Acting the Part

Poppy Greenwood needs money fast Her estranged father, one of the most powerful men in Hollywood, has promised to help on the condition that she work on the set of his next movie Although Poppy despises the world of show business, she has little choice but to agree.Hot shot director Max Madden has an Oscar in his sights He needs this film to be a success but an overblPoppy Greenwood needs money fast Her estranged father, one of the most powerful men in Hollywood, has promised to help on the condition that she work on the set of his next movie Although Poppy despises the world of show business, she has little choice but to agree.Hot shot director Max Madden has an Oscar in his sights He needs this film to be a success but an overblown budget and a difficult cast are ruining his plans Not only that, but the Executive Producer s daughter has arrived to spy on him To keep a close eye on Poppy, he insists she work directly for him.But as they work together on location in southern France, the temperature begins to rise Max knows the boss s daughter is definitely off limits and Poppy does not want a relationship with anyone in the industry Yet against their better judgment, an intense chemistry begins to build .
Acting the Part Poppy Greenwood needs money fast Her estranged father one of the most powerful men in Hollywood has promised to help on the condition that she work on the set of his next movie Although Poppy despis

  • Title: Acting the Part
  • Author: Justine Lewis
  • ISBN: 9781760141547
  • Page: 495
  • Format: ebook
  • 1 thought on “Acting the Part”

    1. Acting the Part is a fun, lightweight romance that is perfect for a rainy day. I picked this one up, intending to read a couple of chapters over brunch, but ended up reading the whole book in one sitting. Poppy is a young woman who loves her mother and who hates the film industry. Normally, this would not be a problem, but at the moment, her mother is in trouble, Poppy needs money fast and the only person who can help her is her estranged father--who also happens to be one of the biggest names i [...]

    2. **I received an ARC of this story in exchange for an honest reviewPoppy is a novice. It was clear things weren't going according to plan. In the last fortnight, she had a crash course in movie-making, vain actors, temperamental actresses, hissy fits, and tantrums. All the reasons she'd avoided her father's world. George was Poppy's dad. he was one of the biggest players in Hollywood. He needed success like most people needed air. Once Max learned that Poppy was George's daughter, he thought she [...]

    3. Poppy Greenwood needs 50,000 pounds to pay for the medical expenses of her extremely ill mother. Her estranged father agrees to cover the expense if Poppy works as a gofer for 100 days on the set of the movie he is producing She knows nothing about the movie industry but has gotten a crash course on the industry through the behavior of vain actors, actresses having meltdowns, screaming and tantrums. She has never wanted any part of the industry and she knows why after enduring the chaos. When he [...]

    4. Not a lot resonated for me on this story. All I wanted to do was skim through, but I did my best to hang on and try to absorb it. While there were some ok moments, they were very few. The story lacked maturity and enough depth to make a memorable impact.Friends-- there are many other more books that have these elements (film making, on-set romances with directors and newbie assistants, nepotism, broken family relationships, characters in financial woes, etc.) that are far more romantic, sexy, fu [...]

    5. Justine Lewis has charmed her way into my heart with Acting the Part. Max and Poppy are an interesting dynamic. The story grows and moves with Poppy and Max as they weave in and out of each other before finally falling into one another. Max is hot! He is a bit arrogant but witty and humorous. He makes me laugh while still showing he has layers beneath the exterior. Poppy is sharp as a whip with a heart of gold. I loved Poppy because I can relate to her. Simply put, the read is easy to get lost i [...]

    6. I'm not sure what to say about 'Acting the Part'. I liked it but I didn't love it. I could not feel any connection betweem Max and Poppy and felt the story lacked something, but what I'm not sure. I don't regret reading it, it just didn't grab my attention like some books do.

    7. This was a cute quick read, I liked the writing and the characters, max and poopy were good together, trying to see if things would work and have there worlds Intwind was fun to see.

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