: Shooting Stars (): Allison Rushby: Books. Shooting Stars and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle. Shooting Stars by Allison Rushby – book cover, description, publication history. 28 Feb Meet Josephine Foster, or Zo Jo as she’s known in the biz. The best pint-sized paparazzo out there, Jo loves shooting the stars, and she.

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An unexpected assignment to track and photograph a teen heartthrob in a retreat-like rehab would provide the funds she needs to pay for school and an awesome study program.

There were parts of this book that had me laughing out loud and parts where I was silently cheering for Jo and trying to tell her what to do! My only complaint would be that I would have preferred a little more in terms of sizzle – there wasn’t quite enough kissing for my liking, but the lip-locking that did take place was more than satisfactory.

She is the author of four teen novels and five adult novels, all published by Random House in Allison’s native Australia.

I also wanted to point out, I did not see that twist coming in regards to Ned. I would have liked more character development, but I did like the fact that it was a fairly simple and rushbh read. Empire of Storms Sarah J. A cute, fun, light hearted and addictive read, it is not one to be missed!

The main character, Josephine or ‘Zo Jo’is a year-old paparazzo from LA, who basically lives independently whilst her Aussie dad is working in Japan. Quotes from Shooting Stars.


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Especially the full-timers; they hated the part-timers who liked to pap outside of their day jobs, even if their day job was school. And all of them were just so real, so well-padded-out! Also the rehab has to offer a few secondary characters that enrich the storyline. She was snarky and funny: Remember me on this computer. That’s exactly how Zo Jo Josephine’s business name feels. It gives readers to shoooting view in the life of a paparazzi; their work seems to take all of their time.

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Meet Josephine Foster, or ‘Zo Jo as she’s called in the biz. Feb 20, Katie rated it really liked it Shelves: English Choose a language for shopping. I think this set-up had a lot of potential, with about ten kids who all have some kind of issue, but the execution is lacking, in my opinion. For information on how we process your data, read our Privacy Policy. Don’t be camera shy: His face would be plastered on the buses and billboards at the train station and I would sneakily look at him when I thought no one was looking and make a mental note to text my best friend and demand that she came with me to see it.


And in order to finance an ruhsby art sch Review first posted at Bewitched Bookworms The synopsis something that totally drew me in. From the first word to the last word I was so interested and it always made me want to read more.

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You may send this item to up to five recipients. And, we also get to see some celeb life. The minor characters played a bigger part than what I thought.

There were some great secondary characters in the book too, including Jo’s paparazzo friend Mannie, her air-hostess cousin Wendy and various others like Katrina and Seth who she meets at the retreat. Ruahby, also known as Zo Jo, takes on her biggest job yet under her employer when she’s asked to follow Ned Harnett to a retreat, all while keeping her true identity under wraps.

She was feisty and pint-sized, and even though she was a paparazzo, she had a big heart.