3.5 stars. This was cute, quick, and easy to tear through. If I hadn't known that this was a retelling of Pride and Prejudice, I might have gone lower out of a desire to want to smack the younger sister around repeatedly. Okay, well I still wanted to, but at least I knew that she had been written that way for a reason.The book was fun. I'm a bit over the average girl hooking the perfect guy, but in this case, it made a lot of sense. The "hot" guy was a well-known son of famous movie-star parents, and was used to girls tripping all over themselves to get to him. So naturally, he was going to fall for the girl who didn't know who he was, and didn't care once she found out. I don't blame him, really. Who would want to go through life knowing that people only wanted you because of your name? There isn't much else to say about Epic Fail. There wasn't much epic going on, but there also wasn't much fail going on either, so it was a decent read. I had been recovering from a cold and wasn't in the mood to try and work through something heavier, and this book worked out nicely for me.