Fab review of From Fame To Shame by Turning the Pages! To see the full review, click here!
This is a very short and sweet romance.  About falling in love and Blade wrote it perfectly. Love isn’t always about drama and being unforgiving. Sometimes, most times love is simply about meeting someone and even when there’s a misunderstanding forgiving them.
I enjoyed both Maddie and Dallas and the chemistry between them was hot. Blade definitely has the steamy part of romance down pat. Dallas is hot and has a flirty side that comes out with Maddie. Maddie is used to be the more sedate twin, with Jackie being the outgoing and vivacious one, and Blade does a good job of showing how secure Maddie is in herself as the quieter small town girl. But that doesn’t make Maddie insecure, and she gives back to Dallas as good as she gets. For me that’s what really works in this story. Maddie doesn’t doubt herself, she doubts her decisions, and for me that made me respect her.
Much love from Chapter by Chapter for A Bite’s Tale and From Fame to Shame. See excerpts of their rave reviews below!
On A Bite’s Tale:
“The novel started off with a ton of romance (la “awww”) between the prince in not-so-disguise and Cydney, who was then going by the name of Cinderella. Not only does it tell us just how the Prince and Cydney met, but also what happened that lead to Cydney not returning to the island that the Prince lived on. Oh! And it also opened with their first kiss. I will also add that the cuteness of the opening two chapters and the split scene of action is enough to have any reader hooked. After all of that drama we get to the really good stuff.”
“And the search and lengths that Prince Remy went to to find Cydney were just the icing on the cake in this story. Especially since almost everything that he did during the novel was revolved around being reunited with Cydney had my heart melting. Mainly because it’s just so hard to find guys like that in the real world (am I right or am I right?).”
On From Fame to Shame:
“From the start of the novella where readers get to watch as the superstar Jackie Bloom begs her twin sister (and our main character) Maddie to pretend to be her for just a little while—I was hooked!”
[Dallas] is just… perfect (I personally imagined him as Chase Crawford). Not only is he written as perfect boyfriend material, but he’s described as the perfect guy. With the perfect body and the sexiest personality, he is my official fictional celebrity boyfriend (and the first).”
I would recommend this novella to somebody who wants to experience the life of a celebrity for the day, or fans of the glitz and glam of Hollywood. An amazing quick read that I won’t soon forget.