Johnny’s Girl- A Short Story Review


How did I get it?:
I bought it!

Previously reviewed by the same author:
The Longest Holiday


Meg’s life has taken a turn for the perfect. She is the envy of millions with her drop dead gorgeous husband, their two beautiful sons and her new mansion in Henley. Her celebrity PA days are over. But desperate to keep up with her rock star husband, Johnny Jefferson, she uproots her perfect family and moves back to LA.
Meg has to learn to live with her new celebrity status and the insecurities of her old life, which keep reappearing. Under the paparazzi flash of an A-List party, complete with red carpet, champagne and canapés, Johnny’s rock star past catches up with him and Meg’s worst nightmare becomes a reality…


I really adore Paige Toon’s writing. I’ve read every book that she’s published. She is a chick- author, but it’s chick-lit with a difference. There have several books surrounding Johnny and Meg now. A couple that I absolutely love! This particular short story catches up with Johnny and Meg, letting the reader know whereabouts they are in their lives. It bridges the gap between Johnny and Meg and Paige Toon’s new Young Adult series spin-off about Jessie Jefferson (review coming soon of the first book in the series)

I highly recommend this book if you’re a fan of Paige Toon’s. It could be read as a standalone, but it makes much more sense if you’re involved/invested in the characters.

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