Unlimited [Crime Book] ¸ Lovestruck in Los Angeles - by Rachel Schurig ✓

By Rachel Schurig | Comments: ( 322 ) | Date: ( Feb 24, 2020 )

Lizzie Medina is living a fairy tale life Ever since she left home for an adventure in London and fell in love with movie star Thomas Harper in the process her world has become brighter More exciting The kind of life she s always dreamt of And she has no intention of going back to the way things used to be When Thomas is required to temporarily move to Los Angeles forLizzie Medina is living a fairy tale life Ever since she left home for an adventure in London and fell in love with movie star Thomas Harper in the process her world has become brighter More exciting The kind of life she s always dreamt of And she has no intention of going back to the way things used to be When Thomas is required to temporarily move to Los Angeles for his new movie, Lizzie joins him without hesitation After all, it s not every day she s invited to live in a luxurious Malibu beach house with the man of her dreams, rubbing elbows with Hollywood celebrities, spending her days steps from the ocean But it doesn t take Lizzie long to realize than in Hollywood, not everything is quite what it seems Will she and Thomas succumb to the pressures inherent in their new life Or will they find a way to create a perfect Hollywood ending of their own

  • Title: Lovestruck in Los Angeles
  • Author: Rachel Schurig
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 104
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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  • Nenette

    No matter the age, I believe most women love a good romantic love story. The giddiness and the tummy flutters don't disappear with age. I should know. I've been reading romance books since high school and I never got tired of them, even more than three decades later.This second book talks about an insecure Lizzie Medina who always had to talk herself out of her many negative feelings. It showcases how most modern women will just not succumb to being a trophy to her boyfriend or husband. She has [...]

  • Stacy

    Much like the first- but delves a little further in to the characters and their issues. I like that they don't just overcome problems overnight, but they don't keep following the same exact pattern over and over. There are some lingering issues on both sides, but they always know they love each other.

  • Cik Aini

    a stroke, i can relate to this

  • Hannah

    Title: Lovestruck in Los AngelesAuthor: Rachel SchurigSeries: YesCliffhanger: NoRelease Date: December 22, 2013Rating: 4 HEA: (view spoiler)[Yes (hide spoiler)]Lovestruck in Los Angeles is the second book in the Lovestruck series. It continues with Thomas and Lizzie. They are moving to Los Angeles for a few months while Thomas works on a new big movie. Lizzie and Thomas are happy and in love but it won't be easy being in LA. While Thomas is busy working on the film Lizzie is working for his publ [...]

  • Caitlin

    After reading Lovestruck in London, I couldn't wait to read the rest of the series. I was not disappointed. Once again, I find the story to be surprisingly realistic and the characters are so down to earth.

  • Gillian Oyston

    Great readHave thoroughly enjoyed reading this second book in the series it lived up to expectations the characters are growing and having ups and downs would highly recommend

  • Nina Derr

    Loved it just as much as the first book and can't wait to start the 3rd. You get your daily dose of romance and also new challenges the cute couple has to over come.

  • Kat

    Stars: 3Read: Oct. 10 – Oct. 12Yes, this sequel was definitely worth the read. I liked that look into their relationship which felt absolutely honest. I was surprised at the amount of lessons our main character had to learn, and, as they sometimes felt, all over again. But, once more, I could really understand where she was coming from with her struggles and why she needed all that time and made it difficult.It was different to see Thomas struggle with it as well. From the beginning, he was so [...]

  • Bee

    I'm basically going to cut and paste my review from Lovestruck in London. With that being said (later) I'm going to add that this was my least favorite of the three books. Lovestruck in London was such a beautiful fun light read and Lovestruck Forever is so wonderful to see the couple's future plans. This one was like the more awkward adolescent years - lots of growing pains and angst. It ended on a fantastic high note though. If you find yourself struggling with this one just keep going because [...]

  • Pooja Anand

    Oh I just loved this story as well. After reading its prequel, i.e. lovestruck in London, I was sure am going to like this series and thus bought the other two books as well. And let me say I wasn't disappointed. A brilliant description of the high pressure life of celebrities and their families especially spouses. I want to congratulate the author on how terrifically she presented the difficulties faced by the other partner who just has to be a supporting pillar for the rising celebrity. Every [...]

  • Charissa

    This is the sequel to Lovestruck in London. It’s well written and moves the story forward quite nicely, although it didn’t quite live up to the first one in my opinion. Still, I was captivated by the romantic tension of this adorable famous couple and how they deal with all their unwanted fame when Thomas moves to Hollywood for four months to film a new movie there. Lizzie is still trying to get her book published and has insecurities regarding all that she receives as Thomas’s girlfriend. [...]

  • Kristin

    So pleased to have found Rachel Schurig's Lovestruck series. I am a huge fan of the romance genre usually erotic romance, but when I happened upon the first title in this series, I was intrigued, being a sucker for all things set in Britain. Schurig writes an enjoyable story of a young Latina woman from the midwest who travels to Great Britain to study abroad. Upon chance, she meets an up and coming young actor, who while has been in hit films as a supporting actor, has yet to carry a film on hi [...]

  • Carlin

    This is the second book in the Lovestruck trilogy. I enjoyed it but not quite as much as the first one. It felt a bit like a bookmark, holding the story for awhile till book three could resolve all the issues. It also took place mostly in Las Angeles where neither Lizzie nor Thomas felt at home. Living there with Thomas's career taking him away from Lizzie and Lizzie hoping for a book deal on her own merits was a true test of the strength of their relationship. I'm starting Lovestruck Forever ri [...]

  • Rachel Teal

    Worst one of the three. Lizzie is a very self-absorbed character who acts more like a 15 or 16 year old gilt rather than an actual adult. At some points, she's tolerable, until something happens with Thomas and she reverts back to a petulant teenager. Thomas is still the best thing about these books. He actually had depth and approaches problems as an actual adult would. How he put up with Lizzie I'll never know.

  • Katie(babs)

    Whereas I really enjoyed Lovestruck in London, the sequel was flat to me. There's not much going on here in terms of a plot, and the excitement factor is very minimal. I felt the original courtship in the first book was very cute, but now that the main couple are in a relationship, there's nothing left for them because the HEA was pretty much set prior to the events of this book. Overall a boring read.

  • Ying

    Mixed feelings about this book, I'm not sure if I should give it a 3 or 4 stars. In particular, Lizzie is a lot more annoying in this book, I felt like she was being selfish and irrational a lot of times. I decided to give it a 4 in the end because i was still drawn to the book and read it in one sitting. I'm also looking forward to the next book

  • Kristina

    I received this book as an ARC from the author.Having already read a lot of Rachel Schurig's other books, including "Lovestruck in Los Angeles"'s prequel, "Lovestruck in London", I knew I would love this book as well. And of course I did. I love Lizzie & Thomas, & I hope to read more books about them. I look forward to reading another book from Rachel Schurig soon!

  • Jennifer

    Not as good as the first one. Felt this one was a little too trite and a little too whiny. Also, and maybe this was just my iBook version, but there were a LOT of errors in the text! On one page, it spelled the same word wrong three times, and it even misspelled a character's name at one point. I found this highly distracting!

  • Mandy Johnson

    3 1/2 starsI love Thomas in both books, he is downright adorable. I found Lizzie to be super annoying in this book, which was sad because I really enjoyed the first book. I am still going to read the third installment.

  • Santa

    Just like the first book, I related VERY well to the "old fashion" parents. Having been raised my immigrant parents, this book nailed how it is - the family closeness, the guilt, relationships, living with a manI enjoyed it.

  • Debbie

    Good sequel to Lovestruck in London - the character of Lizzie is in my opinion much more selfish in this book, and it is good to see a harder side to her.I enjoyed it and will be reading the 3 book very soon

  • Paulette L. Jones

    This has me in love with love really. They are in so many ways the fairy-tale but in so many others ways they are the everyday couple. This series has me captured and I am not trying to get away. On to the next.

  • Megan Taylor

    I am loving these books - easy going and you get lost in the story so a real page turner.

  • Karen

    What a great series! I love everything about the characters and their story. Sometimes Lizzie needed someone to boost her up when Thomas was busy but they truly loved each other.

  • Samantha

    A great 2nd book for this series. I like that Thomas seems more human in this one and that he and Lizzie are growing in their bond.

  • Hannah

    Hooked again - really enjoyed this book!

  • Laura

    if there were any mistakes in this I didn't notice them, I was far too wrapped up in the story. I actually got teary at the end and immediately got the next book on .

  • Barb Blasch

    Loved this.

  • Cindy Joyce

    Cute sequel

  • Isabel

    I am impressed Rachel Schurig has captured the mexican family experience.i love Lizzy & Thomas. Starting book 3 right now

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