Tuesday, April 16, 2013

All Over the Place

All Over the Place
Livi Callaway has fled back to London after a reality TV disaster in New Zealand. Safely anonymous in the big city, she's determined to stay under the radar from now on. But her attempts to build a new life are complicated by unexpected visitors from her old one, and new dangers and temptations lie in wait.
Late one night, she meets a mysteriously sexy American on the Underground – and the events that follow take her from Pooh Bear to the golden lights of Paris, via a trail of rock stars dead and alive. A family in disarray, a determined Swede, a crazed Australian and a childhood friend (who might yet be more than that) have her all over the place as she tries to discover the American’s secret – while keeping her own.
With help – and occasional hindrance – from her friends, what she eventually finds is something unexpected . . . sometimes, running away can lead you to exactly what you didn’t know you needed.


****This book was part of a blog tour I received a copy for my honest review****
Livi Callaway has suffered the humiliation of rejection on T.V in New Zealand. Running away to London, she leaves everything behind to start a new life, including her life long best friend Cam. But you can't run away from your life forever as Livi finds out when her family and past arrive in London.
This is a book of looking for love, fate, destiny and finding you have exactly what you need right in front of you in the first place.
There is a array of crazy, outlandish characters in this book that lead to many weird and wacky situations. Some that were just a little too weird for me. I found it very hard to get into, and the bits that I was longing for , the emails back and forward between Cam and Livi, were few and far between. Maybe this is just my romance junky self, but I was expecting a bit more of the romance in this book. What I got was a wild ride through the many wacky adventures of Livi and her friends and family.
It started to pick up toward the end of the book, but even then, I didn't feel the spark I wanted to between the two characters.
I am sorry to say that this book and I just didn't connect.
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