Friday, July 12, 2013

Virtual Tour Book Review: Down and Out In Beverly Heels by Kathryn Leigh Scott





About the Book:
Down and Out in Beverly Heels tells the story of Meg Barnes, a beloved actress for her role as TV detective Jinx Forgarty, who has it all and loses everything — and ends up living on the streets of Tinsel Town in her Ritz-Volvo, thanks to her newlywed con-man husband. This novel, a fun, light-hearted romance, take us into the Hollywood social swirl, but also delves into the gritty truth of what it is to be “homeless and hiding it” in one of the most glittering, fashionable cities in the world. It’s also a story of redemption with a Thelma and Louise twist as Meg, incorporating skills she learned as a TV detective, tracks down her fugitive husband and struggles to regain her reputation, career and friendships.


My Review:
This is a perfect book for light summer reading! After losing everything,  Meg Barnes is learning how to live in her car ( and sometimes sleeping in other people's cars ) and to take showers at the local Fitness Center to get herself ready to be at her new job on time!  No one knows where her Husband is, and the mystery element of this story is intriguing!  The Characters are well developed and the story keeps you turning the pages to find out what happens next!
Without giving too much away....this is a great story about trying to find love, and working thru obstacles that are thrown your way. 


About the Author:


 Kathryn Leigh Scott is an actress, probably best known for creating the roles of Josette DuPres and Maggie Evans, the love interests of vampire Barnabas Collins in the cult classic TV show “Dark Shadows.” Down and Out in Beverly Heels is her second work of fiction. Scott wrote Dark Passages, a paranormal romance, with more than a passing nod to the ‘60s soap and she appeared in the Johnny Depp/Tim Burton film Dark Shadows last year.
She is currently at work on a sequel to Down and Out in Beverly Heels.


To learn more about Kathryn, please visit   http://www.kathrynleighscott.com

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Blog Tour Schedule

July 1st -  Book Review at Griperang's Bookmarks
July 1st -  Guest Blogging at The Story Behind the Book
July 1st -  Book Featured at  Margay Leah Justice 
July 2nd - Book Review at  Hanging off the Wire
July 2nd - Book featured at  Naturally Kim B
July 3rd - Author Guest Post and Book Review at  Jersey Girl Book Reviews
July 3rd - Book featured at Dr. Pepper Diva
July 5th - Guest Blogging at Hanging off the Wire
July 5th - Book Review at Queen of all She Reads
July 8th - Book Review at Steph the Bookworm
July 9th - Book Review at All Grown Up? 
July 9th - Character interview at Laurie's Thoughts and Reviews
July 10th - Guest Post at Reading Reality
July 11th - Book Review at Sidewalk Shoes
July 12th - Book Review at Readingnks
July 12th - Book Feature at Confessions of a Reader
July 15th - Guest Blogging at Mom Loves 2 Read
July 15th - Book Review at Mary's Cup of Tea
July 16th - Guest Blogging at My Reading Table
July 16th - Book Feature at Authors and Readers Book Corner
July 17th - Book Review at Create with Joy
July 17th - Guest Blogging at Lori's Reading Corner
July 19th - Book Review at Janna Shay Fair Play
July 22nd - Book Review and Guest Post at Inside BJ's Head
July 23rd - Book Review and Guest Post at Must Read Faster
July 24th - Book Review at Literary Winner
July 24th - Book featured at Cindy's Love of Books
July 25th - Guest Blogging at My Devotional Thoughts
July 25th - Book Review at 2 Kids and Tired Books
July 25th - Book Review at Literarily Speaking
July 26th - Book Spotlight at My Cozy Corner
July 26th - Book Review and Interview at Socrates Book Reviews
July 26th - Guest Blogging at Books Books The Magical Fruit
July 26th - Book Review at Booksie's Blog






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14 comments:

  1. Hi Melissa,
    Your line up for July looks great, I need to get reading! Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful weekend!
    Miz Helen

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  2. Sounds like a fun, light read! I just finished the book I have been reading for the last couple of weeks, so it's off to the library I go tomorrow :)

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  3. Nice review! You have me interested! I like summer reads that are fun diversions that you can grab every time you have to stop and wait for something...appointments, dry cleaning, etc!

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  4. It sounds like a fun book to read while parked on a hammock on the beach!

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  5. Yup, perfect read for my time on the lakeside beach. :)

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  6. Oh this looks good. I'm starting to read other genres (other than mysteries) and I might have to have to add this to my list.

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  7. Thanks for stopping by everyone! =)
    I really enjoyed this book!

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  8. Yay, a book blog! So glad I found you and I'm following on my email.

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  9. Wow, I haven't read a book like this in YEARS! Your review reminded me of how much I use to love reading before I got into the whole busy blogging thing!

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  10. Oh my goodness I had no idea that the author played Josette on Dark Shadows--that was one of my favorite shows when I was young. Small world, Haha!

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  11. Mystery and fun, that sounds like my kind of book. We have had stormy weather daily for almost 3 months now and I think it's Gods way of telling me I need to rest and read (lol), because that's all I've been able to do with the Internet down almost all day every day.
    I've read some great books and I'm going to add this one to my next list of must reads. Thank you so much for sharing.

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  12. This sounds like a good read! I'll have to put it on my wishlist!

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