Thursday, December 13, 2018

Review: PIX OF YOU AND ME by George Kayde

Brittney is a fashion model, who believes that there is much more to her than just a pretty photo on Instagram—she had a brain and used it. “Go take pretty pics, it’s what you’re good at.” Wanting something more out of life, she quits modeling.

No one wanted to know the real Brittney, so she decides to pursue a degree in Business. But when her mom gets into a car accident, Brittney is given the chance to prove her business skills by running the art gallery, where Guy, a struggling art photographer, wants to showcase his work. That might be pretty tough considering Brittney now hates photographers (coming out of modeling and all.) Needless to say, the two had to work together, often clashing with one another. You’d think the clashing would be interesting reading, but it was too watered down. In fact, story started lagging about ¼ of the way. All in all, this was a mediocre read.

My rating: 3 stars

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