Billy and Me – by Giovanna Fletcher

7 07 2014

I should admit the main reason I bought this book was because it was written by the wife of Tom from McFly, but I’d also had a friend read and like it, and it’s chick lit, so thought it was definitely worth a try.

The book focuses around a girl who lives in a small village, working in a tea shop, and falls for a young man who happens to be a massive teen movie star (which she doesn’t realise) who is filming locally, and what happens when she’s thrown massively into the limelight.

I enjoyed the read, it was an easy holiday book, though it got a little sickly sweet in places and though it has it’s ups and downs, it’s all a bit too easy!

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26 12 2014
Christmas with Billy & Me – by Giovanna Fletcher | ineke.co.uk

[…] but I got this “Novella” for Christmas (a follow-up to Giovanna’s first novel, Billy & Me), and at only about 50 pages, I read it on the day – it was the perfect length to read while […]

25 04 2015
You’re the one that I want – by Giovanna Fletcher | ineke.co.uk

[…] is Giovanna Fletcher’s second book after Billy and Me which I read last year. That one I described as enjoyable but a little sickly in places; this one […]

23 08 2015
Dream a little Dream – by Giovanna Fletcher | ineke.co.uk

[…] author has also just announced that, like she did with Billy and Me, she’ll be releasing a Christmas Novella, based around the same characters. Sadly this time […]

8 02 2017
Always with Love – by Giovanna Fletcher | ineke.co.uk

[…] is the sequel to Billy and Me which I read about two and a half years ago, and don’t remember that well other than small […]

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