Starring Me is the sequel to First Date that I reviewed last year. I LOVED First Date so I was really excited when BookSneeze had Starring Me available to review. Starring Me leaves us off shortly after First Date ended. Kara McKormick still has dreams of being an actress and has been auditioning on and off for several months. She finally gets a month-long audition to be the co-star in a new reality show.
Chad Beacon known for his singing is trying to get into acting and is in a search for his co-star. There is one catch his parents want to make sure his co-star is of good character and a christian. Kara is of good character but God is not high on her priority list. In Starring Me both Chad and Kara are on their own spiritual journey with God along with all their family members and friends.
I LOVED this book. The book was a really fast and easy read. It had a lot of new and old characters that really made for interesting plot twist throughout the whole book. Every time I thought I had the book figured out something else happenned totally changing the outcome of the story.
I really liked how the characters in this book evangelized without being pushy about it. It really made me think about how I can use little ways to evangelize to people in my own life. I would highly recommend this book to any fan of young adult fiction, christianity, and romance. The book even has several discussion questions at the end of the book that can make for a good study session.
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