Sunday, September 1, 2013

Review: The Star Attraction by Alison Sweeney

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"Can you blame a publicist for blurring the lines between what's real and what's a dream, when her client is a gorgeous actor? Alison Sweeney's novel is an entertaining, backstage glimpse at those who organize the lives of the Hollywood elite. It's great fun for any reader who secretly sneaks peeks at People magazine in the checkout line at the grocery store, and wonders, What if . . . ?" --Jodi Picoult, New York Times bestselling author of Lone Wolf and The Storyteller 

Sophie is a Hollywood publicist who has a fabulous job, a fabulous boyfriend, and a fabulous life. She even scores her PR firm's most important actor client and every woman's dream—Billy Fox. 

But will a steamy make-out session in a restaurant alley with her big-name client cost Sophie her job? And does she really want an escape from her life and her loving, if imperfect, relationship with her investment banker boyfriend? The Star Attraction takes us on a wild ride through one woman's daytime soap come to life. 




Sweeney knows the industry; the good, bad and ugly side of it.  She uses her knowledge to weave a story about self discovery, making decisions and living with the consequences.  Sweeney paints a vivid, detailed portrait of the people places and events in The Star Attraction.  A quick, fun chick lit read.  3 stars



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