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#11: Spin - Catherine McKenzie

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Kate's To-Do List:
1. Go to rehab
2. Befriend/spy on "It Girl"
3. Write killer expose
4. Land dream job
Piece of cake!
When Kate Sandford lands an interview at her favorite music magazine, The Line, it's the chance of a lifetime. So Kate goes out to celebrate—and shows up still drunk to the interview the next morning. It's no surprise that she doesn't get the job, but her performance has convinced the editors that she'd be perfect for an undercover assignment for their gossip rag. All Kate has to do is follow "It Girl" Amber Sheppard into rehab. If she can get the inside scoop—and complete the thirty-day program—they'll reconsider her for the position at The Line. Kate takes the assignment, but when real friendships start to develop, she has to decide if what she has to gain is worth the price she'll have to pay.

Paperback: 448 pages
Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks; Original edition (February 7, 2012)
ISBN: 9780062115355

Author Bio:
Born and raised in Montreal, Canada where she still lives and writes. She is a graduate of McGill University (BA '95 History; Law '99), where she has taught law part time. When she's not doing that, she also works as a lawyer.


My Opinion:
I LOVE IT!!!!!
Besides she's a Canadian author, she is a fantastic story teller. I was lured right into this book for its' story. I had to know what was going to happen to Kate. I needed to see what emotions she felt, the things she experienced and what her decisions would be. I just had to know. So, I ate the book up in a few hours and found out.
I laughed out loud. I was tormented in emotional parts, even angered, but this was all good!
I am so happy with the outcome, and really can't wait to read more from Catherine.


5/5


Recommend? Definitely!


~I won my copy. I was not compensated for my opinion.~

Comments

  1. I read her book Arranged last year so Spin is on my TBR list. I really like her writing style! Nice review.

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  2. I love cover and was wondering about the book. Thank you for the great review!

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