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Olivia Dade bursts onto the scene in this delightfully fun romantic comedy set in the world of fanfiction, in which a devoted fan goes on an unexpected date with her celebrity crush, who’s secretly posting fanfiction of his own. Spoiler Alert A Novel PDF

Marcus Caster-Rupp has a secret. The world may know him as Aeneas, star of the biggest show on television, but fanfiction readers call him something else: Book!AeneasWouldNever. Marcus gets out his frustrations with the show through anonymous stories about the internet’s favorite couple, Aeneas and Lavinia. But if anyone discovered his online persona, he’d be finished in Hollywood.

April Whittier has secrets of her own. A hardcore Lavinia fan, she’s long hidden her fanfic and cosplay hobbies from her “real life”—but not anymore. When she dares to post her latest costume creation on Twitter, her plus-size take goes viral. And when Marcus asks her out to spite her internet critics, truth officially becomes stranger than fanfiction.

On their date, Marcus quickly realizes he wants more from April than a one-time publicity stunt. But when he discovers she’s Unapologetic Lavinia Stan, his closest fandom friend, he has one more huge secret to keep from her.

With love and Marcus’s career on the line, can the two of them stop hiding once and for all, or will a match made in fandom end up prematurely cancelled?

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Spoiler Alert A Novel PDF

Olivia Dade grew up an undeniable nerd, prone to ignoring the world around her as she read any book she could find. Her favorites, though, were always, always romances. As an adult, she earned an M.A. in American history and worked in a variety of jobs that required the donning of actual pants: Colonial Williamsburg interpreter, high school teacher, academic tutor, and (of course) librarian. Now, however, she has finally achieved her lifelong goal of wearing pajamas all day as a hermit-like writer and enthusiastic hag. She currently lives outside Stockholm with her patient Swedish husband, their whip-smart daughter, and the family’s ever-burgeoning collection of books.

Dimensions and Characteristics of Spoiler Alert A Novel PDF

  • Identification Number ‏ : ‎ B083SN82NQ
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Avon; Unabridged edition (October 6, 2020)
  • Publication date ‏ : ‎ October 6, 2020
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • File size ‏ : ‎ 3139 KB
  • Text-to-Speech ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader ‏ : ‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Print length ‏ : ‎ 419 pages
  • Lending ‏ : ‎ Not Enabled
  • Best Sellers Rank: #19,423 in Kindle Store

Top reviews

Elise Matthesen
More than I expected, in the best possible way.
October 18, 2020

When I picked up SPOILER ALERT I was looking for a book to read between two intense nonfiction books dealing with current events. All I asked was that it have a happy ending and that it not hit me with a bunch of casual prejudice on the way there. A nice romance about a fat woman who is loved by a gorgeous guy with hidden depths seemed like just the ticket.

The sex was even hotter and more explicit that I expected, but if that were all, I would have counted it as a nice bonus and written a pleasant one-sentence review. It was the complexity of the characters and the way they dealt with their challenges, singly and together, particularly the hardest parts with each of their parents, that really got me. I won’t say more here, but if this strikes a chord, you should try this book. Also, this book has so much more than just a happy ending. The issues of being friends and lovers and partners and of having each other’s backs, and of community and solidarity under siege, are explored in multiple ways. I finished the book with a real respect and affection for these characters.

Recommended wholeheartedly. And now if you will excuse me, I need to go find out what else this writer has written.

Almost a unicorn
January 5, 2021

I’m trying to avoid spoilers, so please forgive me if I dance around a few things.

I put the e-book of this on hold at the library after reading an interview weeks back. Feels like months. And when I finally was able to download it, I let it sit until warnings appeared that I had only a few days left. I was afraid. I was horribly afraid that it would disappoint me. I was afraid that if I let myself be open to it, it would hurt me.

This is not the style of book I usually read. I have a distaste for most modern romances, with an exception for ones with a paranormal bent. I’ve long joked that it was because it is easier to believe in weredragons and one true mates than find a story with a fat female protagonist that wasn’t self hating, and/or a saccharine (or aspartame or sucralose if you prefer) falseness where all it takes to be happy and accepted is a change of attitude, and/or where the fat is turned into a fetish. And especially not one that I could imagine myself into without significant editing.

This still isn’t quite that book. April’s size (despite the glorious cover art) is kept vague enough that she is merely the generic Fat Woman who might wear anything over a size 14 but also let’s be honest and accept that she almost certainly maxes out at a size 20, maybe 22, possibly as large as a 26 if one is truly daring, because any larger than that requires suspending disbelief far past the Faeries and Vampires to believe how relatively mild the fat shaming was and how little it impacted her ability to go about her daily life. As someone well above that size, I can promise you her experience was what a superfat/oh my god death fat like myself often differentiates as that of a small fat or medium/midfat. I’ll spare the lecture on how it changes things, but it has all the feel of the normalized midfat experience. Which is still pretty daring and unusual.

The relationship was good. It was complex. It had problems with answers that might be called simple only in the way a lot of the hardest things are. It didn’t rely on a fat trope.

And the main reason that I bought a copy immediately after finishing? As well as every other book of the author’s available on kindle? Because of the simple, sweet, natural enjoyment Marcus had of April’s body. It literally made me cry because of how much I have needed to see that. For it to be casual. Normal.

Anyway, highly recommend.
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Tisha A
If you like Game of Thrones and fandom, this book is for you
October 10, 2020

This book is my latest read in the contemporary genre. I like these types of books because I find the characters relatable and familiar to me, like close friends. “Spoiler Alert” by Olivia Dade is no exception and spoiler alert: I loved it.

“Spoiler Alert” has the perfect trappings of a book made for fandoms. With pieces of fanfics littered throughout, I found myself wishing that “Gods of Gates” was a real series. The series in the novel has many similarities to the way “Game of Thrones” was adapted into a show that fans loved until the showrunners decided to take it in their own direction diverging from the books. It even has a little nod to someone accidentally leaving something modern in a shot, this time a water bottle instead of a coffee cup, which I thought was clever.

Marcus is an actor on the show whos spare time is spent moonlighting as a fanfic writer. Going by the name Book!Aeneaswouldnever, he often criticizes how the showrunners are treating the characters. He actually plays the character Aeaneas on “Gods of Gates”, so he has to keep his hobby a secret from everyone or he could be in breach of his contract. April, the female lead of the story, is also a fanfiction writer under the title UnapologeticLaviniaStan. She writes about how strong Lavinia’s character is, her relationship with Aeneas, and adds some modern alternate versions of the story. Online April and Marcus form a connection, with April having no idea that she is talking to the lead of her favorite tv show.

April posts a picture of herself in cosplay on Twitter. After she is bullied by fans of the show because of her weight, Marcus steps in and decides to ask her on a date. Neither knowing that they are longtime friends consultants on their fanfics.

The thing that I loved the most about the book is that both of the leads feel real, like people you would know. The description of April being plus sized, her vibrant red hair and her love of all things that are nerdy was like it could have been written about me. While Marcus literally looks like a god, he actually has some things about him as well that are familiar, not only having his own love of fandom, but also having dyslexia and having to over come that. He is also incredibly shy to the point of having to act differently than his actual personality.

As someone who is very engrossed in fandom culture and have been for years, this book felt like a love letter to me and so many others. That the usually plain and unassuming girl can be noticed and celebrates no matter what your size you can have a place in the cosplay community. This is an ongoing issue that I have seen in our world today with fat shaming and fandom policing. It is a good reminder that we are all flawed no matter how imperfect or perfect we seem on the outside. It also touches base on parents who mean well but can be harmful in what they say when trying to make someone the best version of themselves. As someone who has had to deal with that myself I almost cheered reading about the characters standing up for themselves.

If you have been engulfed in fandom yourself, have written fanfics, or have felt like an outsider, you will find a home in this story. I cannot recommend this enough to everyone.
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