Title: Starlet’s Light
Author: Carla J. Hanna
Goodreads Rating: 4.5 out of 5
My Rating: 4 out of 5
This is the third book to the Starlet’s Web series and let me start of by saying that it was not my favorite one. It took me a while to finish this book and I think it was because Liana bothered me a lot in this book. It seemed like she was in a huge pity party just for herself. I just wanted to knock her on the head and show her how many people she can trust and love.
Throughout the novel Liana feels like her friends and family do not love her even though that is not the case at all. This book is set in England, which is a good change in the scenery from the first two books. Liana is filming her last Muse before it turns into a television series. You see Liana getting in control with her career path. She is more professional now that she takes control of her work. The main flaw that I see in her in this novel is the fact that she is afraid that she is going to die. Instead of living life like it is her last she just mopes about it. Now I know that seems pretty harsh for me to say especially since I am not ill or put in the same situations as Liana but wouldn’t you think that if it was your last day wouldn’t you want to live it. Instead Liana pushes everyone out except one person. That is all I am going to say about Liana because I am going to talk about my new favorite couple that you meet in this series.
Evan and Amelie are my new favorite couple in the series. Like I keep giggling whenever they are mentioned in this book. Evan is in the previous books as well. In the first one he was Liana’s boyfriend at the beginning. I never paid even that much attention towards him. I did not hate him or like him he was just another character in the story for me until this book. I honestly believe that Evan and Amelie are the only sane ones in this novel. I wish that in the future that there will be a novella or a short story or whatever (hint hint Ms. Hanna). I just love them!Again I cannot praise Ms. Hanna’s writing style. She is a phenomenal writer that makes you think about your everyday life as you read her work.