Picture Perfect was one of those perfect type of books where everything just flowed so naturally that it was almost impossible to put down and I often didn't! I don't really know much about the scene in L.A. but I'm fairly sure that Lucie Simone portrayed it pretty accurately which gave an interesting look into the cutthroat world that it is.
The main character was so realistic and very human so it was easy to get to like her and empathize with her. I didn't find myself identifying with the actual situations she was in but I definitely identified with the emotions she was feeling which is a great sign of the authors abilities.
I definitely liked this book a lot and am looking forward to sharing this author with friends!
Lucie Simone has a passion for travel, yoga, and writing. She has a degree in Journalism, a Master of Fine Arts in Television Production, and is a certified yoga teacher registered with Yoga Alliance. Her love of comedy (and living under the delusion that she might one day be an actress) resulted in a stint studying improvisation, which, ironically enough, taught her to be a better writer.
Her short story, A Taste of Italy, won the New York Book Festival competition for best ebook and is a bestseller at Amazon UK. The release of her debut novel, Hollywood Ending, a romantic comedy about life in Hollywood for the not-so-rich-and-famous, marked the launch of her small press, Simon & Fig, which publishes Chick Lit, Lad Lit and Women’s Fiction exclusively.
Lucie lives, loves and writes in the City of Angels, but considers New York City her second home and visits as often as her bank account will allow.
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