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Most helpful customer reviews 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. thoughts on the secret life of a gream girl By hello-booklover I enjoyed Keegan. He was a breath of fresh air for a main teenage boy character. Him being in a school of the arts but is more of a business guy was great. He was also down to earth and grounded. He cared about those around him and he had so much going on in this book. I really loved reading his POV in the book.Dahlia aka Cherry was the other POV. She had just gotten a much deserved chance to have a normal life thanks to the judge. Unfortunately for her it meant hiding herself from a boy. A boy she liked. That would be Keegan. Watching her war with herself about this was awesome. She wanted to tell him but was afraid. To me Keegan would have understood her situation and being the great guy he was would have kept her identity secret. I didn’t like Keegan’s mom stepping in for that hurt Keegan. Yes understand why but still it was wrong.What made this entertaining was the Dahlia was helping Keegan get the girl he liked and he went along with it because he was hoping Dahlia would see who he liked and become more to him than a friend. So Dahlia had him testing out dates etc on her when really Keegan was over the moon and full of hope she would realize he liked her.these two were fun characters. Both were kind and caring. Keegan especially and he was nice to everyone. He was honest and loyal. Also he was trustworthy. Keegan was also going through alot with his dad. That part was heartbreaking. Other than that the story was so light and entertaining. There wasn’t much angst and it was great to see Keegan and Dahlia get to know each other through her operation get Keegan his dreamgirl scheme. I liked how he was more hurt about not being trusted than anything else by Dahlia. He forgave fast and was really sweet about all of it.The story was nicely paced. Told in the POV of Dahlia and Keegan. More Keegan than Dahlia and I think that made the book more grounded and fun. He was a great guy and we got to see a guy’s view and one that was sweet and honest to boot. We saw her struggles, his love, loyalty and kindness through his eyes and to him it was just him being himself so he had humility as well. This is a fun entertaining story of Keegan and Dahlia the girl keeping her true identity secret. How they come together, become friends and learn more about one another and how they end up together in the end. There is no revenge or evil plots just pure fun light hearted moments that keep you smiling and laughing well all except Keegan’s dads situation but that helps show the strength and depth of love Keegan has in him. A lazy day on the beach read that just leaves you happy and warm afterwards. 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. A sweet emotional story By Suze Lavender Cherry is an international superstar. She's worked hard for years and now she wants a break, so she can get her independence and freedom back for a little while. That's why she goes to a regular high school as Dahlia. There nobody knows who she is and she tries to stay in the shadows to keep it that way. There's one guy who notices her though. His name is Keegan and he likes her from the start, but he doesn't know how to ask her out.Dahlia overhears Keegan when he talks about the girl he likes. Because he's such a nice guy she wants him to be happy. She decides to help him to get his dream girl and has no idea that she's the one he's in love with. They go on a few practice dates, but Dahlia can't tell Keegan the truth about her identity. Will who Dahlia is matter in the end and will she and Keegan have a chance to get to know each other?The Secret Life of a Dream Girl is a sweet romantic story. Dahlia and Keegan don't have simple lives. Dahlia's father is controlling and he wants her to make money. She wants to live her own life instead. While going to school and being Dahlia she finally has the chance to figure out who she really is. She's such a kindhearted girl with so many talents and she's easy to like. Keegan's dad is ill and he has a difficult time at home. I had tears in my eyes when I read about this. Keegan is a good guy. He's charming, attentive and friendly. He and Dahlia have great chemistry and it's clear from the start that they belong together.The Secret Life of a Dream Girl is a quick and straightforward read with a lot of depth. Tracy Deebs writes about serious topics in a sensitive and understanding way. Her descriptions of emotions are clear and complete, I could feel them without any difficulties and liked that very much. Dahlia and Keegan are wonderful people and they're also really good together. Their story managed to grip me from the start. Tracy Deebs writes vividly and I loved the way she describes and understands music, which shows in the way Dahlia and Keegan communicate together. I especially enjoyed the little things, like the way they write their texts. Tracy Deebs knows how important something small can be and I loved how she uses that for her story. It's what makes her book so heartwarming and adorable. I liked The Secret Life of a Dream Girl a lot and look forward to reading the rest of the series. 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. Lots of emotion, and a steamy kiss... By Lenore L Kosinski 4 stars -- I received a free copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest and unbiased review/opinion.So this is my second book from the Creative HeArts series (I previously read Mariely and Cabot's story Crazy, Stupid Fauxmance), and I think I've figured out the pattern in them -- they can be read as standalones from each other (though you will become curious about the other characters b/c you get drive by mentions of them), but they seem to each be setting up their own multi-book story arcs. So yet again I was left feeling a bit unfulfilled by the ending, but at least this time I wasn't blind-sided by it. It's like when reading Mariely and Cabot's story, I saw on Goodreads that it says "Mariely and Cabot book 1" or whatever, but at that point I didn't quite understand the ramifications of that. Sometimes when there are multiple books with the same couple, you might get a HFN, if not an HEA. I found that with this book we got a bit more of a HFN than we did with Crazy, Stupid Fauxmance, but I guess I still felt like the pacing was a bit weird with how these were laid out. It makes me want to wait for all the books in the series to be out so I can just binge them.OK, sorry for that huge aside, I was just getting my thoughts out. I actually really enjoyed this one. I enjoy the whole rockstar in disguise trope, and I really felt for Dahlia (or Cherry). We didn't delve too deeply into her past, so you don't see concrete examples of how her father used her, but it is alluded to heavily. And she really is in a tricky position trying to stay under the radar so no one realizes who she really is. Sometimes I find it hard to believe when no one recognizes the star who is incognito, but I bought the explanations in this book. She definitely had a lot going on inside her, but I feel like there's still so much more to learn about her.And Keegan had my heart breaking. I lost my father to cancer when I was a teenager, so I can really feel for everything he's going through in that part of his personal life. And then on the other hand, he was so fricking adorable with how much he liked Dahlia and how nervous he was about it all! I just wanted to squeeze him. There was some interesting depth to his character that I loved (with him being in this arts school, but not really having a particular art that he is talented in).And the chemistry between these two was just fantastic! That kiss!!! Holy smokes, that kiss. *swoon* I loved the romance in this book. It was both sweet and hot.And damn it all, yet again I want to read Finn's book (book 2), even though I'm pretty sure it's an even less satisfying ending than books 3 and 4 were. Maybe I'll wait until the next installment is almost out and then get into it.So basically my only disappointment with this book is that I don't have concrete answers on when more is coming out. Because I'm uber greedy like that. :P But you can bet your bippy I will be all over it when it does come out! No pressure Ms. Deebs. *snicker* See all 22 customer reviews...
About the Author Tracy Deebs is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling and criticially-acclaimed author who writes under many pseudonyms, including young adult novels about surfing mermaids and technological armaggeddon.
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