Cecily in the City (The Cecily Taylor Series Book 3) by Krysten Lindsay Hager – Review by Beverly Finnie

Cecily in the CityCecily in the City by Krysten Lindsay Hager
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I thoroughly enjoyed reading Cecily in the City. The author wrote a book that pulls at the heartstrings. About a girl’s rise to fame while losing everything she holds dear in her personal life. The growth of her character as a seventeen year old was written beautifully.
Cecily wanted to be an actress and would do everything to reach that goal. She started modeling, because she was told that was her step in the door. But she feared that her association with her popstar boyfriend Andrew would be what everyone thought of her. That she didn’t do any of the hardwork on her own. A snow storm in NYC was really what hot her foot in the door to her dreams. But it also lost her Andrew.
So what happens next?
How does Cecily navigate her new career without her rock, Andrew?
I would classify this book as YA, but as an adult I still enjoyed it. So don’t let YA scare you. Take a chance you might be surprised. I haven’t read the first two books, so I might just have to now. However it still works well as a standalone novel.

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