Where Beauty Lies review by icecreamania
Where Beauty Lies: A Beneath the Glitter Novel (Sophia and Ava London)
by Blair Fowler, Elle Fowler
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Chick Lit

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Age at time of review - 15
Reviewer's Location - Elkton, Maryland, United States
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Where Beauty Lies, the sequel to Beneath the Glitter, is a novel about two celebrity  sisters who are dedicated to their brand, London Calling. In California they meet a contessa who gives them an opportunity of a lifetime, to create a fashion collection for New York Fashion Week. The London sisters are on their way to fashion stardom until a rivalry heats up. The enemy is none other than one of the most iconic fashion designers of his time. This book tells the story of the success, friendships, hardships, and romances they encounter along their journey in order to become the new faces of the fashion industry.

Opinion: 

Where Beauty Lies is a decent book with a captivating plot. The story kept me entertained until the end. However, the beginning of the book was dragged out and uninteresting. I felt as if many of the details were unnecessary to the context of the story.  Towards the end, there are many twists in the plot which adds suspense and interest. It is also important to point out this book is very unrealistic. However, I would recommend this novel to young teenagers who enjoy being taken to a dream world.

 
Rating:
3
Content Rating:

Content rating - some mature content

Explain your content rating: 

I chose the some mature content rating because this book includes some profanity and sexual comments.
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