Series: Famous Series #4
Published by Shelbyville on October 26th, 2014
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***WARNING*** This is a racy companion novel to the Famous Series. You should read Relatively Famous (see review) before reading this book. If you don't like swearing, hot sex, or gorgeous men who release frustrations with their fists, don't read this book.
Drew Forrester is a regular guy from Boston, MA with an unusual job. His work keeps him from getting close to anyone, unwilling to give his trust, especially after a terrible betrayal when he left home at nineteen to pursue his dream.
He throws himself into his work and his favorite way of releasing his frustrations, Brazilian Ju Jitsu and Mixed Martial Arts. He resorts to short term hook-ups, figuring he'll be alone forever.
When a gorgeous redhead literally falls into his life, he decides that it's fate and pursues her relentlessly. But this girl is seriously damaged, and keeps secrets that he doesn't understand and can't get her to reveal. Her lack of trust and seeming paranoia about letting anyone get close to her leads Drew to keep some secrets of his own.
This is a companion novel to Relatively Famous, told from Drew's point of view.
I’ve read this entire series and I’ve really enjoyed it. I was sad to see it end with Extremely Famous until it turns out Heather wasn’t done just yet with the series!
Already Famous is Relatively Famous told from Drew’s Point of View.
I know a lot of people don’t like rereading the same story from the male’s POV but, really, sometimes you should! It can make the entire story seem like a new one.
It was quite interesting to see his point on things. He really tried hard to keep the knowledge that he was famous from Sydney. He knew something bad must have happened to her in her past that made her obviously wary of “famous” people.
You really get to know Drew in this story. See how he ticks and this story made me realize that maybe, just maybe, someone should have talked him into anger management classes or therapy. Because it doesn’t take much for him to set him off. Though it is obvious he wouldn’t hurt Sydney or his family, because usually he was angry for them. He gets angry over how his fame affects the people he loves and he just doesn’t seem to handle all of that well. Maybe with therapy, he could handle all of that better. I always thought it was kind of funny though, when he got angry, because he would start talking (or yelling) in his native Boston accent.. and Heather did a good job of conveying the change of his accent into the story.
I really enjoyed this series and I am sad to see the end of Sydney & Drew’s story. Hopefully in the spin off series, Sphere of Irony, we will see these characters again! Thanks to Heather and Love Between The Sheets for allowing me to a part of this Blog Tour. 🙂
One last thing, like I said before….you shouldn’t always overlook reading the story from another POV if you get the chance. Sometimes it will make it a whole new story and it will help you understand what happened in the original story even more.
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