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From The Desk Of Lady Miss - Keke Palmer (8)

  • ASIN: ‎ B09GF4VNV5
  • Publisher: ‎ Amazon Original Stories (November 9, 2021)
  • Kindle: ‎ 8426 KB
  • Print: ‎ 29 pages

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Hopelessly sad and lightly drab Janet takes a spin with Lady Miss Jacqueline in this hysterically funny short story of a magical wig that turns a wallflower into the flashiest bulb in the room. Does Lady Miss go too far? Always!

Lady Miss Jacqueline swears that hair makes a difference. And it does! Now Janet is taking charge on the job and making moves on a local barista she’s always shied away from. But when her brash new Lady Miss drawl gets all the wrong attention, Janet realizes that she needs to change her style—and her wig. It’s all a matter of finding the perfect fit.


Keke Palmer is a multifaceted content creator, actress, singer-songwriter, host, producer, author, and passionate voice of the millennial generation. She won an Emmy Award for her one-woman comedy series Turnt Up with the Taylors and received a nomination for her work as a host of ABC’s GMA3: Strahan, Sara and Keke. Palmer rose to prominence through her breakout role in Akeelah and the Bee at age twelve and has gone on to star in over twenty-five films and thirty TV shows. Palmer starred in the blockbuster hit Hustlers opposite Jennifer Lopez and can be seen in the upcoming features Alice and Jordan Peele’s Nope. She hosted the 2020 MTV Video Music Awards and will next host Disney+’s upcoming over-the-top food competition show Foodtastic. Currently, she is lending her voice to the new character Maya in the Disney+ revival The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder and also to the character Brynn opposite Pete Davidson in Broadway Video’s scripted Audible podcast Hit Job.


Read my review for My Dear Friend Janet


REVIEW:
I didn't like the protagonist in this one. She's a jerk. She makes fun of people. She is mean, and I wouldn't even read the story if she hadn't mentioned poor Janet from the last story. At least we both feel the same about Janet.
Janet still somehow became the main light of the story. With each wig, she becomes more empowered. To the point where I wonder if these wigs are magical.
The story flips around like a fish out of water though. One minute you have the nasty lady telling the story, then it's from Janets' point of view. I prefer one viewpoint in a story. Plain and simple. 
Hopefully the next one is more my speed.


2/5




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