His newfound stardom comes with a lot of fans. Specifically screaming, hysterical, sometimes violent female fans. Ryker finds that doing everyday things, such as leaving his apartment, becomes impossible without ending up surrounded by mobs of people.
A terrible incident causes a case of PTSD in the young actor, turning him into a nervous, lonely wreck. When he meets the vivacious Leah Quinn-Slade at a VIP opening of the trendy new Verve nightclub in New York City, he may have found someone who can help him get past his demons.
***Suddenly Famous is a companion novella to the Famous Series. It is not a stand-alone book***
If you’ve read the other Famous Series, you have already meet yummilicious Ryker Bancroft. I liked how this book was a little bit different from the other Famous Series. You get the sexy times and how he and Leah fall in love, but you also get the dark side of being famous. My heart broke for Ryker and his PTSD after a horrific situation at a premiere for one of his films. The guilt that he had endured and suffered makes you think about the real life Hollywood celebrities out there. Let’s face it everyone, they are real people, with real feelings. They were Joe Schmoo or Plain Jane before they were “famous”.
Ryker’s struggles were hard to read and I just wanted to go inside my Ipad and hug him. Yet, thankfully with the help of a good therapist and Leah being by his side, he really flourishes and takes all necessary precautions of being famous. You can read this as a standalone, since it’s really a novella, but I would recommend you read the entire Famous Series. You get a more detail description on the life of a celebrity and the struggles they must deal with on a daily basis.
At the end of the book, please read Heather’s Random End of Book Stuff, she puts everything in perspective regarding celebrities. Thank you Heather.
*An ARC was provided by the author for an honest review.
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