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i know! the thing about Madison made perfect sense! it was foreshadowed about in the 1st 2 books. no wonder you never heard about her parents or siblings....she changed her name! although i wonder how she actually went that long without being found out about since she was in the spotlight this whole time. although she is a very good liar!



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I didnt wanna ruin it for you but since i know you're done now, Braden has commitment issues-Scarlet called that one! i'm just surprised that Jane actually realized it and told him like it is! Thank goodness Jane is finally boy-free! Caleb will find another way to get his 15 minutes of fame i'm sure. & i cannot believe that Madison's little sister showed up with Jesse! what a witch



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I'm kinda sad that there are no more books in the series but at least it had a good ending! I was hoping it would all work out...and everybody got what they deserved. Madison got called out, Scarlet has her boyfriend and Jane has her life back and a new job! and Sophie is gonna be a wild-child party girl. and Trevor lost his show! haha, karma!



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soo basically what i learned from these books is: don't lie about your identity, never date a camer-man, if their hiar is fake and their boobs are fake and their life is fake then they are probably FAKE, never become a celbrity-fame is way overrated, and if i ever find a woman named Fione Chen stay far far away!!!



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I was kinda bummed when Braden and Jane didn't get togetherr in the end, i thought he was truly the perfect guy for her and it would have been nice to not get used by her guy friends for once.. but i completely agree with the commitment issue there, it kinda reminds me of someone i know.... hmmmm ;)



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and if i EVER came across a Madison Parker i would B**** slap her into next week if she tried to pull a stunt like that on me. How can someone with a soul be so cruel to the person closest to them? I think that Madison has a commitment issue too, but unlike Bradens hers has to deal with being herself and letting people see the true Madelyn Wargner (or whatever her real last name was)



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Dont you thinik that Gaby is Heidi!!!! because Heidi went all plastic surgery crazy and got a total barbie doll makeover, and im pretty sure that happened right in the middle of Jane writing her book.... hmmmm seems pretty sketchy to me



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Even though Scarlett was kinda always in the background, she was my favorite character. She was a total BAMFG!! and she could handle her liquor just like she could handle her men. she is like my role model haha! i would so be her best friend



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Haha i love that!! since we both love lists so much we should make a book of lists of things we've learned starting with this one. add to that list: never become a reality star & dont let your little sibling have black mail on you or it will come back to haunt you in a major way!



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hmm....i love how you not-so-subtly hinted that I'm the one with commitment issues!! haha i guess i can deal with that! but i'm not like Braden! he had a great girl right in front of him, all the guys i date just turn out to be the wrong one! i thought they would get back together though. like i was waiting for him to give her this long, romantic thought-out speech about how he really loved her and would do anything for her, etc. guess not everything is a fairy-tale ending!



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um, i'm not entirely sure Madison had a soul!! lol she was just a walking problem in general-and i think she's a compulsive liar. & i kept thinking her "relationship" with the married man would be called out and made into a big deal. but that just kinda went under the radar. & yet she still is famous after all the lies. Somethings you will never understand



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ahh thats a good point!! & this whole time i kinda thought Scarlett was Heidi but Scarlett may have been the other Lauren, her good friend from her hometown. that does make perfect sense! cause Gaby "went on vacation" & i think the same thing happened on the show. Heidi "went on vacation" to see her parents and came back like an over-worked barbie doll. & they both changed their personalities....i think you're on to something sasa!



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um, duh! she was easily my favorite too! she spoke her mind and didn't care what anyone thought of it! even though she was on live tv. um, i dont remember the part where she handled liquor though! lol i'm glad she's leaving USC though cause she is super smart and should challenge herself! & i cant believe her boy toy is gonna go with her! excuse me, but i do believe you are supposed to be my best friend!! ;) nice reading with ya friend!



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