Johnny’s Girl

Posted 22nd November 2013 by Emma Poulloura in Reviews / 0 Comments

Johnny’s GirlJohnny’s Girl by Paige Toon
Also by this author: The Longest Holiday, Lucy in the Sky, Johnny Be Good, Baby Be Mine, The Accidental Life of Jessie Jefferson
Series: Johnny Be Good #2.5
Also in this series: Johnny Be Good, Baby Be Mine
Published by Simon & Schuster UK on 21st November 2013
Pages: 100
Format: eBook
Source: I bought it
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Meg’s life has taken a turn for the perfect. She is the envy of millions with her drop dead gorgeous husband, their two beautiful sons and her new mansion in Henley. Her celebrity PA days are over. But desperate to keep up with her rock star husband, Johnny Jefferson, she uproots her perfect family and moves back to LA.

Meg has to learn to live with her new celebrity status and the insecurities of her old life, which keep reappearing. Under the paparazzi flash of an A-List party, complete with red carpet, champagne and canapés, Johnny’s rock star past catches up with him and Meg’s worst nightmare becomes a reality…

I thought this was perfect. It was an excellent update on where Meg and Johnny are. IT was really nice to see Johnny and Meg so happy. They have a lovely little family.

I loved the mention of Joseph Strike and Alice. I kind of liked it that Johnny gets jealous of him even though he’s a big shot rock god.

I found it so difficult to see Meg going through all those emotions. She clearly wants to be strong for Johnny and Jessie, but she also needs to process how she feels about it. She always worried that this would happen but she never really prepared herself for how she would feel if it did.

I know that Meg and Johnny will come out the other side of this stronger than ever. They are fighters.

I think Jessie seems like trouble. I can’t wait to see what havoc she causes for Meg and Johnny in The Accidental Life of Jessie Jefferson. I literally cannot wait to read Jessie’s story!

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About Paige Toon

I was born in 1975 and my dad’s career as a racing driver meant that I grew up between Australia, England and America. I worked at heat magazine for eight years as Reviews Editor, but left to have a baby. I’m now a full-time author and freelance journalist. I live in North London with my husband Greg, son Indy and daughter Idha.

Emma Poulloura

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