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    Johny be good

    Another brill lone paige
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    Johnny Be Good

    This book is not as good as other Paige Toon books. It is all a stretch to far too read so many books about Johnny!
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    Great book

    I thought this book was an amazing chick lit. I had a lot of fun reading it and am just about to read again!
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    Johnny Be Good

    Complicated life indeed.
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    Meg No Really

    It's an easy read. I started off really enjoying the story until about half way through and then I skipped to the end. It's a It's a version of the Cinderella story although Johnny Jefferson, is no Prince Charming. I thought Meg was an engaging heroine and could understand her having a crush on Johnny Jefferson, her boss, who's a famous rock star. However, I found it hard to believe that a supposedly sensible person would continue to fall in love with a man who behaves as badly as he does, which she sees close up because she's his live-in PA. I thought Johnny was the cliched "I behave badly because I had a sad childhood" and "I've always been awful to women because I've never been in love with any of them until now". Johnny's best friend, Christian was so much nicer and fun. I thought the ending was a bit of a cop out too and didn't satisfactorily resolve the story. Possibly, there's going to be a sequel.
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