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Lexi Dixon has gone from wallowing over the raw deal that she believed was her lot in life to living her red carpet dreams. She’s opening fashion shows for top designers at fashion week, doing photo shoots at exotic locations, and enduring three hours of makeup for ten-minute public appearances. She’s the talk of Tinsel town—for both good and bad reasons. But her life is not all glitz and glamor.

Between all the lies in the papers, the crazy Paparazzi that keep following her, and her own personal issues, Lexi is sure she’s going to lose it, and it’s not going to be pretty when she does!

A shocking revelation about her father, a rival model who seems bent on sabotaging Lexi’s career, and a bizarre experience with a secret society cause Lexi to slow down to a pace where maybe she can look inward, and perhaps even upward!

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Red Carpet (Beauty for Ashes: Book Two)
Average rating
4.7 / 5
Another great read
January 8th, 2015
Red Carpet First of all, I received a free copy from the author in exchange for an honest review. I bought Refiner’s Fire after reading Raw Deal, without reading this 2nd book of the trilogy, thinking I could skip to the end; if you are thinking of doing that – don’t. Although I enjoyed the book and could guess at a lot of what happened in Red Carpet, I found myself wanting to fill in the details so I went back and read it and I was not disappointed. True to Mrs Benson’s style, you get a hint of the evil that men (and women) dabble in but not enough to give you nightmares – just enough to know it’s there but God is far more powerful and is available to anyone who will try Him. We follow Lexi and her friends and families on their different paths; Lexi rising to fame and fortune and seeing what it really entails, fighting her own battles, learning her own lessons about family – love and ties, what it means to be an adult, finding courage and finally finding the greatest treasure. I enjoyed this book except that it ended abruptly – I didn’t even realised it had ended until I saw the discussion questions, then I went back and re-read the last bit. I can only imagine the writer didn’t want us sold on one fairy tale when she had a better one in the offing at the end of book 3 (which is a must read by the way). - A. Oke
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