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Spoiled much?


 
What would you do if you found out your biological father was a superstar? That’s exactly the situation sixteen-year-old Molly Dix is in when her mother dies in Spoiled, the new novel by Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan. Suddenly, she is forced to leave everything she has ever known to become a part of the glitzy, chaotic world of Hollywood. Her life instantly becomes one that belongs on a movie screen.


Paparazzi follow her every move, she gets rides in limos and joins a prestigious private school for rich kids that seems to fall right out of an episode of Gossip Girl. The characters of this soap opera include her superstar father and her not-so-welcoming half-sister Brooke.


Spoiled is perfect for any girl who loves reading about her favorite celebs. The authors give an interestingly dramatic perspective on the lives of famous families. With a plotline that offers the same roller coaster ride as the soap operas you find on TV, it will be tough to put this one down. It’s a perfect beach read!



If you could have any celeb as your mom or dad, who would it be? Blog about it, babes!
 
 

BY CATIE CURRY ON 6/13/2011 10:00:00 AM

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