experienced celebrity crushes in our lives and wanted just once, just one time, to be able to meet that crush up close.
Ms. Goode’s writing is clean and I admire that a great deal when profanity and explicit sex bombards our senses from every direction!
I definitely recommend The Average Girl by Angelina Goode and give it four steaming hot cups of Room With Books coffee!