Tuesday, March 8, 2011
Book 13 - Jenna and Jonah's Fauxmance
My thirteenth book was Jenna and Jonah's Fauxmance by Emily Franklin and Brendan Halpin. First of all, I loved this book. It was a very easy and enjoyable read. It wasn't "profound", but it was very cute and took your mind off of everything else. The book is about two actors, Charlie (who is a girl) and Aaron (who everyone knows as Fielding Withers, his stage name), who are the stars of a popular tv show called Jenna and Jonah's How To Be A Rock Star. But, their roles don't end there. They also have to pretend to be dating in real life to increase interest in the show. The only problem is that they can barely stand each other. They were actually good friends while filming the first season, but when they were forced to act outside of the set, they became enemies. When some nasty rumors come out about Aaron and the show is cancelled because of these, they are forced to band together to save their careers. Only, what Charlie doesn't know, is that Aaron just wants to have a normal life and go to college; he isn't interested in acting anymore. Can they work together long enough to at least salvage her career? Does she even want to anymore?