NetGalley Review: Head Over Heart (The Mannequin Series #1) by Olivia Besse

Wunderland Press Published March 3, 2014 307 Pages

Wunderland Press
Published March 3, 2014
307 Pages

Elodie Marais is a 19-year-old model from a small town in love with the fame and the fashion. As her modeling career grows, Elodie has the attention of two men but each will give her a different path . .  that she may not be ready for.

All I can say is wow. This was not a good book. I picked it up because the cover is beautiful and the title is great.

What I didn’t like about the book was the dullness of the story but most importantly the main character. It is a known secret that some people do whatever to be a famous and well used model. But that seemed to be all she was about. That’s it.

There was nothing else other than the fact that she was poor, got played by her first love and then decided to sleep around in order to stay on top.

The setting was bad. Nothing really changed around her; she seemed to be getting older but never learning anything or progressing in her personal life.

There is nothing else to say regarding this book.

1 Pickle ( & that is barely)

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