Accidentally Famous

Accidentally Famous This story was originally published as I Was a Famous Rock Star under the name Alexandra Ainsworth The book has been significantly revised and reedited The whole world knows who you are but you ve for

  • Title: Accidentally Famous
  • Author: Celia Blyth Alexandra Ainsworth
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  • Page: 326
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This story was originally published as I Was a Famous Rock Star under the name Alexandra Ainsworth The book has been significantly revised and reedited The whole world knows who you are but you ve forgotten everything since high school.When Caleb wakes up in a glamorous clinic in California, he s a changed man His once scrawny body is toned, his now white teeth gThis story was originally published as I Was a Famous Rock Star under the name Alexandra Ainsworth The book has been significantly revised and reedited The whole world knows who you are but you ve forgotten everything since high school.When Caleb wakes up in a glamorous clinic in California, he s a changed man His once scrawny body is toned, his now white teeth gleam, and everyone looks at him in adoration Caleb shouldn t even be in the US he s English and has never traveled farther than London.Somehow Caleb transformed from an eighteen year old, sexually questioning, reclusive high school student who spent his free time composing and practicing music in his parents shabby council flat to become a world famous rock star with adoring fans and his own mansion in Beverly Hills.Caleb bravely tries to fit into his new life as he recovers from his amnesia But who is the handsome young Latino publicity manager who visits him in the hospital Why does everyone think Caleb is straight What has Caleb forgotten And will he ever remember

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    1. This was, frankly, terrible. Amnesiac. Rock star. I saw this and was all "ABS0-FREAKING-LUTELY SIGN ME UP!"Ugh. No. Underdeveloped characters. Worthless plot. Terrible, no good, very bad editing. Content AND grammar AND formatting fails. I forced myself to skim to the end after about 40%. I have a problem with DNF, because I just want to get some HEA closure. It hurt though. Painfully bad.


    2. 2.5 starsThat was completely ridiculous. For about two-thirds of the book I could go with the ridiculous nature of the story and enjoy it for the fluff it is and then the idiotic storyline with his capital letters evil manager moved it from enjoyable to bad ridiculous.


    3. The blurb sounded intriguing and with the added lure of a 99p sale, I peter-pointereddly, this was not enough to save the storyCaleb awoke with amnesia, wiping the last five years of his memories. I don't think the author intended for the reader to feel like they had amensia toobut that's how I felt reading this book.The writing felt clumsy, even child like, all from Caleb's POV. I struggled with each character introduced as there was no background, scant information and very little interaction [...]


    4. This book relies too heavily on peripheral drama instead of an actual incendiary romance.Whereas most books appear dense with emotion this one has as many holes as a sieve despite a forest of words gracing it's many pages.I could not blend with any of the many players in this novel due to the main character Caleb dominating the entire story with his memory loss.His amnesia which is the main focus of the story makes the other characters appear flat & one dimensional & distracts from any e [...]


    5. This book was a pleasant surprise for me. It was a light and enjoyable love story with some mild suspense. I finished it in couple of hours since I felt in love with Caleb in the first two chapters. The pace was fast and I tried to read faster to see what was going to happen next. The author did a great job making all the characters interesting on a simple manner. As a reader, you have the opportunity to read an interesting story without much angst and some smexy times. Some parts were a little [...]


    6. DNF @ 50%I don't know if it's fair to rate this book or not since I didn't finish it but I didn’t enjoy it at all so I am rating based on that.So I started reading this book without reading any reviews or looking at any rating just based on the blurb and it was a ridiculous slightly boring book and the writing wasn't that much but I said I will stick with it and finish it and maybe it will get better but then I came across this line My tool stiffens and expands, and pull closer to Mateo, aimin [...]


    7. The plotline promised gold; the actual execution is so poor, so linear, trite and absolutely flat that the book falls below mediocrity into utterly despicable territory. Though Mrs Ainsworth is not an up-and-coming writer and with a respectable number of stories under her belt ought to know her trade by now, everything smacks of amateurism here, from the atrociously unrealistic intrigue which has no right to be called "fluff" since it fails to create happy feelings in the reader, to the undevelo [...]


    8. This was actually a good story. I enjoyed Caleb thinking him and Mateo were a couple and the awkward aftermath. Ezra was a funny guy so him as the best friend was perfect. I wish Julian got more of what is coming to him but maybe that will be in later books.


    9. This is the first book I’ve read by Celia Blyth and I enjoyed it very much. After falling off of a stage Caleb doesn’t remember the last 5 years of his life; he thinks he’s still 18 and is shocked to learn that he is part of a famous boy band. He’s also disheartened to learn that he’s supposedly an alcoholic and drug user; he never thought he’d ever do anything like that.When he wakes up after being in a coma he hears a wonderful voice that he doesn’t recognize. When he sees Mateo [...]


    10. Accidentally Famous" could have been a beautiful story of two people getting a second chance at love. Caleb wakes up from a coma with no memory of the last five years. Soon after he meets Mateo and there's this connection Caleb just knows Mateo is someone important to him. When people start telling him and the last five years Caleb can't believe what he's hearing, he hates the person they've said he's become. If the author would have stuck with that and Caleb and Mateo this would have been a rea [...]


    11. Early in the story we learn that Caleb has amnesia due to a fall off the stage at one of his concerts. He is now transformed from an eighteen year old, sexually questioning, reclusive high school student to a world famous rock star with adoring fans and his own mansion overlooking the Pacific. I did read it in one go because i wanted to know what happend to Caleb and who wanted him to fail as a Boyband member and why they wanted that to happen. I really liked Caleb and i liked the fact that even [...]


    12. How do you proceed when you wake up with no memories of the last 5 years and see the man of your dreams? That's what happens to Caleb, the superstar in a boy band. The story is how he fumbles his way through his life, trying to piece together what happened to turn him from a boy with a dream of sharing music with the world, to the man he doesn't recognize as himself. He knows how he feels about Mateo, but he's never come out and is backed into a corner by the media frenzy surrounding his bad rep [...]


    13. ★★½ I can only imagine how disorienting it would be to wake up in a clinic to find out you'd lost the last five years of your life & nothing you wanted for yourself (except to be working as a musician) has happened. Thankfully for Caleb, he didn't just accept everything he's being told about his past self & he's re-learning who he really is. And he's working to make his second chance at success what he wants it to be.The plot point with Julian was fairly obvious. And I'm not a fan [...]


    14. Like another reviewer has said, the author has a decent writing style and the premise was interesting, so after reading the sample, I bought the book. Unfortunately, it never really delivered, and there were a number of not-very-believable plot points - eg the amnesia which suddenly cleared up out of nowhere, but went on much longer than is (as far as I'm aware) medically usual. There were also a few typos and poor word choices/duplications here and there, but only minor issues. Overall, I think [...]


    15. I received an ARC in exchange for an honest, unbiased review.23 year old Caleb's life is changed irrevocably when he falls from a stage and develops amnesia, forgetting the last 5 years as a famous rock star. When he wakes up, he thinks he is only 18 years old. Add in a grasping, unscrupulous manager an extremely unbelievable (and unlikable) character and a sweet 2nd main character that the reader will fall in love with and, all in all, the book was a good read. It is a great premise and the aut [...]


    16. I received this book free for an honest review.I kind of enjoyed this book but it was missing something. I found that the characters were quite shallow without depth. This was I think because nobody was introduced properly threading any back story. Caleb could have been so much more if we had some more of his back story. There didn't seem to be that much chemistry in the relationship between Matteo and Caleb. Julian just seemed to be there to provide a bit of angst and drama. It was an okay book [...]


    17. It had me hookedTill the last chapter.en it fizzled. What happened to justice?? Julian just gets to walk away?? And why did Caleb have to leave if he was able to just come back. That made no sensehe came right back to Mateo anywaywith the threat still out there. I was thinking" wow I can't put this book down and I can rate it with five stars" but then it all came down.ed with the easiest possible ending slapped ondisappointedI am happy they are together but the end could have been a thousand tim [...]


    18. This is a weird one. I really liked the main characters and the romance between the MCs. But the plot was SO predictable and telegraphed from the start. Julian was such a cartoon villain and I didn't understand why no one could see it. Also so confused on why he hated Caleb SO MUCH. It made no sense because there was another member of the boy band that was openly gay so it couldn't have been that. I just don't get it.


    19. I liked the premise of this book. To wake up and not remember the last 5 years, and then to find out that who you were for the last 5 years goes against everything you ever wanted for your life. I couldn't imagine such a feeling, but I thought it was explored pretty well. Mateo was a great partner for Caleb, and it was nice to see Caleb finally be free to be open with what he wanted in his life.



    20. This has a strong voice which is compelling and gives the same sense of confusion and wonder the main character feels. the only complaint I really have is the reunion between the two lovebirds seems very tame and anti-climatic. Almost passionless, especially when throughout the rest of the book the tension was almost palpable.



    21. DifferentI personally don't get boy bands but the story was fun to read. It would definitely be strange to wake up and not know who you are. Then find out your famous.







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