What You Don't Know About Charlie Outlaw

What You Don't Know About Charlie Outlaw

After a series of missteps in the face of his newly found fame, actor Charlie Outlaw flees to a remote island in search of anonymity and a chance to reevaluate his recent break-up with his girlfriend, actress Josie Lamar. But soon after his arrival on the peaceful island, his solitary hike into the jungle takes him into danger he never anticipated. As Charlie struggles with After a series of missteps in the face of his newly found fame, actor Charlie Outlaw flees to a remote island in sear...

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Title:What You Don't Know About Charlie Outlaw
Author:Leah Stewart
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Genres:Fiction
ISBN:0735214344
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:328 pages pages

What You Don't Know About Charlie Outlaw Reviews

  • Jennifer
    Apr 02, 2018

    I love everything that Leah Stewart writes and this was no exception. I loved the inside into the actor's world--so fun! A great read. ...

    The idea of two actors who specialize in playing self sufficient characters caught in a real life crisis sounded like it could be interesting. It wasn't. The story is told in present tense and the thoughts that run through the actor's minds are both boring and repetitive. They need bet...

    Our culture is ever so celebrity obsessed. There are those who, deservingly and often not at all so, have become permanent fixtures in our consciousness and these individuals and the disproportionate, merit free amounts of fame bestowed upon them tell a lot about us as a society. I?m...

    The only thing I didn't like about this book was how late it kept me up each night reading! Seriously. I've long been a fan of Stewart's work, all the way back to THE MYTH OF YOU AND ME, and this is my favorite of hers hands-down. She tackles the inner-life of two actors with depth, co...

    Just didn?t do it for me. Never connected with any of the characters. ...

    Being a famous actor can't be easy, especially when your also famous girlfriend call it quits. Charlie Outlaw seeks refuge on a remote island off the grid, but getting away soon turns into an adventure even his acting skills can't get him out of. This thoroughly enjoyable suspens...

    3 stars, leaning towards 4 My main gripe is with the writing style, which is omniscient present tense, like the narration on Jane the Virgin, giving peeks into the future while focusing on the immediate present. It?s weird, and sometimes off-putting, and maybe a little tell-not-sh...

    I wanted to enjoy this book. In fact, there was a glimmer of hope in what I did read of this book. I got a third of the way in and put it down; intending to pick the book up again. Yet, when I got the time to do so, I felt no rush or need to want to pick it back up. What I craved t...

    This wasn't really for me. I abandoned it one-third of the way in. The writing was strong, but the subject matter and characters weren't really up my alley. I guess I don't really care that much about the craft of acting and the secret lives of actors, both currently popular and has-be...

    I enjoyed this book so much! I especially loved the moments that explored what it means to be an artist in the world, how giving one's self over to pursuing art requires a particular and constant vulnerability. Twice I got mad at myself for leaving the book at home rather than taking i...

    A disastrous magazine interview causes rising star and Hollywood hunk Charlie Outlaw to lose the love of his life and social media to turn on him. Ouch! So, Charlie decides to get away from it all by running away to a remote tropical island. It turns out it isn?t quite the escape he ...

    Some aspects of this book were interesting, but overall it seemed rather a mishmash of styles. Was it a mystery? Romantic comedy? What? I didn't especially care for the characters so didn't really care '"what I didn't know about Charlie"'. It was just ok for me ...

    I enjoyed this book, it was a great one day read. Charlie Outlaw is a famous actor whose girlfriend Josie broke up with him after he publicly said some very stupid and embarrassing things. He decides the best thing for him to do is retreat to Costa Rica without telling anyone where he'...

    This is a fun read about celebrity (both sides of it), romance and adventure. And there?s a little bit of bad guys. It?s a fun read about celebrity peppered with advice from Stanislavski, et al. about the art of acting. There?s a terrific chapter that gives the reader an insight ...

    The best part of this book was the cover design. ...

    Really fun, cute book. Funny as well. I LOVED the writing and narration. It was perfect and unique. Almost like watching a movie or reading a screenplay. But it did go on a bit too long for me - hence 4 stars instead of 5. But overall I really enjoyed it. ...

    This is a tedious and uneven info-dump. Josie is a fading former TV star whose heyday was 20 years ago. Her younger boyfriend, Charlie, is a rising star. But Charlie says disparaging things about his star-making TV show (and his girlfriend) in an interview and his fans turn on him a...

    I loved this book. Super engaging, fast paced, page turner. The characters and situations felt really real, and the references were perfect. Josie, the main character, is an actress whose breakout role was in a cult TV show that is very reminiscent of Buffy. Now she?s 41, and stru...

    What You Don't Know About Charlie Outlaw brings us a story of two actors, Charlie and Josie at a point of their breakup, a possible harsh downfall of Charlie's career and Josie's struggle to revive her previously booming career. Charlie in an attempt to please everyone ended up hurting...

    Really strange book, and I think I mean that in a good way? The narrative voice is not a style I usually care for, distant and omniscient, in everyone's heads which also can mean it's in no one's head. I never felt super close to any character but was still curious about their fates...

    https://oneblogtwobroads.blog/2018/04... Actor Charlie Outlaw gives an interview that he wishes he could take back. He says some things that aren?t really what someone you were in love with would want to hear and his girlfriend Josie Lamar is understandably upset. Charlie decides ...

    I was provided a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest and fair review. Ever wondered what it was like to be an actor? It's not something I ever really thought much about, but still while reading this book I found myself interested in a lot of the thought process that goe...

    I LOVED this novel! It's about an actor named Charlie and an actress named Josie who have just broken up - his career is on an upward trajectory while hers is on a downward trajectory. In the wake of their breakup, Charlie travels to a remote island to escape from the media, which turn...

  • Allison
    Mar 28, 2018

    I love everything that Leah Stewart writes and this was no exception. I loved the inside into the actor's world--so fun! A great read. ...

    The idea of two actors who specialize in playing self sufficient characters caught in a real life crisis sounded like it could be interesting. It wasn't. The story is told in present tense and the thoughts that run through the actor's minds are both boring and repetitive. They need bet...

    Our culture is ever so celebrity obsessed. There are those who, deservingly and often not at all so, have become permanent fixtures in our consciousness and these individuals and the disproportionate, merit free amounts of fame bestowed upon them tell a lot about us as a society. I?m...

    The only thing I didn't like about this book was how late it kept me up each night reading! Seriously. I've long been a fan of Stewart's work, all the way back to THE MYTH OF YOU AND ME, and this is my favorite of hers hands-down. She tackles the inner-life of two actors with depth, co...

  • Andrea
    May 08, 2018

    I love everything that Leah Stewart writes and this was no exception. I loved the inside into the actor's world--so fun! A great read. ...

    The idea of two actors who specialize in playing self sufficient characters caught in a real life crisis sounded like it could be interesting. It wasn't. The story is told in present tense and the thoughts that run through the actor's minds are both boring and repetitive. They need bet...

    Our culture is ever so celebrity obsessed. There are those who, deservingly and often not at all so, have become permanent fixtures in our consciousness and these individuals and the disproportionate, merit free amounts of fame bestowed upon them tell a lot about us as a society. I?m...

    The only thing I didn't like about this book was how late it kept me up each night reading! Seriously. I've long been a fan of Stewart's work, all the way back to THE MYTH OF YOU AND ME, and this is my favorite of hers hands-down. She tackles the inner-life of two actors with depth, co...

    Just didn?t do it for me. Never connected with any of the characters. ...

    Being a famous actor can't be easy, especially when your also famous girlfriend call it quits. Charlie Outlaw seeks refuge on a remote island off the grid, but getting away soon turns into an adventure even his acting skills can't get him out of. This thoroughly enjoyable suspens...

    3 stars, leaning towards 4 My main gripe is with the writing style, which is omniscient present tense, like the narration on Jane the Virgin, giving peeks into the future while focusing on the immediate present. It?s weird, and sometimes off-putting, and maybe a little tell-not-sh...

    I wanted to enjoy this book. In fact, there was a glimmer of hope in what I did read of this book. I got a third of the way in and put it down; intending to pick the book up again. Yet, when I got the time to do so, I felt no rush or need to want to pick it back up. What I craved t...

    This wasn't really for me. I abandoned it one-third of the way in. The writing was strong, but the subject matter and characters weren't really up my alley. I guess I don't really care that much about the craft of acting and the secret lives of actors, both currently popular and has-be...

    I enjoyed this book so much! I especially loved the moments that explored what it means to be an artist in the world, how giving one's self over to pursuing art requires a particular and constant vulnerability. Twice I got mad at myself for leaving the book at home rather than taking i...

    A disastrous magazine interview causes rising star and Hollywood hunk Charlie Outlaw to lose the love of his life and social media to turn on him. Ouch! So, Charlie decides to get away from it all by running away to a remote tropical island. It turns out it isn?t quite the escape he ...

    Some aspects of this book were interesting, but overall it seemed rather a mishmash of styles. Was it a mystery? Romantic comedy? What? I didn't especially care for the characters so didn't really care '"what I didn't know about Charlie"'. It was just ok for me ...

    I enjoyed this book, it was a great one day read. Charlie Outlaw is a famous actor whose girlfriend Josie broke up with him after he publicly said some very stupid and embarrassing things. He decides the best thing for him to do is retreat to Costa Rica without telling anyone where he'...

    This is a fun read about celebrity (both sides of it), romance and adventure. And there?s a little bit of bad guys. It?s a fun read about celebrity peppered with advice from Stanislavski, et al. about the art of acting. There?s a terrific chapter that gives the reader an insight ...

    The best part of this book was the cover design. ...

    Really fun, cute book. Funny as well. I LOVED the writing and narration. It was perfect and unique. Almost like watching a movie or reading a screenplay. But it did go on a bit too long for me - hence 4 stars instead of 5. But overall I really enjoyed it. ...

    This is a tedious and uneven info-dump. Josie is a fading former TV star whose heyday was 20 years ago. Her younger boyfriend, Charlie, is a rising star. But Charlie says disparaging things about his star-making TV show (and his girlfriend) in an interview and his fans turn on him a...

    I loved this book. Super engaging, fast paced, page turner. The characters and situations felt really real, and the references were perfect. Josie, the main character, is an actress whose breakout role was in a cult TV show that is very reminiscent of Buffy. Now she?s 41, and stru...

    What You Don't Know About Charlie Outlaw brings us a story of two actors, Charlie and Josie at a point of their breakup, a possible harsh downfall of Charlie's career and Josie's struggle to revive her previously booming career. Charlie in an attempt to please everyone ended up hurting...

    Really strange book, and I think I mean that in a good way? The narrative voice is not a style I usually care for, distant and omniscient, in everyone's heads which also can mean it's in no one's head. I never felt super close to any character but was still curious about their fates...

    https://oneblogtwobroads.blog/2018/04... Actor Charlie Outlaw gives an interview that he wishes he could take back. He says some things that aren?t really what someone you were in love with would want to hear and his girlfriend Josie Lamar is understandably upset. Charlie decides ...

    I was provided a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest and fair review. Ever wondered what it was like to be an actor? It's not something I ever really thought much about, but still while reading this book I found myself interested in a lot of the thought process that goe...

    I LOVED this novel! It's about an actor named Charlie and an actress named Josie who have just broken up - his career is on an upward trajectory while hers is on a downward trajectory. In the wake of their breakup, Charlie travels to a remote island to escape from the media, which turn...

    (Thanks to Amazon Vine for providing me with an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review) What an unexpectedly delightful book! I picked this one up having no idea what it was about (and to be honest, basically thought the cover was totally cute) and it ended up b...

    This zingy love story manages to make kidnapping and heartbreak seem fun. Charlie Outlaw is a famous actor who retreats to an unnamed island for some peace and solitude after his breakup with his girlfriend, actress Josie Lamar. His tranquil vacation is interrupted by unforeseen danger...

    4.25 stars rounded down to 4. I really enjoyed this book-the premise was unusual, the characters endearing and the story was terrific. What You Don't Know About Charlie Outlaw is the story of Hollywood TV star Charlie Outlaw, who has taken a break from his life in Hollywood by es...

  • Linda
    May 07, 2018

    I love everything that Leah Stewart writes and this was no exception. I loved the inside into the actor's world--so fun! A great read. ...

    The idea of two actors who specialize in playing self sufficient characters caught in a real life crisis sounded like it could be interesting. It wasn't. The story is told in present tense and the thoughts that run through the actor's minds are both boring and repetitive. They need bet...

    Our culture is ever so celebrity obsessed. There are those who, deservingly and often not at all so, have become permanent fixtures in our consciousness and these individuals and the disproportionate, merit free amounts of fame bestowed upon them tell a lot about us as a society. I?m...

    The only thing I didn't like about this book was how late it kept me up each night reading! Seriously. I've long been a fan of Stewart's work, all the way back to THE MYTH OF YOU AND ME, and this is my favorite of hers hands-down. She tackles the inner-life of two actors with depth, co...

    Just didn?t do it for me. Never connected with any of the characters. ...

    Being a famous actor can't be easy, especially when your also famous girlfriend call it quits. Charlie Outlaw seeks refuge on a remote island off the grid, but getting away soon turns into an adventure even his acting skills can't get him out of. This thoroughly enjoyable suspens...

    3 stars, leaning towards 4 My main gripe is with the writing style, which is omniscient present tense, like the narration on Jane the Virgin, giving peeks into the future while focusing on the immediate present. It?s weird, and sometimes off-putting, and maybe a little tell-not-sh...

    I wanted to enjoy this book. In fact, there was a glimmer of hope in what I did read of this book. I got a third of the way in and put it down; intending to pick the book up again. Yet, when I got the time to do so, I felt no rush or need to want to pick it back up. What I craved t...

    This wasn't really for me. I abandoned it one-third of the way in. The writing was strong, but the subject matter and characters weren't really up my alley. I guess I don't really care that much about the craft of acting and the secret lives of actors, both currently popular and has-be...

    I enjoyed this book so much! I especially loved the moments that explored what it means to be an artist in the world, how giving one's self over to pursuing art requires a particular and constant vulnerability. Twice I got mad at myself for leaving the book at home rather than taking i...

    A disastrous magazine interview causes rising star and Hollywood hunk Charlie Outlaw to lose the love of his life and social media to turn on him. Ouch! So, Charlie decides to get away from it all by running away to a remote tropical island. It turns out it isn?t quite the escape he ...

    Some aspects of this book were interesting, but overall it seemed rather a mishmash of styles. Was it a mystery? Romantic comedy? What? I didn't especially care for the characters so didn't really care '"what I didn't know about Charlie"'. It was just ok for me ...

    I enjoyed this book, it was a great one day read. Charlie Outlaw is a famous actor whose girlfriend Josie broke up with him after he publicly said some very stupid and embarrassing things. He decides the best thing for him to do is retreat to Costa Rica without telling anyone where he'...

    This is a fun read about celebrity (both sides of it), romance and adventure. And there?s a little bit of bad guys. It?s a fun read about celebrity peppered with advice from Stanislavski, et al. about the art of acting. There?s a terrific chapter that gives the reader an insight ...

    The best part of this book was the cover design. ...

    Really fun, cute book. Funny as well. I LOVED the writing and narration. It was perfect and unique. Almost like watching a movie or reading a screenplay. But it did go on a bit too long for me - hence 4 stars instead of 5. But overall I really enjoyed it. ...

    This is a tedious and uneven info-dump. Josie is a fading former TV star whose heyday was 20 years ago. Her younger boyfriend, Charlie, is a rising star. But Charlie says disparaging things about his star-making TV show (and his girlfriend) in an interview and his fans turn on him a...

    I loved this book. Super engaging, fast paced, page turner. The characters and situations felt really real, and the references were perfect. Josie, the main character, is an actress whose breakout role was in a cult TV show that is very reminiscent of Buffy. Now she?s 41, and stru...

    What You Don't Know About Charlie Outlaw brings us a story of two actors, Charlie and Josie at a point of their breakup, a possible harsh downfall of Charlie's career and Josie's struggle to revive her previously booming career. Charlie in an attempt to please everyone ended up hurting...

    Really strange book, and I think I mean that in a good way? The narrative voice is not a style I usually care for, distant and omniscient, in everyone's heads which also can mean it's in no one's head. I never felt super close to any character but was still curious about their fates...

    https://oneblogtwobroads.blog/2018/04... Actor Charlie Outlaw gives an interview that he wishes he could take back. He says some things that aren?t really what someone you were in love with would want to hear and his girlfriend Josie Lamar is understandably upset. Charlie decides ...

    I was provided a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest and fair review. Ever wondered what it was like to be an actor? It's not something I ever really thought much about, but still while reading this book I found myself interested in a lot of the thought process that goe...

    I LOVED this novel! It's about an actor named Charlie and an actress named Josie who have just broken up - his career is on an upward trajectory while hers is on a downward trajectory. In the wake of their breakup, Charlie travels to a remote island to escape from the media, which turn...

    (Thanks to Amazon Vine for providing me with an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review) What an unexpectedly delightful book! I picked this one up having no idea what it was about (and to be honest, basically thought the cover was totally cute) and it ended up b...

    This zingy love story manages to make kidnapping and heartbreak seem fun. Charlie Outlaw is a famous actor who retreats to an unnamed island for some peace and solitude after his breakup with his girlfriend, actress Josie Lamar. His tranquil vacation is interrupted by unforeseen danger...

    4.25 stars rounded down to 4. I really enjoyed this book-the premise was unusual, the characters endearing and the story was terrific. What You Don't Know About Charlie Outlaw is the story of Hollywood TV star Charlie Outlaw, who has taken a break from his life in Hollywood by es...

    Similar to the two main characters in this book, I felt like the book wasn't sure what it wanted to be. After Charlie has a moment of honesty in an interview, his girlfriend dumps him and he runs away to a secluded island only to find himself in a difficult situation. Meanwhile, his ex...

    What You Don't Know About Charlie Outlaw by Leah Stewart is a quick easy read involving two actors. Charlie and Josie have just broken up due to is reference to her in an interview as the love of his life "so far" and another perceived betrayal. Having lost Josie and then the viral rea...

    Charlie's answer to how to deal with the mistakes he has made is to run away to a remote island. His attempt at solitude is interrupted by an ambush that puts him in real-life danger. Josie, his girlfriend, has never achieved the stardom she had as the star of a cult TV show twenty yea...

  • MsAprilVincent
    Apr 05, 2018

    I love everything that Leah Stewart writes and this was no exception. I loved the inside into the actor's world--so fun! A great read. ...

    The idea of two actors who specialize in playing self sufficient characters caught in a real life crisis sounded like it could be interesting. It wasn't. The story is told in present tense and the thoughts that run through the actor's minds are both boring and repetitive. They need bet...

    Our culture is ever so celebrity obsessed. There are those who, deservingly and often not at all so, have become permanent fixtures in our consciousness and these individuals and the disproportionate, merit free amounts of fame bestowed upon them tell a lot about us as a society. I?m...

    The only thing I didn't like about this book was how late it kept me up each night reading! Seriously. I've long been a fan of Stewart's work, all the way back to THE MYTH OF YOU AND ME, and this is my favorite of hers hands-down. She tackles the inner-life of two actors with depth, co...

    Just didn?t do it for me. Never connected with any of the characters. ...

    Being a famous actor can't be easy, especially when your also famous girlfriend call it quits. Charlie Outlaw seeks refuge on a remote island off the grid, but getting away soon turns into an adventure even his acting skills can't get him out of. This thoroughly enjoyable suspens...

    3 stars, leaning towards 4 My main gripe is with the writing style, which is omniscient present tense, like the narration on Jane the Virgin, giving peeks into the future while focusing on the immediate present. It?s weird, and sometimes off-putting, and maybe a little tell-not-sh...

  • Cheryl
    Apr 19, 2018

    I love everything that Leah Stewart writes and this was no exception. I loved the inside into the actor's world--so fun! A great read. ...

    The idea of two actors who specialize in playing self sufficient characters caught in a real life crisis sounded like it could be interesting. It wasn't. The story is told in present tense and the thoughts that run through the actor's minds are both boring and repetitive. They need bet...

    Our culture is ever so celebrity obsessed. There are those who, deservingly and often not at all so, have become permanent fixtures in our consciousness and these individuals and the disproportionate, merit free amounts of fame bestowed upon them tell a lot about us as a society. I?m...

    The only thing I didn't like about this book was how late it kept me up each night reading! Seriously. I've long been a fan of Stewart's work, all the way back to THE MYTH OF YOU AND ME, and this is my favorite of hers hands-down. She tackles the inner-life of two actors with depth, co...

    Just didn?t do it for me. Never connected with any of the characters. ...

    Being a famous actor can't be easy, especially when your also famous girlfriend call it quits. Charlie Outlaw seeks refuge on a remote island off the grid, but getting away soon turns into an adventure even his acting skills can't get him out of. This thoroughly enjoyable suspens...

    3 stars, leaning towards 4 My main gripe is with the writing style, which is omniscient present tense, like the narration on Jane the Virgin, giving peeks into the future while focusing on the immediate present. It?s weird, and sometimes off-putting, and maybe a little tell-not-sh...

    I wanted to enjoy this book. In fact, there was a glimmer of hope in what I did read of this book. I got a third of the way in and put it down; intending to pick the book up again. Yet, when I got the time to do so, I felt no rush or need to want to pick it back up. What I craved t...

  • Mary
    Apr 03, 2018

    I love everything that Leah Stewart writes and this was no exception. I loved the inside into the actor's world--so fun! A great read. ...

    The idea of two actors who specialize in playing self sufficient characters caught in a real life crisis sounded like it could be interesting. It wasn't. The story is told in present tense and the thoughts that run through the actor's minds are both boring and repetitive. They need bet...

    Our culture is ever so celebrity obsessed. There are those who, deservingly and often not at all so, have become permanent fixtures in our consciousness and these individuals and the disproportionate, merit free amounts of fame bestowed upon them tell a lot about us as a society. I?m...

    The only thing I didn't like about this book was how late it kept me up each night reading! Seriously. I've long been a fan of Stewart's work, all the way back to THE MYTH OF YOU AND ME, and this is my favorite of hers hands-down. She tackles the inner-life of two actors with depth, co...

    Just didn?t do it for me. Never connected with any of the characters. ...

    Being a famous actor can't be easy, especially when your also famous girlfriend call it quits. Charlie Outlaw seeks refuge on a remote island off the grid, but getting away soon turns into an adventure even his acting skills can't get him out of. This thoroughly enjoyable suspens...

    3 stars, leaning towards 4 My main gripe is with the writing style, which is omniscient present tense, like the narration on Jane the Virgin, giving peeks into the future while focusing on the immediate present. It?s weird, and sometimes off-putting, and maybe a little tell-not-sh...

    I wanted to enjoy this book. In fact, there was a glimmer of hope in what I did read of this book. I got a third of the way in and put it down; intending to pick the book up again. Yet, when I got the time to do so, I felt no rush or need to want to pick it back up. What I craved t...

    This wasn't really for me. I abandoned it one-third of the way in. The writing was strong, but the subject matter and characters weren't really up my alley. I guess I don't really care that much about the craft of acting and the secret lives of actors, both currently popular and has-be...

    I enjoyed this book so much! I especially loved the moments that explored what it means to be an artist in the world, how giving one's self over to pursuing art requires a particular and constant vulnerability. Twice I got mad at myself for leaving the book at home rather than taking i...

    A disastrous magazine interview causes rising star and Hollywood hunk Charlie Outlaw to lose the love of his life and social media to turn on him. Ouch! So, Charlie decides to get away from it all by running away to a remote tropical island. It turns out it isn?t quite the escape he ...

    Some aspects of this book were interesting, but overall it seemed rather a mishmash of styles. Was it a mystery? Romantic comedy? What? I didn't especially care for the characters so didn't really care '"what I didn't know about Charlie"'. It was just ok for me ...

    I enjoyed this book, it was a great one day read. Charlie Outlaw is a famous actor whose girlfriend Josie broke up with him after he publicly said some very stupid and embarrassing things. He decides the best thing for him to do is retreat to Costa Rica without telling anyone where he'...

    This is a fun read about celebrity (both sides of it), romance and adventure. And there?s a little bit of bad guys. It?s a fun read about celebrity peppered with advice from Stanislavski, et al. about the art of acting. There?s a terrific chapter that gives the reader an insight ...

    The best part of this book was the cover design. ...

    Really fun, cute book. Funny as well. I LOVED the writing and narration. It was perfect and unique. Almost like watching a movie or reading a screenplay. But it did go on a bit too long for me - hence 4 stars instead of 5. But overall I really enjoyed it. ...

    This is a tedious and uneven info-dump. Josie is a fading former TV star whose heyday was 20 years ago. Her younger boyfriend, Charlie, is a rising star. But Charlie says disparaging things about his star-making TV show (and his girlfriend) in an interview and his fans turn on him a...

    I loved this book. Super engaging, fast paced, page turner. The characters and situations felt really real, and the references were perfect. Josie, the main character, is an actress whose breakout role was in a cult TV show that is very reminiscent of Buffy. Now she?s 41, and stru...

    What You Don't Know About Charlie Outlaw brings us a story of two actors, Charlie and Josie at a point of their breakup, a possible harsh downfall of Charlie's career and Josie's struggle to revive her previously booming career. Charlie in an attempt to please everyone ended up hurting...

    Really strange book, and I think I mean that in a good way? The narrative voice is not a style I usually care for, distant and omniscient, in everyone's heads which also can mean it's in no one's head. I never felt super close to any character but was still curious about their fates...

    https://oneblogtwobroads.blog/2018/04... Actor Charlie Outlaw gives an interview that he wishes he could take back. He says some things that aren?t really what someone you were in love with would want to hear and his girlfriend Josie Lamar is understandably upset. Charlie decides ...

  • Jamie Rosenblit
    Apr 09, 2018

    I love everything that Leah Stewart writes and this was no exception. I loved the inside into the actor's world--so fun! A great read. ...

    The idea of two actors who specialize in playing self sufficient characters caught in a real life crisis sounded like it could be interesting. It wasn't. The story is told in present tense and the thoughts that run through the actor's minds are both boring and repetitive. They need bet...

    Our culture is ever so celebrity obsessed. There are those who, deservingly and often not at all so, have become permanent fixtures in our consciousness and these individuals and the disproportionate, merit free amounts of fame bestowed upon them tell a lot about us as a society. I?m...

    The only thing I didn't like about this book was how late it kept me up each night reading! Seriously. I've long been a fan of Stewart's work, all the way back to THE MYTH OF YOU AND ME, and this is my favorite of hers hands-down. She tackles the inner-life of two actors with depth, co...

    Just didn?t do it for me. Never connected with any of the characters. ...

  • Jillian Doherty
    Jun 05, 2017

    I love everything that Leah Stewart writes and this was no exception. I loved the inside into the actor's world--so fun! A great read. ...

    The idea of two actors who specialize in playing self sufficient characters caught in a real life crisis sounded like it could be interesting. It wasn't. The story is told in present tense and the thoughts that run through the actor's minds are both boring and repetitive. They need bet...

    Our culture is ever so celebrity obsessed. There are those who, deservingly and often not at all so, have become permanent fixtures in our consciousness and these individuals and the disproportionate, merit free amounts of fame bestowed upon them tell a lot about us as a society. I?m...

    The only thing I didn't like about this book was how late it kept me up each night reading! Seriously. I've long been a fan of Stewart's work, all the way back to THE MYTH OF YOU AND ME, and this is my favorite of hers hands-down. She tackles the inner-life of two actors with depth, co...

    Just didn?t do it for me. Never connected with any of the characters. ...

    Being a famous actor can't be easy, especially when your also famous girlfriend call it quits. Charlie Outlaw seeks refuge on a remote island off the grid, but getting away soon turns into an adventure even his acting skills can't get him out of. This thoroughly enjoyable suspens...

  • Catherine McKenzie
    Apr 17, 2018

    I love everything that Leah Stewart writes and this was no exception. I loved the inside into the actor's world--so fun! A great read. ...

  • Kristen Beverly
    Oct 26, 2017

    I love everything that Leah Stewart writes and this was no exception. I loved the inside into the actor's world--so fun! A great read. ...

    The idea of two actors who specialize in playing self sufficient characters caught in a real life crisis sounded like it could be interesting. It wasn't. The story is told in present tense and the thoughts that run through the actor's minds are both boring and repetitive. They need bet...

    Our culture is ever so celebrity obsessed. There are those who, deservingly and often not at all so, have become permanent fixtures in our consciousness and these individuals and the disproportionate, merit free amounts of fame bestowed upon them tell a lot about us as a society. I?m...

    The only thing I didn't like about this book was how late it kept me up each night reading! Seriously. I've long been a fan of Stewart's work, all the way back to THE MYTH OF YOU AND ME, and this is my favorite of hers hands-down. She tackles the inner-life of two actors with depth, co...

    Just didn?t do it for me. Never connected with any of the characters. ...

    Being a famous actor can't be easy, especially when your also famous girlfriend call it quits. Charlie Outlaw seeks refuge on a remote island off the grid, but getting away soon turns into an adventure even his acting skills can't get him out of. This thoroughly enjoyable suspens...

    3 stars, leaning towards 4 My main gripe is with the writing style, which is omniscient present tense, like the narration on Jane the Virgin, giving peeks into the future while focusing on the immediate present. It?s weird, and sometimes off-putting, and maybe a little tell-not-sh...

    I wanted to enjoy this book. In fact, there was a glimmer of hope in what I did read of this book. I got a third of the way in and put it down; intending to pick the book up again. Yet, when I got the time to do so, I felt no rush or need to want to pick it back up. What I craved t...

    This wasn't really for me. I abandoned it one-third of the way in. The writing was strong, but the subject matter and characters weren't really up my alley. I guess I don't really care that much about the craft of acting and the secret lives of actors, both currently popular and has-be...

    I enjoyed this book so much! I especially loved the moments that explored what it means to be an artist in the world, how giving one's self over to pursuing art requires a particular and constant vulnerability. Twice I got mad at myself for leaving the book at home rather than taking i...

    A disastrous magazine interview causes rising star and Hollywood hunk Charlie Outlaw to lose the love of his life and social media to turn on him. Ouch! So, Charlie decides to get away from it all by running away to a remote tropical island. It turns out it isn?t quite the escape he ...

    Some aspects of this book were interesting, but overall it seemed rather a mishmash of styles. Was it a mystery? Romantic comedy? What? I didn't especially care for the characters so didn't really care '"what I didn't know about Charlie"'. It was just ok for me ...

    I enjoyed this book, it was a great one day read. Charlie Outlaw is a famous actor whose girlfriend Josie broke up with him after he publicly said some very stupid and embarrassing things. He decides the best thing for him to do is retreat to Costa Rica without telling anyone where he'...

    This is a fun read about celebrity (both sides of it), romance and adventure. And there?s a little bit of bad guys. It?s a fun read about celebrity peppered with advice from Stanislavski, et al. about the art of acting. There?s a terrific chapter that gives the reader an insight ...

    The best part of this book was the cover design. ...

    Really fun, cute book. Funny as well. I LOVED the writing and narration. It was perfect and unique. Almost like watching a movie or reading a screenplay. But it did go on a bit too long for me - hence 4 stars instead of 5. But overall I really enjoyed it. ...

  • Bandit
    Dec 08, 2017

    I love everything that Leah Stewart writes and this was no exception. I loved the inside into the actor's world--so fun! A great read. ...

    The idea of two actors who specialize in playing self sufficient characters caught in a real life crisis sounded like it could be interesting. It wasn't. The story is told in present tense and the thoughts that run through the actor's minds are both boring and repetitive. They need bet...

    Our culture is ever so celebrity obsessed. There are those who, deservingly and often not at all so, have become permanent fixtures in our consciousness and these individuals and the disproportionate, merit free amounts of fame bestowed upon them tell a lot about us as a society. I?m...

  • Susan
    Mar 26, 2018

    I love everything that Leah Stewart writes and this was no exception. I loved the inside into the actor's world--so fun! A great read. ...

    The idea of two actors who specialize in playing self sufficient characters caught in a real life crisis sounded like it could be interesting. It wasn't. The story is told in present tense and the thoughts that run through the actor's minds are both boring and repetitive. They need bet...

    Our culture is ever so celebrity obsessed. There are those who, deservingly and often not at all so, have become permanent fixtures in our consciousness and these individuals and the disproportionate, merit free amounts of fame bestowed upon them tell a lot about us as a society. I?m...

    The only thing I didn't like about this book was how late it kept me up each night reading! Seriously. I've long been a fan of Stewart's work, all the way back to THE MYTH OF YOU AND ME, and this is my favorite of hers hands-down. She tackles the inner-life of two actors with depth, co...

    Just didn?t do it for me. Never connected with any of the characters. ...

    Being a famous actor can't be easy, especially when your also famous girlfriend call it quits. Charlie Outlaw seeks refuge on a remote island off the grid, but getting away soon turns into an adventure even his acting skills can't get him out of. This thoroughly enjoyable suspens...

    3 stars, leaning towards 4 My main gripe is with the writing style, which is omniscient present tense, like the narration on Jane the Virgin, giving peeks into the future while focusing on the immediate present. It?s weird, and sometimes off-putting, and maybe a little tell-not-sh...

    I wanted to enjoy this book. In fact, there was a glimmer of hope in what I did read of this book. I got a third of the way in and put it down; intending to pick the book up again. Yet, when I got the time to do so, I felt no rush or need to want to pick it back up. What I craved t...

    This wasn't really for me. I abandoned it one-third of the way in. The writing was strong, but the subject matter and characters weren't really up my alley. I guess I don't really care that much about the craft of acting and the secret lives of actors, both currently popular and has-be...

    I enjoyed this book so much! I especially loved the moments that explored what it means to be an artist in the world, how giving one's self over to pursuing art requires a particular and constant vulnerability. Twice I got mad at myself for leaving the book at home rather than taking i...

    A disastrous magazine interview causes rising star and Hollywood hunk Charlie Outlaw to lose the love of his life and social media to turn on him. Ouch! So, Charlie decides to get away from it all by running away to a remote tropical island. It turns out it isn?t quite the escape he ...

    Some aspects of this book were interesting, but overall it seemed rather a mishmash of styles. Was it a mystery? Romantic comedy? What? I didn't especially care for the characters so didn't really care '"what I didn't know about Charlie"'. It was just ok for me ...

    I enjoyed this book, it was a great one day read. Charlie Outlaw is a famous actor whose girlfriend Josie broke up with him after he publicly said some very stupid and embarrassing things. He decides the best thing for him to do is retreat to Costa Rica without telling anyone where he'...

    This is a fun read about celebrity (both sides of it), romance and adventure. And there?s a little bit of bad guys. It?s a fun read about celebrity peppered with advice from Stanislavski, et al. about the art of acting. There?s a terrific chapter that gives the reader an insight ...

    The best part of this book was the cover design. ...

    Really fun, cute book. Funny as well. I LOVED the writing and narration. It was perfect and unique. Almost like watching a movie or reading a screenplay. But it did go on a bit too long for me - hence 4 stars instead of 5. But overall I really enjoyed it. ...

    This is a tedious and uneven info-dump. Josie is a fading former TV star whose heyday was 20 years ago. Her younger boyfriend, Charlie, is a rising star. But Charlie says disparaging things about his star-making TV show (and his girlfriend) in an interview and his fans turn on him a...

    I loved this book. Super engaging, fast paced, page turner. The characters and situations felt really real, and the references were perfect. Josie, the main character, is an actress whose breakout role was in a cult TV show that is very reminiscent of Buffy. Now she?s 41, and stru...

    What You Don't Know About Charlie Outlaw brings us a story of two actors, Charlie and Josie at a point of their breakup, a possible harsh downfall of Charlie's career and Josie's struggle to revive her previously booming career. Charlie in an attempt to please everyone ended up hurting...

    Really strange book, and I think I mean that in a good way? The narrative voice is not a style I usually care for, distant and omniscient, in everyone's heads which also can mean it's in no one's head. I never felt super close to any character but was still curious about their fates...

    https://oneblogtwobroads.blog/2018/04... Actor Charlie Outlaw gives an interview that he wishes he could take back. He says some things that aren?t really what someone you were in love with would want to hear and his girlfriend Josie Lamar is understandably upset. Charlie decides ...

    I was provided a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest and fair review. Ever wondered what it was like to be an actor? It's not something I ever really thought much about, but still while reading this book I found myself interested in a lot of the thought process that goe...

    I LOVED this novel! It's about an actor named Charlie and an actress named Josie who have just broken up - his career is on an upward trajectory while hers is on a downward trajectory. In the wake of their breakup, Charlie travels to a remote island to escape from the media, which turn...

    (Thanks to Amazon Vine for providing me with an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review) What an unexpectedly delightful book! I picked this one up having no idea what it was about (and to be honest, basically thought the cover was totally cute) and it ended up b...

    This zingy love story manages to make kidnapping and heartbreak seem fun. Charlie Outlaw is a famous actor who retreats to an unnamed island for some peace and solitude after his breakup with his girlfriend, actress Josie Lamar. His tranquil vacation is interrupted by unforeseen danger...

    4.25 stars rounded down to 4. I really enjoyed this book-the premise was unusual, the characters endearing and the story was terrific. What You Don't Know About Charlie Outlaw is the story of Hollywood TV star Charlie Outlaw, who has taken a break from his life in Hollywood by es...

    Similar to the two main characters in this book, I felt like the book wasn't sure what it wanted to be. After Charlie has a moment of honesty in an interview, his girlfriend dumps him and he runs away to a secluded island only to find himself in a difficult situation. Meanwhile, his ex...

  • Kim McGee
    Jan 13, 2018

    I love everything that Leah Stewart writes and this was no exception. I loved the inside into the actor's world--so fun! A great read. ...

    The idea of two actors who specialize in playing self sufficient characters caught in a real life crisis sounded like it could be interesting. It wasn't. The story is told in present tense and the thoughts that run through the actor's minds are both boring and repetitive. They need bet...

    Our culture is ever so celebrity obsessed. There are those who, deservingly and often not at all so, have become permanent fixtures in our consciousness and these individuals and the disproportionate, merit free amounts of fame bestowed upon them tell a lot about us as a society. I?m...

    The only thing I didn't like about this book was how late it kept me up each night reading! Seriously. I've long been a fan of Stewart's work, all the way back to THE MYTH OF YOU AND ME, and this is my favorite of hers hands-down. She tackles the inner-life of two actors with depth, co...

    Just didn?t do it for me. Never connected with any of the characters. ...

    Being a famous actor can't be easy, especially when your also famous girlfriend call it quits. Charlie Outlaw seeks refuge on a remote island off the grid, but getting away soon turns into an adventure even his acting skills can't get him out of. This thoroughly enjoyable suspens...

    3 stars, leaning towards 4 My main gripe is with the writing style, which is omniscient present tense, like the narration on Jane the Virgin, giving peeks into the future while focusing on the immediate present. It?s weird, and sometimes off-putting, and maybe a little tell-not-sh...

    I wanted to enjoy this book. In fact, there was a glimmer of hope in what I did read of this book. I got a third of the way in and put it down; intending to pick the book up again. Yet, when I got the time to do so, I felt no rush or need to want to pick it back up. What I craved t...

    This wasn't really for me. I abandoned it one-third of the way in. The writing was strong, but the subject matter and characters weren't really up my alley. I guess I don't really care that much about the craft of acting and the secret lives of actors, both currently popular and has-be...

    I enjoyed this book so much! I especially loved the moments that explored what it means to be an artist in the world, how giving one's self over to pursuing art requires a particular and constant vulnerability. Twice I got mad at myself for leaving the book at home rather than taking i...

    A disastrous magazine interview causes rising star and Hollywood hunk Charlie Outlaw to lose the love of his life and social media to turn on him. Ouch! So, Charlie decides to get away from it all by running away to a remote tropical island. It turns out it isn?t quite the escape he ...

    Some aspects of this book were interesting, but overall it seemed rather a mishmash of styles. Was it a mystery? Romantic comedy? What? I didn't especially care for the characters so didn't really care '"what I didn't know about Charlie"'. It was just ok for me ...

    I enjoyed this book, it was a great one day read. Charlie Outlaw is a famous actor whose girlfriend Josie broke up with him after he publicly said some very stupid and embarrassing things. He decides the best thing for him to do is retreat to Costa Rica without telling anyone where he'...

    This is a fun read about celebrity (both sides of it), romance and adventure. And there?s a little bit of bad guys. It?s a fun read about celebrity peppered with advice from Stanislavski, et al. about the art of acting. There?s a terrific chapter that gives the reader an insight ...

    The best part of this book was the cover design. ...

    Really fun, cute book. Funny as well. I LOVED the writing and narration. It was perfect and unique. Almost like watching a movie or reading a screenplay. But it did go on a bit too long for me - hence 4 stars instead of 5. But overall I really enjoyed it. ...

    This is a tedious and uneven info-dump. Josie is a fading former TV star whose heyday was 20 years ago. Her younger boyfriend, Charlie, is a rising star. But Charlie says disparaging things about his star-making TV show (and his girlfriend) in an interview and his fans turn on him a...

    I loved this book. Super engaging, fast paced, page turner. The characters and situations felt really real, and the references were perfect. Josie, the main character, is an actress whose breakout role was in a cult TV show that is very reminiscent of Buffy. Now she?s 41, and stru...

    What You Don't Know About Charlie Outlaw brings us a story of two actors, Charlie and Josie at a point of their breakup, a possible harsh downfall of Charlie's career and Josie's struggle to revive her previously booming career. Charlie in an attempt to please everyone ended up hurting...

    Really strange book, and I think I mean that in a good way? The narrative voice is not a style I usually care for, distant and omniscient, in everyone's heads which also can mean it's in no one's head. I never felt super close to any character but was still curious about their fates...

    https://oneblogtwobroads.blog/2018/04... Actor Charlie Outlaw gives an interview that he wishes he could take back. He says some things that aren?t really what someone you were in love with would want to hear and his girlfriend Josie Lamar is understandably upset. Charlie decides ...

    I was provided a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest and fair review. Ever wondered what it was like to be an actor? It's not something I ever really thought much about, but still while reading this book I found myself interested in a lot of the thought process that goe...

    I LOVED this novel! It's about an actor named Charlie and an actress named Josie who have just broken up - his career is on an upward trajectory while hers is on a downward trajectory. In the wake of their breakup, Charlie travels to a remote island to escape from the media, which turn...

    (Thanks to Amazon Vine for providing me with an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review) What an unexpectedly delightful book! I picked this one up having no idea what it was about (and to be honest, basically thought the cover was totally cute) and it ended up b...

    This zingy love story manages to make kidnapping and heartbreak seem fun. Charlie Outlaw is a famous actor who retreats to an unnamed island for some peace and solitude after his breakup with his girlfriend, actress Josie Lamar. His tranquil vacation is interrupted by unforeseen danger...

    4.25 stars rounded down to 4. I really enjoyed this book-the premise was unusual, the characters endearing and the story was terrific. What You Don't Know About Charlie Outlaw is the story of Hollywood TV star Charlie Outlaw, who has taken a break from his life in Hollywood by es...

    Similar to the two main characters in this book, I felt like the book wasn't sure what it wanted to be. After Charlie has a moment of honesty in an interview, his girlfriend dumps him and he runs away to a secluded island only to find himself in a difficult situation. Meanwhile, his ex...

    What You Don't Know About Charlie Outlaw by Leah Stewart is a quick easy read involving two actors. Charlie and Josie have just broken up due to is reference to her in an interview as the love of his life "so far" and another perceived betrayal. Having lost Josie and then the viral rea...

    Charlie's answer to how to deal with the mistakes he has made is to run away to a remote island. His attempt at solitude is interrupted by an ambush that puts him in real-life danger. Josie, his girlfriend, has never achieved the stardom she had as the star of a cult TV show twenty yea...

    Charlie and his girlfriend are actors and have just broken up over something stupid. To avoid the press and to get his head together, Charlie runs away to a tropical isle only to get kidnapped. As his situation goes from bad to worse he tries to understand how he got himself into this ...

  • Susan Johnson
    Dec 23, 2017

    I love everything that Leah Stewart writes and this was no exception. I loved the inside into the actor's world--so fun! A great read. ...

    The idea of two actors who specialize in playing self sufficient characters caught in a real life crisis sounded like it could be interesting. It wasn't. The story is told in present tense and the thoughts that run through the actor's minds are both boring and repetitive. They need bet...

  • Bryant
    Apr 25, 2018

    I love everything that Leah Stewart writes and this was no exception. I loved the inside into the actor's world--so fun! A great read. ...

    The idea of two actors who specialize in playing self sufficient characters caught in a real life crisis sounded like it could be interesting. It wasn't. The story is told in present tense and the thoughts that run through the actor's minds are both boring and repetitive. They need bet...

    Our culture is ever so celebrity obsessed. There are those who, deservingly and often not at all so, have become permanent fixtures in our consciousness and these individuals and the disproportionate, merit free amounts of fame bestowed upon them tell a lot about us as a society. I?m...

    The only thing I didn't like about this book was how late it kept me up each night reading! Seriously. I've long been a fan of Stewart's work, all the way back to THE MYTH OF YOU AND ME, and this is my favorite of hers hands-down. She tackles the inner-life of two actors with depth, co...

    Just didn?t do it for me. Never connected with any of the characters. ...

    Being a famous actor can't be easy, especially when your also famous girlfriend call it quits. Charlie Outlaw seeks refuge on a remote island off the grid, but getting away soon turns into an adventure even his acting skills can't get him out of. This thoroughly enjoyable suspens...

    3 stars, leaning towards 4 My main gripe is with the writing style, which is omniscient present tense, like the narration on Jane the Virgin, giving peeks into the future while focusing on the immediate present. It?s weird, and sometimes off-putting, and maybe a little tell-not-sh...

    I wanted to enjoy this book. In fact, there was a glimmer of hope in what I did read of this book. I got a third of the way in and put it down; intending to pick the book up again. Yet, when I got the time to do so, I felt no rush or need to want to pick it back up. What I craved t...

    This wasn't really for me. I abandoned it one-third of the way in. The writing was strong, but the subject matter and characters weren't really up my alley. I guess I don't really care that much about the craft of acting and the secret lives of actors, both currently popular and has-be...

    I enjoyed this book so much! I especially loved the moments that explored what it means to be an artist in the world, how giving one's self over to pursuing art requires a particular and constant vulnerability. Twice I got mad at myself for leaving the book at home rather than taking i...

  • Ashley Schwartau
    Apr 25, 2018

    I love everything that Leah Stewart writes and this was no exception. I loved the inside into the actor's world--so fun! A great read. ...

    The idea of two actors who specialize in playing self sufficient characters caught in a real life crisis sounded like it could be interesting. It wasn't. The story is told in present tense and the thoughts that run through the actor's minds are both boring and repetitive. They need bet...

    Our culture is ever so celebrity obsessed. There are those who, deservingly and often not at all so, have become permanent fixtures in our consciousness and these individuals and the disproportionate, merit free amounts of fame bestowed upon them tell a lot about us as a society. I?m...

    The only thing I didn't like about this book was how late it kept me up each night reading! Seriously. I've long been a fan of Stewart's work, all the way back to THE MYTH OF YOU AND ME, and this is my favorite of hers hands-down. She tackles the inner-life of two actors with depth, co...

    Just didn?t do it for me. Never connected with any of the characters. ...

    Being a famous actor can't be easy, especially when your also famous girlfriend call it quits. Charlie Outlaw seeks refuge on a remote island off the grid, but getting away soon turns into an adventure even his acting skills can't get him out of. This thoroughly enjoyable suspens...

    3 stars, leaning towards 4 My main gripe is with the writing style, which is omniscient present tense, like the narration on Jane the Virgin, giving peeks into the future while focusing on the immediate present. It?s weird, and sometimes off-putting, and maybe a little tell-not-sh...

    I wanted to enjoy this book. In fact, there was a glimmer of hope in what I did read of this book. I got a third of the way in and put it down; intending to pick the book up again. Yet, when I got the time to do so, I felt no rush or need to want to pick it back up. What I craved t...

    This wasn't really for me. I abandoned it one-third of the way in. The writing was strong, but the subject matter and characters weren't really up my alley. I guess I don't really care that much about the craft of acting and the secret lives of actors, both currently popular and has-be...

    I enjoyed this book so much! I especially loved the moments that explored what it means to be an artist in the world, how giving one's self over to pursuing art requires a particular and constant vulnerability. Twice I got mad at myself for leaving the book at home rather than taking i...

    A disastrous magazine interview causes rising star and Hollywood hunk Charlie Outlaw to lose the love of his life and social media to turn on him. Ouch! So, Charlie decides to get away from it all by running away to a remote tropical island. It turns out it isn?t quite the escape he ...

    Some aspects of this book were interesting, but overall it seemed rather a mishmash of styles. Was it a mystery? Romantic comedy? What? I didn't especially care for the characters so didn't really care '"what I didn't know about Charlie"'. It was just ok for me ...

    I enjoyed this book, it was a great one day read. Charlie Outlaw is a famous actor whose girlfriend Josie broke up with him after he publicly said some very stupid and embarrassing things. He decides the best thing for him to do is retreat to Costa Rica without telling anyone where he'...

    This is a fun read about celebrity (both sides of it), romance and adventure. And there?s a little bit of bad guys. It?s a fun read about celebrity peppered with advice from Stanislavski, et al. about the art of acting. There?s a terrific chapter that gives the reader an insight ...

    The best part of this book was the cover design. ...

    Really fun, cute book. Funny as well. I LOVED the writing and narration. It was perfect and unique. Almost like watching a movie or reading a screenplay. But it did go on a bit too long for me - hence 4 stars instead of 5. But overall I really enjoyed it. ...

    This is a tedious and uneven info-dump. Josie is a fading former TV star whose heyday was 20 years ago. Her younger boyfriend, Charlie, is a rising star. But Charlie says disparaging things about his star-making TV show (and his girlfriend) in an interview and his fans turn on him a...

    I loved this book. Super engaging, fast paced, page turner. The characters and situations felt really real, and the references were perfect. Josie, the main character, is an actress whose breakout role was in a cult TV show that is very reminiscent of Buffy. Now she?s 41, and stru...

    What You Don't Know About Charlie Outlaw brings us a story of two actors, Charlie and Josie at a point of their breakup, a possible harsh downfall of Charlie's career and Josie's struggle to revive her previously booming career. Charlie in an attempt to please everyone ended up hurting...

    Really strange book, and I think I mean that in a good way? The narrative voice is not a style I usually care for, distant and omniscient, in everyone's heads which also can mean it's in no one's head. I never felt super close to any character but was still curious about their fates...

  • Rebecca Lyman
    Apr 09, 2018

    I love everything that Leah Stewart writes and this was no exception. I loved the inside into the actor's world--so fun! A great read. ...

    The idea of two actors who specialize in playing self sufficient characters caught in a real life crisis sounded like it could be interesting. It wasn't. The story is told in present tense and the thoughts that run through the actor's minds are both boring and repetitive. They need bet...

    Our culture is ever so celebrity obsessed. There are those who, deservingly and often not at all so, have become permanent fixtures in our consciousness and these individuals and the disproportionate, merit free amounts of fame bestowed upon them tell a lot about us as a society. I?m...

    The only thing I didn't like about this book was how late it kept me up each night reading! Seriously. I've long been a fan of Stewart's work, all the way back to THE MYTH OF YOU AND ME, and this is my favorite of hers hands-down. She tackles the inner-life of two actors with depth, co...

    Just didn?t do it for me. Never connected with any of the characters. ...

    Being a famous actor can't be easy, especially when your also famous girlfriend call it quits. Charlie Outlaw seeks refuge on a remote island off the grid, but getting away soon turns into an adventure even his acting skills can't get him out of. This thoroughly enjoyable suspens...

    3 stars, leaning towards 4 My main gripe is with the writing style, which is omniscient present tense, like the narration on Jane the Virgin, giving peeks into the future while focusing on the immediate present. It?s weird, and sometimes off-putting, and maybe a little tell-not-sh...

    I wanted to enjoy this book. In fact, there was a glimmer of hope in what I did read of this book. I got a third of the way in and put it down; intending to pick the book up again. Yet, when I got the time to do so, I felt no rush or need to want to pick it back up. What I craved t...

    This wasn't really for me. I abandoned it one-third of the way in. The writing was strong, but the subject matter and characters weren't really up my alley. I guess I don't really care that much about the craft of acting and the secret lives of actors, both currently popular and has-be...

    I enjoyed this book so much! I especially loved the moments that explored what it means to be an artist in the world, how giving one's self over to pursuing art requires a particular and constant vulnerability. Twice I got mad at myself for leaving the book at home rather than taking i...

    A disastrous magazine interview causes rising star and Hollywood hunk Charlie Outlaw to lose the love of his life and social media to turn on him. Ouch! So, Charlie decides to get away from it all by running away to a remote tropical island. It turns out it isn?t quite the escape he ...

    Some aspects of this book were interesting, but overall it seemed rather a mishmash of styles. Was it a mystery? Romantic comedy? What? I didn't especially care for the characters so didn't really care '"what I didn't know about Charlie"'. It was just ok for me ...

    I enjoyed this book, it was a great one day read. Charlie Outlaw is a famous actor whose girlfriend Josie broke up with him after he publicly said some very stupid and embarrassing things. He decides the best thing for him to do is retreat to Costa Rica without telling anyone where he'...

    This is a fun read about celebrity (both sides of it), romance and adventure. And there?s a little bit of bad guys. It?s a fun read about celebrity peppered with advice from Stanislavski, et al. about the art of acting. There?s a terrific chapter that gives the reader an insight ...

    The best part of this book was the cover design. ...

    Really fun, cute book. Funny as well. I LOVED the writing and narration. It was perfect and unique. Almost like watching a movie or reading a screenplay. But it did go on a bit too long for me - hence 4 stars instead of 5. But overall I really enjoyed it. ...

    This is a tedious and uneven info-dump. Josie is a fading former TV star whose heyday was 20 years ago. Her younger boyfriend, Charlie, is a rising star. But Charlie says disparaging things about his star-making TV show (and his girlfriend) in an interview and his fans turn on him a...

    I loved this book. Super engaging, fast paced, page turner. The characters and situations felt really real, and the references were perfect. Josie, the main character, is an actress whose breakout role was in a cult TV show that is very reminiscent of Buffy. Now she?s 41, and stru...

    What You Don't Know About Charlie Outlaw brings us a story of two actors, Charlie and Josie at a point of their breakup, a possible harsh downfall of Charlie's career and Josie's struggle to revive her previously booming career. Charlie in an attempt to please everyone ended up hurting...

    Really strange book, and I think I mean that in a good way? The narrative voice is not a style I usually care for, distant and omniscient, in everyone's heads which also can mean it's in no one's head. I never felt super close to any character but was still curious about their fates...

    https://oneblogtwobroads.blog/2018/04... Actor Charlie Outlaw gives an interview that he wishes he could take back. He says some things that aren?t really what someone you were in love with would want to hear and his girlfriend Josie Lamar is understandably upset. Charlie decides ...

    I was provided a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest and fair review. Ever wondered what it was like to be an actor? It's not something I ever really thought much about, but still while reading this book I found myself interested in a lot of the thought process that goe...

  • Amy
    Apr 25, 2018

    I love everything that Leah Stewart writes and this was no exception. I loved the inside into the actor's world--so fun! A great read. ...

    The idea of two actors who specialize in playing self sufficient characters caught in a real life crisis sounded like it could be interesting. It wasn't. The story is told in present tense and the thoughts that run through the actor's minds are both boring and repetitive. They need bet...

    Our culture is ever so celebrity obsessed. There are those who, deservingly and often not at all so, have become permanent fixtures in our consciousness and these individuals and the disproportionate, merit free amounts of fame bestowed upon them tell a lot about us as a society. I?m...

    The only thing I didn't like about this book was how late it kept me up each night reading! Seriously. I've long been a fan of Stewart's work, all the way back to THE MYTH OF YOU AND ME, and this is my favorite of hers hands-down. She tackles the inner-life of two actors with depth, co...

    Just didn?t do it for me. Never connected with any of the characters. ...

    Being a famous actor can't be easy, especially when your also famous girlfriend call it quits. Charlie Outlaw seeks refuge on a remote island off the grid, but getting away soon turns into an adventure even his acting skills can't get him out of. This thoroughly enjoyable suspens...

    3 stars, leaning towards 4 My main gripe is with the writing style, which is omniscient present tense, like the narration on Jane the Virgin, giving peeks into the future while focusing on the immediate present. It?s weird, and sometimes off-putting, and maybe a little tell-not-sh...

    I wanted to enjoy this book. In fact, there was a glimmer of hope in what I did read of this book. I got a third of the way in and put it down; intending to pick the book up again. Yet, when I got the time to do so, I felt no rush or need to want to pick it back up. What I craved t...

    This wasn't really for me. I abandoned it one-third of the way in. The writing was strong, but the subject matter and characters weren't really up my alley. I guess I don't really care that much about the craft of acting and the secret lives of actors, both currently popular and has-be...

    I enjoyed this book so much! I especially loved the moments that explored what it means to be an artist in the world, how giving one's self over to pursuing art requires a particular and constant vulnerability. Twice I got mad at myself for leaving the book at home rather than taking i...

    A disastrous magazine interview causes rising star and Hollywood hunk Charlie Outlaw to lose the love of his life and social media to turn on him. Ouch! So, Charlie decides to get away from it all by running away to a remote tropical island. It turns out it isn?t quite the escape he ...

    Some aspects of this book were interesting, but overall it seemed rather a mishmash of styles. Was it a mystery? Romantic comedy? What? I didn't especially care for the characters so didn't really care '"what I didn't know about Charlie"'. It was just ok for me ...

    I enjoyed this book, it was a great one day read. Charlie Outlaw is a famous actor whose girlfriend Josie broke up with him after he publicly said some very stupid and embarrassing things. He decides the best thing for him to do is retreat to Costa Rica without telling anyone where he'...

    This is a fun read about celebrity (both sides of it), romance and adventure. And there?s a little bit of bad guys. It?s a fun read about celebrity peppered with advice from Stanislavski, et al. about the art of acting. There?s a terrific chapter that gives the reader an insight ...

    The best part of this book was the cover design. ...

    Really fun, cute book. Funny as well. I LOVED the writing and narration. It was perfect and unique. Almost like watching a movie or reading a screenplay. But it did go on a bit too long for me - hence 4 stars instead of 5. But overall I really enjoyed it. ...

    This is a tedious and uneven info-dump. Josie is a fading former TV star whose heyday was 20 years ago. Her younger boyfriend, Charlie, is a rising star. But Charlie says disparaging things about his star-making TV show (and his girlfriend) in an interview and his fans turn on him a...

  • Carol Custer
    Apr 15, 2018

    I love everything that Leah Stewart writes and this was no exception. I loved the inside into the actor's world--so fun! A great read. ...

    The idea of two actors who specialize in playing self sufficient characters caught in a real life crisis sounded like it could be interesting. It wasn't. The story is told in present tense and the thoughts that run through the actor's minds are both boring and repetitive. They need bet...

    Our culture is ever so celebrity obsessed. There are those who, deservingly and often not at all so, have become permanent fixtures in our consciousness and these individuals and the disproportionate, merit free amounts of fame bestowed upon them tell a lot about us as a society. I?m...

    The only thing I didn't like about this book was how late it kept me up each night reading! Seriously. I've long been a fan of Stewart's work, all the way back to THE MYTH OF YOU AND ME, and this is my favorite of hers hands-down. She tackles the inner-life of two actors with depth, co...

    Just didn?t do it for me. Never connected with any of the characters. ...

    Being a famous actor can't be easy, especially when your also famous girlfriend call it quits. Charlie Outlaw seeks refuge on a remote island off the grid, but getting away soon turns into an adventure even his acting skills can't get him out of. This thoroughly enjoyable suspens...

    3 stars, leaning towards 4 My main gripe is with the writing style, which is omniscient present tense, like the narration on Jane the Virgin, giving peeks into the future while focusing on the immediate present. It?s weird, and sometimes off-putting, and maybe a little tell-not-sh...

    I wanted to enjoy this book. In fact, there was a glimmer of hope in what I did read of this book. I got a third of the way in and put it down; intending to pick the book up again. Yet, when I got the time to do so, I felt no rush or need to want to pick it back up. What I craved t...

    This wasn't really for me. I abandoned it one-third of the way in. The writing was strong, but the subject matter and characters weren't really up my alley. I guess I don't really care that much about the craft of acting and the secret lives of actors, both currently popular and has-be...

    I enjoyed this book so much! I especially loved the moments that explored what it means to be an artist in the world, how giving one's self over to pursuing art requires a particular and constant vulnerability. Twice I got mad at myself for leaving the book at home rather than taking i...

    A disastrous magazine interview causes rising star and Hollywood hunk Charlie Outlaw to lose the love of his life and social media to turn on him. Ouch! So, Charlie decides to get away from it all by running away to a remote tropical island. It turns out it isn?t quite the escape he ...

    Some aspects of this book were interesting, but overall it seemed rather a mishmash of styles. Was it a mystery? Romantic comedy? What? I didn't especially care for the characters so didn't really care '"what I didn't know about Charlie"'. It was just ok for me ...

  • Susie Williams
    May 20, 2018

    I love everything that Leah Stewart writes and this was no exception. I loved the inside into the actor's world--so fun! A great read. ...

    The idea of two actors who specialize in playing self sufficient characters caught in a real life crisis sounded like it could be interesting. It wasn't. The story is told in present tense and the thoughts that run through the actor's minds are both boring and repetitive. They need bet...

    Our culture is ever so celebrity obsessed. There are those who, deservingly and often not at all so, have become permanent fixtures in our consciousness and these individuals and the disproportionate, merit free amounts of fame bestowed upon them tell a lot about us as a society. I?m...

    The only thing I didn't like about this book was how late it kept me up each night reading! Seriously. I've long been a fan of Stewart's work, all the way back to THE MYTH OF YOU AND ME, and this is my favorite of hers hands-down. She tackles the inner-life of two actors with depth, co...

    Just didn?t do it for me. Never connected with any of the characters. ...

    Being a famous actor can't be easy, especially when your also famous girlfriend call it quits. Charlie Outlaw seeks refuge on a remote island off the grid, but getting away soon turns into an adventure even his acting skills can't get him out of. This thoroughly enjoyable suspens...

    3 stars, leaning towards 4 My main gripe is with the writing style, which is omniscient present tense, like the narration on Jane the Virgin, giving peeks into the future while focusing on the immediate present. It?s weird, and sometimes off-putting, and maybe a little tell-not-sh...

    I wanted to enjoy this book. In fact, there was a glimmer of hope in what I did read of this book. I got a third of the way in and put it down; intending to pick the book up again. Yet, when I got the time to do so, I felt no rush or need to want to pick it back up. What I craved t...

    This wasn't really for me. I abandoned it one-third of the way in. The writing was strong, but the subject matter and characters weren't really up my alley. I guess I don't really care that much about the craft of acting and the secret lives of actors, both currently popular and has-be...

    I enjoyed this book so much! I especially loved the moments that explored what it means to be an artist in the world, how giving one's self over to pursuing art requires a particular and constant vulnerability. Twice I got mad at myself for leaving the book at home rather than taking i...

    A disastrous magazine interview causes rising star and Hollywood hunk Charlie Outlaw to lose the love of his life and social media to turn on him. Ouch! So, Charlie decides to get away from it all by running away to a remote tropical island. It turns out it isn?t quite the escape he ...

    Some aspects of this book were interesting, but overall it seemed rather a mishmash of styles. Was it a mystery? Romantic comedy? What? I didn't especially care for the characters so didn't really care '"what I didn't know about Charlie"'. It was just ok for me ...

    I enjoyed this book, it was a great one day read. Charlie Outlaw is a famous actor whose girlfriend Josie broke up with him after he publicly said some very stupid and embarrassing things. He decides the best thing for him to do is retreat to Costa Rica without telling anyone where he'...

    This is a fun read about celebrity (both sides of it), romance and adventure. And there?s a little bit of bad guys. It?s a fun read about celebrity peppered with advice from Stanislavski, et al. about the art of acting. There?s a terrific chapter that gives the reader an insight ...

    The best part of this book was the cover design. ...

    Really fun, cute book. Funny as well. I LOVED the writing and narration. It was perfect and unique. Almost like watching a movie or reading a screenplay. But it did go on a bit too long for me - hence 4 stars instead of 5. But overall I really enjoyed it. ...

    This is a tedious and uneven info-dump. Josie is a fading former TV star whose heyday was 20 years ago. Her younger boyfriend, Charlie, is a rising star. But Charlie says disparaging things about his star-making TV show (and his girlfriend) in an interview and his fans turn on him a...

    I loved this book. Super engaging, fast paced, page turner. The characters and situations felt really real, and the references were perfect. Josie, the main character, is an actress whose breakout role was in a cult TV show that is very reminiscent of Buffy. Now she?s 41, and stru...

    What You Don't Know About Charlie Outlaw brings us a story of two actors, Charlie and Josie at a point of their breakup, a possible harsh downfall of Charlie's career and Josie's struggle to revive her previously booming career. Charlie in an attempt to please everyone ended up hurting...

    Really strange book, and I think I mean that in a good way? The narrative voice is not a style I usually care for, distant and omniscient, in everyone's heads which also can mean it's in no one's head. I never felt super close to any character but was still curious about their fates...

    https://oneblogtwobroads.blog/2018/04... Actor Charlie Outlaw gives an interview that he wishes he could take back. He says some things that aren?t really what someone you were in love with would want to hear and his girlfriend Josie Lamar is understandably upset. Charlie decides ...

    I was provided a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest and fair review. Ever wondered what it was like to be an actor? It's not something I ever really thought much about, but still while reading this book I found myself interested in a lot of the thought process that goe...

    I LOVED this novel! It's about an actor named Charlie and an actress named Josie who have just broken up - his career is on an upward trajectory while hers is on a downward trajectory. In the wake of their breakup, Charlie travels to a remote island to escape from the media, which turn...

    (Thanks to Amazon Vine for providing me with an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review) What an unexpectedly delightful book! I picked this one up having no idea what it was about (and to be honest, basically thought the cover was totally cute) and it ended up b...

  • Alana
    May 13, 2018

    I love everything that Leah Stewart writes and this was no exception. I loved the inside into the actor's world--so fun! A great read. ...

    The idea of two actors who specialize in playing self sufficient characters caught in a real life crisis sounded like it could be interesting. It wasn't. The story is told in present tense and the thoughts that run through the actor's minds are both boring and repetitive. They need bet...

    Our culture is ever so celebrity obsessed. There are those who, deservingly and often not at all so, have become permanent fixtures in our consciousness and these individuals and the disproportionate, merit free amounts of fame bestowed upon them tell a lot about us as a society. I?m...

    The only thing I didn't like about this book was how late it kept me up each night reading! Seriously. I've long been a fan of Stewart's work, all the way back to THE MYTH OF YOU AND ME, and this is my favorite of hers hands-down. She tackles the inner-life of two actors with depth, co...

    Just didn?t do it for me. Never connected with any of the characters. ...

    Being a famous actor can't be easy, especially when your also famous girlfriend call it quits. Charlie Outlaw seeks refuge on a remote island off the grid, but getting away soon turns into an adventure even his acting skills can't get him out of. This thoroughly enjoyable suspens...

    3 stars, leaning towards 4 My main gripe is with the writing style, which is omniscient present tense, like the narration on Jane the Virgin, giving peeks into the future while focusing on the immediate present. It?s weird, and sometimes off-putting, and maybe a little tell-not-sh...

    I wanted to enjoy this book. In fact, there was a glimmer of hope in what I did read of this book. I got a third of the way in and put it down; intending to pick the book up again. Yet, when I got the time to do so, I felt no rush or need to want to pick it back up. What I craved t...

    This wasn't really for me. I abandoned it one-third of the way in. The writing was strong, but the subject matter and characters weren't really up my alley. I guess I don't really care that much about the craft of acting and the secret lives of actors, both currently popular and has-be...

    I enjoyed this book so much! I especially loved the moments that explored what it means to be an artist in the world, how giving one's self over to pursuing art requires a particular and constant vulnerability. Twice I got mad at myself for leaving the book at home rather than taking i...

    A disastrous magazine interview causes rising star and Hollywood hunk Charlie Outlaw to lose the love of his life and social media to turn on him. Ouch! So, Charlie decides to get away from it all by running away to a remote tropical island. It turns out it isn?t quite the escape he ...

    Some aspects of this book were interesting, but overall it seemed rather a mishmash of styles. Was it a mystery? Romantic comedy? What? I didn't especially care for the characters so didn't really care '"what I didn't know about Charlie"'. It was just ok for me ...

    I enjoyed this book, it was a great one day read. Charlie Outlaw is a famous actor whose girlfriend Josie broke up with him after he publicly said some very stupid and embarrassing things. He decides the best thing for him to do is retreat to Costa Rica without telling anyone where he'...

    This is a fun read about celebrity (both sides of it), romance and adventure. And there?s a little bit of bad guys. It?s a fun read about celebrity peppered with advice from Stanislavski, et al. about the art of acting. There?s a terrific chapter that gives the reader an insight ...

    The best part of this book was the cover design. ...

    Really fun, cute book. Funny as well. I LOVED the writing and narration. It was perfect and unique. Almost like watching a movie or reading a screenplay. But it did go on a bit too long for me - hence 4 stars instead of 5. But overall I really enjoyed it. ...

    This is a tedious and uneven info-dump. Josie is a fading former TV star whose heyday was 20 years ago. Her younger boyfriend, Charlie, is a rising star. But Charlie says disparaging things about his star-making TV show (and his girlfriend) in an interview and his fans turn on him a...

    I loved this book. Super engaging, fast paced, page turner. The characters and situations felt really real, and the references were perfect. Josie, the main character, is an actress whose breakout role was in a cult TV show that is very reminiscent of Buffy. Now she?s 41, and stru...

    What You Don't Know About Charlie Outlaw brings us a story of two actors, Charlie and Josie at a point of their breakup, a possible harsh downfall of Charlie's career and Josie's struggle to revive her previously booming career. Charlie in an attempt to please everyone ended up hurting...

    Really strange book, and I think I mean that in a good way? The narrative voice is not a style I usually care for, distant and omniscient, in everyone's heads which also can mean it's in no one's head. I never felt super close to any character but was still curious about their fates...

    https://oneblogtwobroads.blog/2018/04... Actor Charlie Outlaw gives an interview that he wishes he could take back. He says some things that aren?t really what someone you were in love with would want to hear and his girlfriend Josie Lamar is understandably upset. Charlie decides ...

    I was provided a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest and fair review. Ever wondered what it was like to be an actor? It's not something I ever really thought much about, but still while reading this book I found myself interested in a lot of the thought process that goe...

    I LOVED this novel! It's about an actor named Charlie and an actress named Josie who have just broken up - his career is on an upward trajectory while hers is on a downward trajectory. In the wake of their breakup, Charlie travels to a remote island to escape from the media, which turn...

    (Thanks to Amazon Vine for providing me with an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review) What an unexpectedly delightful book! I picked this one up having no idea what it was about (and to be honest, basically thought the cover was totally cute) and it ended up b...

    This zingy love story manages to make kidnapping and heartbreak seem fun. Charlie Outlaw is a famous actor who retreats to an unnamed island for some peace and solitude after his breakup with his girlfriend, actress Josie Lamar. His tranquil vacation is interrupted by unforeseen danger...

  • Roger Smitter
    Nov 06, 2017

    I love everything that Leah Stewart writes and this was no exception. I loved the inside into the actor's world--so fun! A great read. ...

    The idea of two actors who specialize in playing self sufficient characters caught in a real life crisis sounded like it could be interesting. It wasn't. The story is told in present tense and the thoughts that run through the actor's minds are both boring and repetitive. They need bet...

    Our culture is ever so celebrity obsessed. There are those who, deservingly and often not at all so, have become permanent fixtures in our consciousness and these individuals and the disproportionate, merit free amounts of fame bestowed upon them tell a lot about us as a society. I?m...

    The only thing I didn't like about this book was how late it kept me up each night reading! Seriously. I've long been a fan of Stewart's work, all the way back to THE MYTH OF YOU AND ME, and this is my favorite of hers hands-down. She tackles the inner-life of two actors with depth, co...

    Just didn?t do it for me. Never connected with any of the characters. ...

    Being a famous actor can't be easy, especially when your also famous girlfriend call it quits. Charlie Outlaw seeks refuge on a remote island off the grid, but getting away soon turns into an adventure even his acting skills can't get him out of. This thoroughly enjoyable suspens...

    3 stars, leaning towards 4 My main gripe is with the writing style, which is omniscient present tense, like the narration on Jane the Virgin, giving peeks into the future while focusing on the immediate present. It?s weird, and sometimes off-putting, and maybe a little tell-not-sh...

    I wanted to enjoy this book. In fact, there was a glimmer of hope in what I did read of this book. I got a third of the way in and put it down; intending to pick the book up again. Yet, when I got the time to do so, I felt no rush or need to want to pick it back up. What I craved t...

    This wasn't really for me. I abandoned it one-third of the way in. The writing was strong, but the subject matter and characters weren't really up my alley. I guess I don't really care that much about the craft of acting and the secret lives of actors, both currently popular and has-be...

    I enjoyed this book so much! I especially loved the moments that explored what it means to be an artist in the world, how giving one's self over to pursuing art requires a particular and constant vulnerability. Twice I got mad at myself for leaving the book at home rather than taking i...

    A disastrous magazine interview causes rising star and Hollywood hunk Charlie Outlaw to lose the love of his life and social media to turn on him. Ouch! So, Charlie decides to get away from it all by running away to a remote tropical island. It turns out it isn?t quite the escape he ...

    Some aspects of this book were interesting, but overall it seemed rather a mishmash of styles. Was it a mystery? Romantic comedy? What? I didn't especially care for the characters so didn't really care '"what I didn't know about Charlie"'. It was just ok for me ...

    I enjoyed this book, it was a great one day read. Charlie Outlaw is a famous actor whose girlfriend Josie broke up with him after he publicly said some very stupid and embarrassing things. He decides the best thing for him to do is retreat to Costa Rica without telling anyone where he'...

    This is a fun read about celebrity (both sides of it), romance and adventure. And there?s a little bit of bad guys. It?s a fun read about celebrity peppered with advice from Stanislavski, et al. about the art of acting. There?s a terrific chapter that gives the reader an insight ...

  • Rilla
    Mar 02, 2018

    I love everything that Leah Stewart writes and this was no exception. I loved the inside into the actor's world--so fun! A great read. ...

    The idea of two actors who specialize in playing self sufficient characters caught in a real life crisis sounded like it could be interesting. It wasn't. The story is told in present tense and the thoughts that run through the actor's minds are both boring and repetitive. They need bet...

    Our culture is ever so celebrity obsessed. There are those who, deservingly and often not at all so, have become permanent fixtures in our consciousness and these individuals and the disproportionate, merit free amounts of fame bestowed upon them tell a lot about us as a society. I?m...

    The only thing I didn't like about this book was how late it kept me up each night reading! Seriously. I've long been a fan of Stewart's work, all the way back to THE MYTH OF YOU AND ME, and this is my favorite of hers hands-down. She tackles the inner-life of two actors with depth, co...

    Just didn?t do it for me. Never connected with any of the characters. ...

    Being a famous actor can't be easy, especially when your also famous girlfriend call it quits. Charlie Outlaw seeks refuge on a remote island off the grid, but getting away soon turns into an adventure even his acting skills can't get him out of. This thoroughly enjoyable suspens...

    3 stars, leaning towards 4 My main gripe is with the writing style, which is omniscient present tense, like the narration on Jane the Virgin, giving peeks into the future while focusing on the immediate present. It?s weird, and sometimes off-putting, and maybe a little tell-not-sh...

    I wanted to enjoy this book. In fact, there was a glimmer of hope in what I did read of this book. I got a third of the way in and put it down; intending to pick the book up again. Yet, when I got the time to do so, I felt no rush or need to want to pick it back up. What I craved t...

    This wasn't really for me. I abandoned it one-third of the way in. The writing was strong, but the subject matter and characters weren't really up my alley. I guess I don't really care that much about the craft of acting and the secret lives of actors, both currently popular and has-be...

    I enjoyed this book so much! I especially loved the moments that explored what it means to be an artist in the world, how giving one's self over to pursuing art requires a particular and constant vulnerability. Twice I got mad at myself for leaving the book at home rather than taking i...

    A disastrous magazine interview causes rising star and Hollywood hunk Charlie Outlaw to lose the love of his life and social media to turn on him. Ouch! So, Charlie decides to get away from it all by running away to a remote tropical island. It turns out it isn?t quite the escape he ...

    Some aspects of this book were interesting, but overall it seemed rather a mishmash of styles. Was it a mystery? Romantic comedy? What? I didn't especially care for the characters so didn't really care '"what I didn't know about Charlie"'. It was just ok for me ...

    I enjoyed this book, it was a great one day read. Charlie Outlaw is a famous actor whose girlfriend Josie broke up with him after he publicly said some very stupid and embarrassing things. He decides the best thing for him to do is retreat to Costa Rica without telling anyone where he'...

    This is a fun read about celebrity (both sides of it), romance and adventure. And there?s a little bit of bad guys. It?s a fun read about celebrity peppered with advice from Stanislavski, et al. about the art of acting. There?s a terrific chapter that gives the reader an insight ...

    The best part of this book was the cover design. ...

    Really fun, cute book. Funny as well. I LOVED the writing and narration. It was perfect and unique. Almost like watching a movie or reading a screenplay. But it did go on a bit too long for me - hence 4 stars instead of 5. But overall I really enjoyed it. ...

    This is a tedious and uneven info-dump. Josie is a fading former TV star whose heyday was 20 years ago. Her younger boyfriend, Charlie, is a rising star. But Charlie says disparaging things about his star-making TV show (and his girlfriend) in an interview and his fans turn on him a...

    I loved this book. Super engaging, fast paced, page turner. The characters and situations felt really real, and the references were perfect. Josie, the main character, is an actress whose breakout role was in a cult TV show that is very reminiscent of Buffy. Now she?s 41, and stru...

  • Ola
    Feb 07, 2018

    I love everything that Leah Stewart writes and this was no exception. I loved the inside into the actor's world--so fun! A great read. ...

    The idea of two actors who specialize in playing self sufficient characters caught in a real life crisis sounded like it could be interesting. It wasn't. The story is told in present tense and the thoughts that run through the actor's minds are both boring and repetitive. They need bet...

    Our culture is ever so celebrity obsessed. There are those who, deservingly and often not at all so, have become permanent fixtures in our consciousness and these individuals and the disproportionate, merit free amounts of fame bestowed upon them tell a lot about us as a society. I?m...

    The only thing I didn't like about this book was how late it kept me up each night reading! Seriously. I've long been a fan of Stewart's work, all the way back to THE MYTH OF YOU AND ME, and this is my favorite of hers hands-down. She tackles the inner-life of two actors with depth, co...

    Just didn?t do it for me. Never connected with any of the characters. ...

    Being a famous actor can't be easy, especially when your also famous girlfriend call it quits. Charlie Outlaw seeks refuge on a remote island off the grid, but getting away soon turns into an adventure even his acting skills can't get him out of. This thoroughly enjoyable suspens...

    3 stars, leaning towards 4 My main gripe is with the writing style, which is omniscient present tense, like the narration on Jane the Virgin, giving peeks into the future while focusing on the immediate present. It?s weird, and sometimes off-putting, and maybe a little tell-not-sh...

    I wanted to enjoy this book. In fact, there was a glimmer of hope in what I did read of this book. I got a third of the way in and put it down; intending to pick the book up again. Yet, when I got the time to do so, I felt no rush or need to want to pick it back up. What I craved t...

    This wasn't really for me. I abandoned it one-third of the way in. The writing was strong, but the subject matter and characters weren't really up my alley. I guess I don't really care that much about the craft of acting and the secret lives of actors, both currently popular and has-be...

    I enjoyed this book so much! I especially loved the moments that explored what it means to be an artist in the world, how giving one's self over to pursuing art requires a particular and constant vulnerability. Twice I got mad at myself for leaving the book at home rather than taking i...

    A disastrous magazine interview causes rising star and Hollywood hunk Charlie Outlaw to lose the love of his life and social media to turn on him. Ouch! So, Charlie decides to get away from it all by running away to a remote tropical island. It turns out it isn?t quite the escape he ...

    Some aspects of this book were interesting, but overall it seemed rather a mishmash of styles. Was it a mystery? Romantic comedy? What? I didn't especially care for the characters so didn't really care '"what I didn't know about Charlie"'. It was just ok for me ...

    I enjoyed this book, it was a great one day read. Charlie Outlaw is a famous actor whose girlfriend Josie broke up with him after he publicly said some very stupid and embarrassing things. He decides the best thing for him to do is retreat to Costa Rica without telling anyone where he'...

    This is a fun read about celebrity (both sides of it), romance and adventure. And there?s a little bit of bad guys. It?s a fun read about celebrity peppered with advice from Stanislavski, et al. about the art of acting. There?s a terrific chapter that gives the reader an insight ...

    The best part of this book was the cover design. ...

    Really fun, cute book. Funny as well. I LOVED the writing and narration. It was perfect and unique. Almost like watching a movie or reading a screenplay. But it did go on a bit too long for me - hence 4 stars instead of 5. But overall I really enjoyed it. ...

    This is a tedious and uneven info-dump. Josie is a fading former TV star whose heyday was 20 years ago. Her younger boyfriend, Charlie, is a rising star. But Charlie says disparaging things about his star-making TV show (and his girlfriend) in an interview and his fans turn on him a...

    I loved this book. Super engaging, fast paced, page turner. The characters and situations felt really real, and the references were perfect. Josie, the main character, is an actress whose breakout role was in a cult TV show that is very reminiscent of Buffy. Now she?s 41, and stru...

    What You Don't Know About Charlie Outlaw brings us a story of two actors, Charlie and Josie at a point of their breakup, a possible harsh downfall of Charlie's career and Josie's struggle to revive her previously booming career. Charlie in an attempt to please everyone ended up hurting...

  • Wendy Bunnell
    Apr 22, 2018

    I love everything that Leah Stewart writes and this was no exception. I loved the inside into the actor's world--so fun! A great read. ...

    The idea of two actors who specialize in playing self sufficient characters caught in a real life crisis sounded like it could be interesting. It wasn't. The story is told in present tense and the thoughts that run through the actor's minds are both boring and repetitive. They need bet...

    Our culture is ever so celebrity obsessed. There are those who, deservingly and often not at all so, have become permanent fixtures in our consciousness and these individuals and the disproportionate, merit free amounts of fame bestowed upon them tell a lot about us as a society. I?m...

    The only thing I didn't like about this book was how late it kept me up each night reading! Seriously. I've long been a fan of Stewart's work, all the way back to THE MYTH OF YOU AND ME, and this is my favorite of hers hands-down. She tackles the inner-life of two actors with depth, co...

    Just didn?t do it for me. Never connected with any of the characters. ...

    Being a famous actor can't be easy, especially when your also famous girlfriend call it quits. Charlie Outlaw seeks refuge on a remote island off the grid, but getting away soon turns into an adventure even his acting skills can't get him out of. This thoroughly enjoyable suspens...

    3 stars, leaning towards 4 My main gripe is with the writing style, which is omniscient present tense, like the narration on Jane the Virgin, giving peeks into the future while focusing on the immediate present. It?s weird, and sometimes off-putting, and maybe a little tell-not-sh...

    I wanted to enjoy this book. In fact, there was a glimmer of hope in what I did read of this book. I got a third of the way in and put it down; intending to pick the book up again. Yet, when I got the time to do so, I felt no rush or need to want to pick it back up. What I craved t...

    This wasn't really for me. I abandoned it one-third of the way in. The writing was strong, but the subject matter and characters weren't really up my alley. I guess I don't really care that much about the craft of acting and the secret lives of actors, both currently popular and has-be...

  • Karen Parisot
    May 01, 2018

    I love everything that Leah Stewart writes and this was no exception. I loved the inside into the actor's world--so fun! A great read. ...

    The idea of two actors who specialize in playing self sufficient characters caught in a real life crisis sounded like it could be interesting. It wasn't. The story is told in present tense and the thoughts that run through the actor's minds are both boring and repetitive. They need bet...

    Our culture is ever so celebrity obsessed. There are those who, deservingly and often not at all so, have become permanent fixtures in our consciousness and these individuals and the disproportionate, merit free amounts of fame bestowed upon them tell a lot about us as a society. I?m...

    The only thing I didn't like about this book was how late it kept me up each night reading! Seriously. I've long been a fan of Stewart's work, all the way back to THE MYTH OF YOU AND ME, and this is my favorite of hers hands-down. She tackles the inner-life of two actors with depth, co...

    Just didn?t do it for me. Never connected with any of the characters. ...

    Being a famous actor can't be easy, especially when your also famous girlfriend call it quits. Charlie Outlaw seeks refuge on a remote island off the grid, but getting away soon turns into an adventure even his acting skills can't get him out of. This thoroughly enjoyable suspens...

    3 stars, leaning towards 4 My main gripe is with the writing style, which is omniscient present tense, like the narration on Jane the Virgin, giving peeks into the future while focusing on the immediate present. It?s weird, and sometimes off-putting, and maybe a little tell-not-sh...

    I wanted to enjoy this book. In fact, there was a glimmer of hope in what I did read of this book. I got a third of the way in and put it down; intending to pick the book up again. Yet, when I got the time to do so, I felt no rush or need to want to pick it back up. What I craved t...

    This wasn't really for me. I abandoned it one-third of the way in. The writing was strong, but the subject matter and characters weren't really up my alley. I guess I don't really care that much about the craft of acting and the secret lives of actors, both currently popular and has-be...

    I enjoyed this book so much! I especially loved the moments that explored what it means to be an artist in the world, how giving one's self over to pursuing art requires a particular and constant vulnerability. Twice I got mad at myself for leaving the book at home rather than taking i...

    A disastrous magazine interview causes rising star and Hollywood hunk Charlie Outlaw to lose the love of his life and social media to turn on him. Ouch! So, Charlie decides to get away from it all by running away to a remote tropical island. It turns out it isn?t quite the escape he ...

  • Leith Devine
    Mar 13, 2018

    I love everything that Leah Stewart writes and this was no exception. I loved the inside into the actor's world--so fun! A great read. ...

    The idea of two actors who specialize in playing self sufficient characters caught in a real life crisis sounded like it could be interesting. It wasn't. The story is told in present tense and the thoughts that run through the actor's minds are both boring and repetitive. They need bet...

    Our culture is ever so celebrity obsessed. There are those who, deservingly and often not at all so, have become permanent fixtures in our consciousness and these individuals and the disproportionate, merit free amounts of fame bestowed upon them tell a lot about us as a society. I?m...

    The only thing I didn't like about this book was how late it kept me up each night reading! Seriously. I've long been a fan of Stewart's work, all the way back to THE MYTH OF YOU AND ME, and this is my favorite of hers hands-down. She tackles the inner-life of two actors with depth, co...

    Just didn?t do it for me. Never connected with any of the characters. ...

    Being a famous actor can't be easy, especially when your also famous girlfriend call it quits. Charlie Outlaw seeks refuge on a remote island off the grid, but getting away soon turns into an adventure even his acting skills can't get him out of. This thoroughly enjoyable suspens...

    3 stars, leaning towards 4 My main gripe is with the writing style, which is omniscient present tense, like the narration on Jane the Virgin, giving peeks into the future while focusing on the immediate present. It?s weird, and sometimes off-putting, and maybe a little tell-not-sh...

    I wanted to enjoy this book. In fact, there was a glimmer of hope in what I did read of this book. I got a third of the way in and put it down; intending to pick the book up again. Yet, when I got the time to do so, I felt no rush or need to want to pick it back up. What I craved t...

    This wasn't really for me. I abandoned it one-third of the way in. The writing was strong, but the subject matter and characters weren't really up my alley. I guess I don't really care that much about the craft of acting and the secret lives of actors, both currently popular and has-be...

    I enjoyed this book so much! I especially loved the moments that explored what it means to be an artist in the world, how giving one's self over to pursuing art requires a particular and constant vulnerability. Twice I got mad at myself for leaving the book at home rather than taking i...

    A disastrous magazine interview causes rising star and Hollywood hunk Charlie Outlaw to lose the love of his life and social media to turn on him. Ouch! So, Charlie decides to get away from it all by running away to a remote tropical island. It turns out it isn?t quite the escape he ...

    Some aspects of this book were interesting, but overall it seemed rather a mishmash of styles. Was it a mystery? Romantic comedy? What? I didn't especially care for the characters so didn't really care '"what I didn't know about Charlie"'. It was just ok for me ...

    I enjoyed this book, it was a great one day read. Charlie Outlaw is a famous actor whose girlfriend Josie broke up with him after he publicly said some very stupid and embarrassing things. He decides the best thing for him to do is retreat to Costa Rica without telling anyone where he'...

  • Linda Epach
    Feb 24, 2018

    I love everything that Leah Stewart writes and this was no exception. I loved the inside into the actor's world--so fun! A great read. ...

    The idea of two actors who specialize in playing self sufficient characters caught in a real life crisis sounded like it could be interesting. It wasn't. The story is told in present tense and the thoughts that run through the actor's minds are both boring and repetitive. They need bet...

    Our culture is ever so celebrity obsessed. There are those who, deservingly and often not at all so, have become permanent fixtures in our consciousness and these individuals and the disproportionate, merit free amounts of fame bestowed upon them tell a lot about us as a society. I?m...

    The only thing I didn't like about this book was how late it kept me up each night reading! Seriously. I've long been a fan of Stewart's work, all the way back to THE MYTH OF YOU AND ME, and this is my favorite of hers hands-down. She tackles the inner-life of two actors with depth, co...

    Just didn?t do it for me. Never connected with any of the characters. ...

    Being a famous actor can't be easy, especially when your also famous girlfriend call it quits. Charlie Outlaw seeks refuge on a remote island off the grid, but getting away soon turns into an adventure even his acting skills can't get him out of. This thoroughly enjoyable suspens...

    3 stars, leaning towards 4 My main gripe is with the writing style, which is omniscient present tense, like the narration on Jane the Virgin, giving peeks into the future while focusing on the immediate present. It?s weird, and sometimes off-putting, and maybe a little tell-not-sh...

    I wanted to enjoy this book. In fact, there was a glimmer of hope in what I did read of this book. I got a third of the way in and put it down; intending to pick the book up again. Yet, when I got the time to do so, I felt no rush or need to want to pick it back up. What I craved t...

    This wasn't really for me. I abandoned it one-third of the way in. The writing was strong, but the subject matter and characters weren't really up my alley. I guess I don't really care that much about the craft of acting and the secret lives of actors, both currently popular and has-be...

    I enjoyed this book so much! I especially loved the moments that explored what it means to be an artist in the world, how giving one's self over to pursuing art requires a particular and constant vulnerability. Twice I got mad at myself for leaving the book at home rather than taking i...

    A disastrous magazine interview causes rising star and Hollywood hunk Charlie Outlaw to lose the love of his life and social media to turn on him. Ouch! So, Charlie decides to get away from it all by running away to a remote tropical island. It turns out it isn?t quite the escape he ...

    Some aspects of this book were interesting, but overall it seemed rather a mishmash of styles. Was it a mystery? Romantic comedy? What? I didn't especially care for the characters so didn't really care '"what I didn't know about Charlie"'. It was just ok for me ...

    I enjoyed this book, it was a great one day read. Charlie Outlaw is a famous actor whose girlfriend Josie broke up with him after he publicly said some very stupid and embarrassing things. He decides the best thing for him to do is retreat to Costa Rica without telling anyone where he'...

    This is a fun read about celebrity (both sides of it), romance and adventure. And there?s a little bit of bad guys. It?s a fun read about celebrity peppered with advice from Stanislavski, et al. about the art of acting. There?s a terrific chapter that gives the reader an insight ...

    The best part of this book was the cover design. ...

    Really fun, cute book. Funny as well. I LOVED the writing and narration. It was perfect and unique. Almost like watching a movie or reading a screenplay. But it did go on a bit too long for me - hence 4 stars instead of 5. But overall I really enjoyed it. ...

    This is a tedious and uneven info-dump. Josie is a fading former TV star whose heyday was 20 years ago. Her younger boyfriend, Charlie, is a rising star. But Charlie says disparaging things about his star-making TV show (and his girlfriend) in an interview and his fans turn on him a...

    I loved this book. Super engaging, fast paced, page turner. The characters and situations felt really real, and the references were perfect. Josie, the main character, is an actress whose breakout role was in a cult TV show that is very reminiscent of Buffy. Now she?s 41, and stru...

    What You Don't Know About Charlie Outlaw brings us a story of two actors, Charlie and Josie at a point of their breakup, a possible harsh downfall of Charlie's career and Josie's struggle to revive her previously booming career. Charlie in an attempt to please everyone ended up hurting...

    Really strange book, and I think I mean that in a good way? The narrative voice is not a style I usually care for, distant and omniscient, in everyone's heads which also can mean it's in no one's head. I never felt super close to any character but was still curious about their fates...

    https://oneblogtwobroads.blog/2018/04... Actor Charlie Outlaw gives an interview that he wishes he could take back. He says some things that aren?t really what someone you were in love with would want to hear and his girlfriend Josie Lamar is understandably upset. Charlie decides ...

    I was provided a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest and fair review. Ever wondered what it was like to be an actor? It's not something I ever really thought much about, but still while reading this book I found myself interested in a lot of the thought process that goe...

    I LOVED this novel! It's about an actor named Charlie and an actress named Josie who have just broken up - his career is on an upward trajectory while hers is on a downward trajectory. In the wake of their breakup, Charlie travels to a remote island to escape from the media, which turn...

    (Thanks to Amazon Vine for providing me with an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review) What an unexpectedly delightful book! I picked this one up having no idea what it was about (and to be honest, basically thought the cover was totally cute) and it ended up b...

    This zingy love story manages to make kidnapping and heartbreak seem fun. Charlie Outlaw is a famous actor who retreats to an unnamed island for some peace and solitude after his breakup with his girlfriend, actress Josie Lamar. His tranquil vacation is interrupted by unforeseen danger...

    4.25 stars rounded down to 4. I really enjoyed this book-the premise was unusual, the characters endearing and the story was terrific. What You Don't Know About Charlie Outlaw is the story of Hollywood TV star Charlie Outlaw, who has taken a break from his life in Hollywood by es...

    Similar to the two main characters in this book, I felt like the book wasn't sure what it wanted to be. After Charlie has a moment of honesty in an interview, his girlfriend dumps him and he runs away to a secluded island only to find himself in a difficult situation. Meanwhile, his ex...

    What You Don't Know About Charlie Outlaw by Leah Stewart is a quick easy read involving two actors. Charlie and Josie have just broken up due to is reference to her in an interview as the love of his life "so far" and another perceived betrayal. Having lost Josie and then the viral rea...

  • Anneliese
    Apr 16, 2018

    I love everything that Leah Stewart writes and this was no exception. I loved the inside into the actor's world--so fun! A great read. ...

    The idea of two actors who specialize in playing self sufficient characters caught in a real life crisis sounded like it could be interesting. It wasn't. The story is told in present tense and the thoughts that run through the actor's minds are both boring and repetitive. They need bet...

    Our culture is ever so celebrity obsessed. There are those who, deservingly and often not at all so, have become permanent fixtures in our consciousness and these individuals and the disproportionate, merit free amounts of fame bestowed upon them tell a lot about us as a society. I?m...

    The only thing I didn't like about this book was how late it kept me up each night reading! Seriously. I've long been a fan of Stewart's work, all the way back to THE MYTH OF YOU AND ME, and this is my favorite of hers hands-down. She tackles the inner-life of two actors with depth, co...

    Just didn?t do it for me. Never connected with any of the characters. ...

    Being a famous actor can't be easy, especially when your also famous girlfriend call it quits. Charlie Outlaw seeks refuge on a remote island off the grid, but getting away soon turns into an adventure even his acting skills can't get him out of. This thoroughly enjoyable suspens...

    3 stars, leaning towards 4 My main gripe is with the writing style, which is omniscient present tense, like the narration on Jane the Virgin, giving peeks into the future while focusing on the immediate present. It?s weird, and sometimes off-putting, and maybe a little tell-not-sh...

    I wanted to enjoy this book. In fact, there was a glimmer of hope in what I did read of this book. I got a third of the way in and put it down; intending to pick the book up again. Yet, when I got the time to do so, I felt no rush or need to want to pick it back up. What I craved t...

    This wasn't really for me. I abandoned it one-third of the way in. The writing was strong, but the subject matter and characters weren't really up my alley. I guess I don't really care that much about the craft of acting and the secret lives of actors, both currently popular and has-be...

    I enjoyed this book so much! I especially loved the moments that explored what it means to be an artist in the world, how giving one's self over to pursuing art requires a particular and constant vulnerability. Twice I got mad at myself for leaving the book at home rather than taking i...

    A disastrous magazine interview causes rising star and Hollywood hunk Charlie Outlaw to lose the love of his life and social media to turn on him. Ouch! So, Charlie decides to get away from it all by running away to a remote tropical island. It turns out it isn?t quite the escape he ...

    Some aspects of this book were interesting, but overall it seemed rather a mishmash of styles. Was it a mystery? Romantic comedy? What? I didn't especially care for the characters so didn't really care '"what I didn't know about Charlie"'. It was just ok for me ...

    I enjoyed this book, it was a great one day read. Charlie Outlaw is a famous actor whose girlfriend Josie broke up with him after he publicly said some very stupid and embarrassing things. He decides the best thing for him to do is retreat to Costa Rica without telling anyone where he'...

    This is a fun read about celebrity (both sides of it), romance and adventure. And there?s a little bit of bad guys. It?s a fun read about celebrity peppered with advice from Stanislavski, et al. about the art of acting. There?s a terrific chapter that gives the reader an insight ...

    The best part of this book was the cover design. ...