Heiress, P.I.

Heiress, P.I. For Fans Of Stephanie Plum, Veronica Mars And Gossip Girl Meet Lucy Hansen She S The Richest Teenager In The World And Possibly The Shyest She Doesn T Flash Her Business To The Paparazzi As She S Getting Out Of Limos Or Send Selfies While Smoking Salvia No, Lucy Hides Behind Her Frizzy Bangs, Environmental Causes And Organic Hemp Blend Sweats Her One True Friend And Secret Crush Holden Is The Poorest Kid In Beverly Hills And Probably The Scrappiest He Interns For A Famous Private Investigator, And When He Asks Lucy To Help Him Crack A Case, Her Life Turns From Tame To Tabloid, From Glum To Glam, From Private To Private Eye And When The Trail Leads Directly To Her Hotel Magnate Father, It S Up To Lucy To Solve The Case By Infiltrating Hollywood S Most Elite And Unwelcoming Club Celebutantes Teens Who Are Famous For, Well Being Famous Along The Way, LuHan Endures Wardrobe Malfunctions, Fake Romances, Compromising Videos Turned YouTube Hits, Unflattering Mug Shots And Worst Of All A Makeover Now Lucy Has To Save Her Father, Dodge The Paparazzi, And Keep Her IRL ID On The DL All While Maybe, Almost, Possibly Having Her First Real Kiss If You Ve Ever Read The Tabloids And Wondered, What Was She Thinking Then HEIRESS, PI Offers One Possible Answer

Amanda Mahan is the author of Heiress, P.I think Veronica Mars meets Gossip Girl which tells the story of the richest girl in the world getting made over and going undercover to solve a mystery.Amanda is the People s Choice Award winning Green Mommy blogger and worked on two NBC sitcoms Both of these influences can be seen in Heiress, P.I which features an environmentally friendly prota

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  • 11 March 2018

10 thoughts on “Heiress, P.I.

  1. says:

    This isn t really a review since I wrote it But I wanted to put it out there in case anyone else is looking for a fun, beach read The story is inspired by a news article about how Paris Hilton gave the police a tip that helped them solve a crime That made me think how funny it would be if her whole party girl persona was just a cover for her secret life, working as a private investigator The result was Heiress, P.I think Paris Hilton meets Veronica Mars Hope you enjoy Amanda Mahan author

  2. says:

    I was just going to sample the book and see if it was something my nieces might enjoy they re probably a little young for it yet and got totally sucked in As a full grown man, I am certainly not the intended audience by a longshot, but Mahan s writing is so sharp, funny and propulsive, and her central character so instantly likable which you could never say about the Hilton s and Lohan s that her adventures are very loosely based around I was hooked from the opening chapter Speaking of which, one of my favorite touches is that all her chapter titles are presented as tabloid headlines that comment on the action in clever ways If I have one criticism it s that the book is so obviously intended as the first in a series and that s NOT the criticism that Mahan crafts a cliffhanger ending that ll leave you wanting pretty much right away The plot is twisty and just complex enough that I d love to see what the author would do with an adult mystery thriller without sacrificing the humor, of course It s the perfect book for girls of a certain age, and if you end up reading it with them, s the better You can definitely tell Mahan s spent time in LA, as she nails a certain upper class Westside milieu in a way that edges the book into satire territory think Veronica Mars meets Clueless, basically In fact, it s kind of begging to be a TV series, so pay heed, CW and FOX execs

  3. says:

    This super fun read is a romp through celebrity culture, an unfolding detective story, and a tale of friendship It weaves like a car chase through L.A s haute boutiques, private clubs, Hollywood mansions, and trendy hotels The fast pace of the dialog and the lingo hooked me in fast during the first few chapters But I was wondering how the book could pull off such a far fetched premise What if a Los Angeles It Girl were actually a private investigator fighting crime About 1 3 of the way through the book, the plot kicks in strong I couldn t put it down If I hadn t already blown through it, I would have saved it for vacation Heiress, P.I would taste great with a fruity cocktail and a beach.

  4. says:

    I was sent a copy of this book to review by the author.The author of this book approached me following Bout of Books and asked me if I would be interested in reviewing After hearing the description, I decided that the story sounded unique enough that my interest was peaked, so I decided that I would take a stab at it I was not disappointed.Heiress, PI is kind of like Veronica Mars meets Encyclopedia Brown, with a huge celebrity twist.Inspired by a true event, this story asks the question, what if your favorite teen celebrity really was a private investigator Lucy Hansen is the heiress to a huge hotel conglomerate, and yet her family has a dark, hidden secret, a hidden past that could destroy everything I found myself reading through this one pretty quickly, sucked into the drama and the action and the little bit of romance that was thrown in there, too I actually got a kind of Princess Diaries feel when I got to the section where she is holed up with her grandmother, as well Not sure why, but it kind of reminded me of that Overall, it is well written with few editing missteps and I felt that the few that were there were easily overlooked I couldn t even remember where they were right now without going back and re reading to look for them, which is high praise from me, the editing and grammar nazi, as I have been called by an author or two.The ending left me hanging on the edge, wanting to know what would be coming next I really want to know about these characters and find out where the story leads If you want a young adult read that is different from the paranormal and fantasy that seems to have proliferated the genre, this is the book for you.

  5. says:

    This review was first published at M s Bookshelf as part of a Gosling Girls Book Tour first thing that stood out, of course, was the cover The pink, the nails, the mugshot concept, love it It s flirty, it s girly, it s fun just like the book I liked the make over idea and inside glimpse into the life of the rich, famous and scandalous.The story turned out completely different than I expected I liked the unexpected turn of events The only negative comment I can make, is that I felt all of it was a bit rushed I think I would have liked the book even if it had been a bit longer It would give you time to really understand the characters Lucy, for example is a very green teen , but that side of her hardly comes across from the moment LuHan is born, and the internal struggle between her LuHan image and her true self would have been interesting to read, I think.I enjoyed her under cover moments They were scandalous, exciting and awkward cause let s face it although she s a lovely girl, she was almost convincing as Paris than you was as Veronica Mars at the same time. very entertaining IF the book had been a bit longer, I would have enjoyed of these inside scenes.Heiress, P.I is a very entertaining read with a lovely Miss Congeniality vibe.

  6. says:

    Laugh Out Loud Funny A great read This book is a fun loving, light hearted look into a teenage private investigator s life a la Hardy Boys or Scooby Doo Lucy Hansen LuHan is a tree hugging, bottle recycling, carbon minimalist who right from the get go wraps you around her finger and doesn t let you go Matched with her best friend and wannabe boyfriend Holden, they embark on adventure after adventure trying to crack a case he s working on, using an array of crazy gadgets.Ms Mahan writes realistic characters who make you want to laugh, cry, and smack your forehead at their antics, as they move through the story, eagerly taking the reader along for the ride As one who likes a mystery but NEVER figures it out till the end , I kept trying to figure out who the bad guy was, only to realize that I was stumped at every turn, all the while laughing at Lucy s increasingly insane antics.This book is a great read for older teens Grade 10 , and adults who enjoy a break from the mundane Ms Mahan has crafted a book that promises a great adventure, and leaves you waiting with baited breath to see what happens next Eagerly anticipating the next book need to see if Lucy and Holden become an item Thanks for a fantastic read I really enjoyed it.

  7. says:

    Easy, predictable read I didn t identify with any of the characters and had a hard time empathizing with them I guess for me it s too hard to identify with the rich and famous as most of the time they disgust me The author definitely did a good job of making you want to smack some sense into the little rich kids Some of the situations Lucy found herself in made me cringe and feel a bit sorry for her I had a hard time getting into the whole private investigator aspect of the story because all I could focus on was the rampant alcohol and drug use of the kids int he story and how they can wave their money around and get out of trouble I only began to get into the book at the end Not sure if I will read any others in this series.

  8. says:

    I loved it This was a fast paced, chick lit mystery enhanced by very interesting and likeable characters, and sprinkled with Hollywood flair.Lucy a smart and lovely girl, involved in ecology and heiress to a fabulous fortune and her childhood friend Holden, an intern at a detective agency, get involved in a dangerous investigation which turns out to be too close to home and puts Lucy s life in jeopardy.It was a very interesting, full of action, and hilarious at some points read I highly recommend it.

  9. says:

    Quick read Kept me entertained An unexpected twist was thrown in that gave it the potential to become quite interesting, but the book abruptly ended before there was any resolution Is there going to be a second book What happens

  10. says:

    Fun to read and incredibly detailed with a surprising plot twist Nice work by a Titan It s definitely a beach read.

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