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Katie... Do you think that Jane will get back with Braden??
I think her and Caleb are going to start mending their relationship again and he's going to have a big part in her life. And Scarlett is just going to be stuck to Liam like glue. I think Jane is going to get jealous of Scarlett's relationship and want to have one of her own. Dear God, I hope that Jesse is finally, totally out of the picture. And Madison is a little kniving B-word. lol



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Omgosh doesn't Madison make you so mad!? Every time I think about what she did to Jane I seriously just want to yell at her!! She really is a bad word, if anyone ever did that to me I would do more than just walk out on them. Who does stuff like that? How can someones mind work like Madison's? She is the spawn of satan



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I really hope she gets back with Braden! they complete each other. Caleb, on the other hand, is just tryin to come back in her life because she is famous in my opinion. He keeps trying to text her and you can just tell that his timing is perfect for him to get what he wants. Scarlett definatley found they guy that broke her hook-up streak! I like Liam. Oh and Jesse-once a player, always a player. He is the bad boy that is charming and good looking and that all girls want to be with! I should have known that he was going to end up being abusive! That shocked me.



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Haha I couldn't agree more about Madison!! When I found out it was her that sold those pictures I was ticked!!! I think she is a fame-whore (is that aloud?). All she wants is attention! & I wanna know who has dirt on her & what it is! I don't think she even really has parents or a family. & I hope that husband's wife finds out about her! that would be karma =)



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Oh my goodness....I cannot put this book down!!! It is by far better than the last 2! You can definitely tell Lauren's style of writing has gotten better and more mature!



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Btw I'm glad Scarlett & Jane are roommates again! I knew their friendship would outlast that witch with a b Madison! She should be kicked off the show for intent to ruin someone's life. I just hope she doesnt become the "star"



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Ahhhhh!!!!! Chapter 6 is really good!! But i dont want to spoil it!! Hurry up and get there!! What chapter are you on??



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Trevor is such a JERK!!! I cannot believe he did that to the girls! He deserves what he got. I'm glad Jane found his book!



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oh and i was soo right about Caleb! he just wanted the spotlight. typical, saw that one coming from a mile away. And I guess I was wrong about Braden too though! Jane just needs to stay away from boys in general. It's a good rule to live by



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Agreed about Trevor! he is a total jerk! he pretty much "made" Jane be around Madison even though she didn't want to.



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Oh and Madison is definitely a nobody! I just got to the part where she meets her sister at the bar and he sister threatens to turn her in for being a fake. But i saw that one coming, they were giving hints to that all through book 1 & 2



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Yeah and Braden moved away :( what a loser!! He knows that his real future should be with Jane and not going about trying to move up in his career as an actor because that's never gonna happen



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Oh yeah and Caleb is almost as bad as Madison about being a fame-whore!! he didn't even give a crap about Jane until he saw her in the magazines and on the tv. but she is so naive that she actually thinks that he really wants to rekindle things because he missed her. but really, he just wants to be on tv!



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I wonder what happens with Madison's sister when she asked her to be on the show with her?? The sister seemed to really be contemplating it..



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