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Famous in Love Staffel 2. Paige Townsen (Bella Thorne) hatte keine großen Hoffnungen, als sie mit ihrer Freundin an einem Casting für den Film "Locked". Über Nacht zum Star: Studentin Paige lernt in der Dramaserie "Famous in Love" auch Hollywoods dunkle Seiten kennen. ▻▻ Erfahre mehr über die neue. Die 1. Staffel der Dramaserie Famous in Love wurde erstmals auf Freeform ausgestrahlt und erzählt von einer Studentin, die als Schauspielerin in Hollywood. In der 2. Staffel von Famous in Love muss sich Paige weiterhin mit dem plötzlichen Erfolg arrangieren, der auch ihr Liebesleben beeinflusst. Auch Cassie r. Famous in Love: Paige war bisher eine einfache Studentin, die durch ein erfolgreiches Vorsprechen die Chance auf den großen Durchbruch in einem .
Famous in Love: Paige war bisher eine einfache Studentin, die durch ein erfolgreiches Vorsprechen die Chance auf den großen Durchbruch in einem . Famous in Love Staffel 2. Paige Townsen (Bella Thorne) hatte keine großen Hoffnungen, als sie mit ihrer Freundin an einem Casting für den Film "Locked". Aus Band 1: Berühmt über Nacht – der Roman zur Fernsehserie mit Bella Thorne! Paige Townsen ist ein ganz gewöhnliches Mädchen. Dann ergattert sie die. You guys, I think I toni erdmann arte a book hangover. Rate This. I received a copy of this for free via Goodreads First Reads. TV Series: Completed Watching! It was complete fluff but it also felt self ksk row at moments where the main character would find her real umme starting to reflect the tropes in the story she was acting. The main character has active feelings for two guys and is trying to choose who to be. Here learns that Jake visit web page be leaving L. I never felt the connection between bs serie naruto shippuuden that Paige was always talking. And the sap.
It belongs to the universe. Apr 19, Alice rated it really liked it. A nice and fun read. It was pretty exciting to find out who exactly was Paige going to choose.
Unfortunately it was kinda of a cliffhanger. But I enjoyed it!! Can't wit to read the next book. Imagine finally getting your chance to shine, after little bit parts, getting that massive role which will thrust you in the limelight.
This is what happens to Paige, she ends up auditioning for one of the roles for a book to movie adaption and ends up getting the part.
Also when he was around Paige I could feel the tension between them, and the desire they felt for one another that could take them who knows where if they would act upon these feelings!
The love triangle could be tiresome at times, especially when these three characters were together, it did at times bring out the obnoxious side to some characters and so the reason I much preferred it when two characters were together instead.
And I even wanted to know what would happen to the characters in the book that made this book to movie adaption happen in the first place the book series the movie had been was a roaring success, it featured a love triangle, and fans would finally find out, who the character would end up choosing in the final book but details like these were skipped upon and a love triangle ended up happening on set too!
Serle is certainly one talented author, this story was written beautifully and that is one of the main reasons I ended up reading until the very last page.
Famous in Love was not one of my favourite reads maybe because I was expecting a lot more, but ended up being bothered by a few frustrating decisions or actions that some characters made.
This review can be found on: The Readers Den I love the glitz and the glam. I love showbiz. I love the cameras and the set up and the prep and the filming.
I love it all! I got so into this book that I made popcorn on multiple occasions so it seemed like I was watching them film the movie as I read it.
Yikes did I really just admit that? The writing was simplistic and clear. The writing and plot lacked a complexity that I would have liked, but then again th Read the full review A Perfection Called Books I'm a sucker for Hollywood movies.
The writing and plot lacked a complexity that I would have liked, but then again this is just a purely entertaining, fluffy contemporary.
The story is just so addictive! It's not deep and powerful, it's just fun. Thank you for catapulting me back to Hawaii, Mrs.
I love that place, and Serle did an amazing job of describing it. I felt like I was there again!
You won't find deep characters in this book. They're not too well developed, but they are likable for the most part.
The romance was cute, if a bit confusing. You never know with these celebrities if they're just acting for the cameras or if something's genuine!
The love triangle is interesting and since there's no real plot or problem, the love triangle is a good attempt to distract us readers.
I didn't mind it since there's really no other pressing matters to attend to in this book. This book could have easily been a stand alone but alas, this shall drag on.
I love the pop culture aspect of Famous in Love and the movie theme, so I'll probably read the subsequent books.
If you're in the mood for a fun, light read then kick back and read this little gem! If you're looking for a thought-provoking book with rich writing and a wonderful storyline, then you might want to skip this and come back later.
Aug 30, Nasty Lady MJ marked it as dnf. To see full DNF round up click here. Thank God for samples. I think my expectations did not meet this one.
I wanted a book that was a bit of a satire on YA in the movies. The first five chapters were full of insta love and cliches. Which I guess is typical for these sorts of books, but makes it less than enjoyable.
Paige just felt a little too goody goody for me to be true. Ho, hum, hum…. I received a copy from Netgalley, in exchange for an honest review.
I didn't realize that the book that was mentioned in the blurb was a real book until i started this. If i had known, i probably wouldn't have read this as the book in question wasn't a very good read.
The rest of the book wasn't that great either, unfortunately. Paige wasn't a character I received a copy from Netgalley, in exchange for an honest review.
Paige wasn't a character that i liked. She was quite dull and had plenty of annoying moments. The other characters weren't brilliant either.
With the constant "Locked is amazing" talk, the main character being annoying, and the pacing being slow, i spent the majority of the book bored, and wanting it to be over.
Overall, Boring and annoying. It was a relief when i got to the ending. I just wanted so much more from this book than I got. I wanted more character development and I feel like I only got that sparingly for some of the characters.
Longer review to come soon! Aug 26, Liza Wiemer rated it it was amazing Shelves: bea , real-book-challenge , received-from-the-publisher , arc.
I swooned. Sure you can. But, if you want the full impact and to del I swooned. But, if you want the full impact and to delve into how amazing the connections are between the novella and this novel, then I recommend you read LOCKED too!
Are we supposed to run? Imagine what it would be like if you were an ordinary YA auditioning for a Hollywood teen movie based on a bestselling YA series.
You're plucked out of obscurity and right into the world of fame and fortune. Hot guys, hard work, gorgeous film location.
You leave your friends, your family, your job and go from ordinary to having people recognize you and ask for your autograph.
You get to kiss handsome co-stars! Your life revolves around learning lines, acting which isn't so easy, especially with a director who yells at you and expects perfection , studying for your GED, hair, makeup, wardrobe, and publicity shots, and interviews.
Now add two hot actors into the mix, both interested in you. Both with problems and issues to overcome.
This is Paige Townsen's life when she gets the lead female role in a blockbuster book trilogy. I don't think Rebecca Serle could have done this better.
I was transported onto the movie set and into Paige's life. It felt authentic and most definitely like I was reading an autobiography or a diary of Paige's experience.
Please don't cringe when I say this. I loved it. View all 6 comments. Jul 28, Juhina rated it really liked it Shelves: for-review , own , my-arcs.
Famous in Love was a definite roller coaster. Overall I really enjoyed it but I was so frustrated with the ending. I NEED a sequel.
Backtracking a bit, I initially picked up Famous in Love for its premise.. Paige was very down to earth and also very awestruck by the life she currently leads.
Most of the book is set during her filming the first movie with Rainer and late co Famous in Love was a definite roller coaster.
Most of the book is set during her filming the first movie with Rainer and late comer, Jordan. Yes, there is a love triangle, but it is very different from what I usually expect of YA books.
I loved the setup in the book. Ah, I would love to travel there. The scenery is beautiful, the way it is described.. Some scenes were so serene..
However, Paige's life is so hectic, she's insecure in her acting, especially compared to Rainer think the lovely Dylan O'Brien now. I loved Paige and Rainer's friendship initially and its slow progression to something more.
However all the problems start with Jordan's arrival. Jordan is a typical bad boy and I really didn't like him.
I felt that Paige fell into inta-lust with him, and not the good kind. While I wasn't a huge fan of the romance conflict, I still liked everything else about the book, including Paige and her struggles with the acting and just everything else that has drastically changed in her life.
The ending though? I totally didn't expect it. Famous in Love is one of the few contemporary books that I read and can't seem to read fast enough to know what happens next.
I truly was flipping the pages frantically wanting to know the end result and wow, Serle really pulled one on us.
I need a sequel. Please Serle and Poppy, make it happen. Sincerely, a desperate fan. Apr 04, Kayla rated it really liked it.
This was just a really entertaining story and it was so fun and very enjoyable. It's a lot different to the tv show and much better. I absolutely loved it.
A must-read for anyone curious about life and love behind the scenes. It looks so cute! In , the book became a TV series, and today I finally started watching!
I decided to read the book as well. All I've been thinking about while "Completely captures what it's like to be part of Young Hollywood.
All I've been thinking about while reading is: "Can the author write Locked please? And they say wishes don't come true! Locked is a trilogy about a girl named August who lands on a magical deserted island after a plane crash.
The boy who survives with her who happens to be her boyfriend's best friend has some kind of supernatural connection to the island, and they fall in love.
But she's also still in love with her boyfriend, who she thinks is dead, since all three of them were on the plane together.
Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to Pan Macmillan and NetGalley.
Including this one. Paige was a little dull. All she cared about was movies and acting, and she bored me.
Surely she should have been expecting that? The storyline in this bored me, and it got worse the further into the book we got. The romance was in the form of a love triangle, square… triangle, er square?
This girl had 3 guys who she was trying to juggle, and she got all upset when one of them started dating someone else.
I mean, how many guys do you want at once? I mean, ugh. Just make up your mind! Overall; dull, 6 out of Paige is your normal everyday 17 year old girl until she goes to a casting call and lands the lead role.
She's thrown into a world that she always dreamed of and two dudes who tug at her heart. There will be spoilers below because otherwise I won't be able to fully discuss this messy guilty pleasure novel and a little of the TV show.
First off, this novel maybe set in a contemporary real world setting but one character is completely not real.
He's like 22 and he's after a 17 year old girl Paige is your normal everyday 17 year old girl until she goes to a casting call and lands the lead role.
He's like 22 and he's after a 17 year old girl Her parents aren't calling her and wondering what the heck is going on?! If she was my daughter Rainer would need to watch his back.
So, pushing the age thing away, something else that made Rainer a completely unrealistic man, because at 22 he's a man.
He never once asked Paige for sex. No guy at 22 isn't going to at least bring it up. Not unless they're asexual and he's not.
Besides that the book was honestly fine. I kept reading hoping she would chose Jordan I mainly read this because I watch the show and rally enjoy it.
I wasn't surprised at how much they changed but I was surprised that Jordan was a love interest and not Jake.
Seemed like a weird change as I don't like a lot of the things they've done to the TV Jordan, sleeping with his best friend's mom! It's a super easy read and it did keep my attention but it's not the kind of book I will ever reread.
Famous in Love was a really quick, easy read. I read about the first half of it one sitting and only stopped because I made myself go to bed since I had work in the morning.
Requisite love triangle angst ensues. Paige was a mostly likable character. Throughout the whole book she stayed pretty grounded and while she did realize her life was going to change, she never really let the idea of fame get to her head.
While she still has a lot of growing up to do, I think she did get a good start during the course of the book and I appreciated that.
I was kind of ambivalent about the love triangle. I liked how easy-going Rainer was and that he really did seem to want to help Paige navigate the business and take care of her.
I never felt the connection between them that Paige was always talking about. Another thing that kind of threw me off a bit was how large parts of the plot were just skipped over.
Overall, I did enjoy Famous in Love. I wanted something light and fun and this definitely fit the bill.
I enjoyed the behind the scenes look at making a movie and the Hawaiian setting fun fact, when I was very young I lived on Maui for a couple years where the movie set is and it was the perfect bit of escapism I was looking for.
Overall Rating out of 5 : 3. Famous in Love , a young-adult contemporary romance, was a really quick read. The writing style, although sometimes a bit repetitive in the sense of using the same adjectives for the same things over and over again , was easy to follow.
The setting Hawaii! Although I'm not that into love triangles, the relationships didn't feel l Famous in Love , a young-adult contemporary romance, was a really quick read.
Although I'm not that into love triangles, the relationships didn't feel like insta-love. The book doesn't lack in hot guys to choose from, either.
I wasn't really rooting for either of them, though, so the ending left me feeling pretty indifferent. I'm ready to bet on how this whole things ends for the three of them.
Their story is basically the story of Locked characters. Overall, it was pretty entertaining. Oct 03, Lori added it Shelves: did-not-finish , read-in , contemporary.
I'm pulling the plug on this one for now and calling it a DNF. I just can't get into it. At all. I don't like the characters, I don't like the relationships that are happening, I don't believe that she's the one they would pick for this role nor do I like that we completely missed out on the anticipation of the auditions and the excitement of getting the role, and I just don't really care what happens.
I wanted to be able to appreciate this for the fluffy, fun romance that it was but all I could I'm pulling the plug on this one for now and calling it a DNF.
I wanted to be able to appreciate this for the fluffy, fun romance that it was but all I could think about what how much it felt like a peek at what was going on behind the scenes during the filming of Twilight.
The high-profile YA book turned movie, a love triangle, and a bunch of things that I just don't care about.
I hope that maybe someday I'll be able to pick this back up and enjoy it for what it is, but today is not that day.
I hope you guys can enjoy it more than I did! Apr 18, Paige Illegal in 3 Countries marked it as abandoned Shelves: arc , bea , has-my-name-on-it.
Book: "I swear the elements sort of fold at Rainer's whim. I've seen it turn from pouring rain to blasting sun in a matter of seconds when he walks out onto the beach.
Noah has powers in Locked. The weather does funny stuff when he's around. Rainer and his character have a lot in common. That's just kinda something Hawaii does.
Five miles took me from a hotel with a permanent rain cloud hanging over it to a beach with no sign of rain clouds in sight and friggin' rainbows Book: "I swear the elements sort of fold at Rainer's whim.
Five miles took me from a hotel with a permanent rain cloud hanging over it to a beach with no sign of rain clouds in sight and friggin' rainbows everywhere.
Trust me, the weather don't give a damn about your boy toy. This was the definition of mediocre. And I knew that, like most of these stories, it probably wouldn't end well.
This really is guilty pleasure territory though I somewhat hate that term because it's so entertaining while at the same time it's so horribly bad.
To be fair, the first half of Famous in Love is really strong, and I was enjoying myse 2 stars I don't think there will ever come a day when I'm NOT interested in a teenage celebrity romance story.
To be fair, the first half of Famous in Love is really strong, and I was enjoying myself immensely. Paige is a nobody who somehow lands the lead role in the movie adaptation of a massive YA book trilogy.
She knows hardly anything about the business and, as such, is kind of innocent and naive. But her co-star, playing one angle of the book's love triangle, Rainer, is experienced and sweet and helps her navigate this strange new world of movie sets, paparazzi, and tabloid mania.
Soon it seems he's quite interested in her. She's a bit hesitant, but she can't help but develop a crush on him. Meanwhile she's also struggling with her crush back home, whom she's separated from while on set.
They're moving on with their lives and drifting apart. I was engrossed in her story and it was compulsively readable. When things start to advance with Rainer, I was on board.
I was mostly reading this for the swoons, and I will admit that Serle can write an engaging romance with heaps of chemistry.
The problem is that she makes this book almost a parody of itself, because then Jordan, playing the other angle of the triangle, comes in and in no time he and Paige also develop a certain attraction.
And now there's a love triangle behind the scenes. Even worse, the sweet guy in the movie is dark and mysterious in real life, and the mysterious guy in the movie is the sweet one on set.
Paige gets tugged in both directions and on top of all that, there's also the question of whether Rainer is really such a good guy, or just a fame whore.
Personally, I think he's just a controlling asshole. To be fair, Paige does have a certain chemistry with both leads, so when your nose is buried in the book and you're reading at lightspeed, it's easy to get caught up in the swoons.
But it's just so. And the sap. Oh god. But when you think about this whole story at a distance, why would Paige even put herself in this position?
As someone who wants to make it as an actress so badly, you should be avoiding on set romances as much as possible, and she should be really wary of celebrity romances.
They're such great actors on set, who says they're not acting in real life? And I believe they kind of are.
Which means both guys have like three layers of identity, which is just, ugh, my brain hurts. It didn't make sense either that the director was so paranoid about their relationships.
Anyone in Hollywood would JUMP at the opportunity of your movie couple getting together in real life. Think of all that free publicity! I'm still firmly of the belief that this happened with Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, at least for part of the Twilight era.
What it really comes down to is this. There is romance and it can make you swoon. There are really nice kissing scenes, and I loved the experience of seeing a YA film adaptation get made and all the strings that come attached to that.
Though, seriously, it sounds like the whole movie only had 3 people in it, so I wouldn't care to actually watch it in real life.
It sounds like a fucking boring story tbh. But the romance is essentially a love triangle of instalove spawned by another love triangle.
At times it seemed she was going to show a backbone, but then it just gets so hackneyed and all is lost again. Summing Up: I wanted to like this so badly, and at first I did.
It's compulsively readable, and there are some swoons. I like the behind the scenes peek at the YA movie industry though. Qualitatively this book is not very good, but I really enjoyed It's the first in a trilogy, and to be honest, in spite of my lackluster rating, I could see myself picking up the sequels on a rainy day.
It's a nice kind of comfort read, where you can just turn off your brain and seek out the swoons. But honestly, Team Jordan.
Oh god, am I doing that now? What even, Debby. What even. GIF it to me straight! Recommended To: Fans of Hollywood romances? I guess? This does not affect my opinion of the book or the contents of the review.
I enjoyed this more than I thought I would because I watched the tv show before reading this lol.
It was a really quick fun read I listened to it on audiobook and I have to say that was really what kept me interested in the story because it felt like some parts were dragging.
Overall this was a cute read and I deffinantly want to continue on with the series! I wanted this book and I wanted it badly. As soon as I heard Rebecca had a 3rd book I needed it to be mine.
You see, her first two books were fantastic; such depth and emotion in them. Really heavy, realistic reads that made you, as the reader, have all the feels.
She has a way about her writing that just sucks you in and pulls you along. Would it still be Rebecca that I heart or would it feel off in some w I wanted this book and I wanted it badly.
Would it still be Rebecca that I heart or would it feel off in some way? Happily I report that Famous in Love did not let me down.
Famous in Love is the story of Paige, a girl that has dreamed about being an actress. She read scripts and stars in small plays, but has always lusted after the big screen.
When an opportunity presents she finds herself auditioning for the role of a lifetime to star as the heroine in the latest YA trilogy to be adapted into a movie.
When she lands the part she is whisked off to Hawaii to begin filming and everything changes. Suddenly Paige finds herself not only playing a girl in a love triangle but being in an actual one herself with her two sexy costars Rainer Devon and Jordan Wilder.
As this get more and more complicated Paige has to figure out how not only to navigate her new life, but to navigate her love.
What I loved about this book is how totally Rebecca it is. If you follow her on Twitter or Tumblr you can see just how much of a pop culture junkie she is.
She loves all things Hollywood and the fact that she created a book out of that love just made me smile.
She hit on all the important things a good YA, Hollywood story needs too. She got the love triangle, the pop star references, the small town girl making it big, the YA trilogy that people devoured made into a movie.
It amazed me how she managed to capture all of that in just over pages and to do it at the level she did.
It felt genuine to me. Paige was a girl that was on this roller coaster. Her life was upside down and she was living in a world that was so foreign to her.
And here were these two hot guys that had been in the business for a long time that she is attracted to. It all had a follow to it that added to the beauty and the tension to the story that elevated the whole book for me.
I found myself invested in what would happen and how everything turned out which is important when reading a book. At least for me anyway.
This book is a different kind of journey in the way that it is told and how the characters get from A to B and how everyone ends up.
It is its own book and one that works when all the pieces have clicked into place. It made me smile and almost miss my train stop. It made me what to savor reading it and hurry up and finish.
And it made me want to read the fake book it is based on and find out what the heck happened in the last book. It cemented my love of Rebecca Serle and now I sit and wait for her next book to arrive whenever that may be.
Paige still struggles to keep up in school. Alexis has to deliver some bad news to Jake. Paige learns that Jake could be leaving L.
Cast and crew hide concerns for Rainer from the press. Binge With No Sign In. S1 E7. Season 1 Season 1 Season 2.
E1 Pilot 40min A girl's dream of Hollywood stardom comes true. E4 Prelude to a Diss 38min Paige's first day on set is tougher than expected.
E6 Found In Translation 40min Cassie's secret is revealed, and she hides out. Season 1. E1 Pilot 40min. E2 A Star Is Torn 42min.
Rainer takes a liking to Paige. E3 Not So Easy A 42min.Die Episode "Totes on a Scandal" ist die 3. Leider ist Famous in Love - Staffel 2 derzeit bei keinem der auf Moviepilot aufgelisteten Anbietern gestern tatort sehen. Originaltitel: Reality Bites Back Erstausstrahlung: Die Episode jon huertas ist die 1. Reality Bites Back 2x05 am Er hat eine komplizierte Freundschaft mit Jordan und entwickelt bald ein romantisches Interesse an Paige. Famous in Love Die Schattenseite des Ruhms. Alle Serien auf Serienjunkies. Der Pitch Drama 55 Min. Episodenguide Alle anzeigen.