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  • Off Script #ARC Review


    Emma gets a Hollywood-tinged, feminist update in this funny and fierce retelling of Austen’s classic about a well-intentioned but tragically misguided matchmaker.
    The summer after her first year of college, teen starlet Emma Crawford returns home to Manhattan to prepare for the role of a lifetime—and play career matchmaker to her friends. When Emma’s search for an assistant leads her to the wide-eyed Brittany Smith, Emma sees the big screen in the girl’s future. And because Emma knows best, she’s sure that steering Brittany onto the right path is all she needs to do to make her a star—even if Brittany doesn’t know it yet.
    Emma’s plans start to unravel, however, when professional soccer player Liam Price re-enters her life. Not only is Liam her former best friend’s older brother, but he’s gorgeous, smart, and has no problem pointing out the (totally exaggerated) flaws in Emma’s plans. But as Emma comes in close contact with the darker side of Hollywood, she starts to question the glamorous world she’s always known and realizes her role in it needs to change—if she can find the courage to go off script.


    Review


    I really like Kate Watson's writing and adaptations, in Off Script she brings the adaptation of the amusing Emma with her cupid and control syndrome.

    Emma remains very attached to her brother Harlan and will need to adjust the mood between him and their friend, Liam, as they will need to work together. Harlan betrayed Liam's sister and even though he apologized, it still feels uncomfortable when he's around Liam.

    Between recordings, parties, interviews and a busy schedule, Emma will need help and that's when she finds her new project, assistant Brittany, a dazzling country girl who quickly becomes a must for Emma and become her faithful friend too.

    A cute story about love, friendship, strength and about knowing the right moment to support or not a loved one.
    4/5 stars

    Resenha

    Gosto muito da escrita e das adaptações de Kate Watson, em Off Script ela traz a adaptação da divertida Emma com sua síndrome de cupido e controle.

    Emma continua muito ligada ao irmão Harlan e vai precisar ajustar os ânimos entre seu irmão e seu amigo, Liam, pois precisarão trabalhar juntos. Harlan traiu a irmã de Liam e mesmo tendo se desculpado ainda provoca uma sensação de incômodo quando está perto de Liam.

    Entre gravações, festas, entrevistas e uma agenda cheia de compromissos, Emma precisará de ajuda e é quando ela encontra seu novo projeto, a assistente Brittany, garota deslumbrada do interior que rapidamente se torna imprescindível para Emma  e sua amiga fiel.

    Uma história fofa sobre amor, amizade, força e sobre saber o momento certo de apoiar ou não um familiar querido.
    4/5 estrelas.

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