It’s a not-so-well-respected rule in Hollywood that what happens on location stays on location. But when a hot young leading man winds up dead in his Rome hotel room, his costar’s life is about to go off the rails in a very public way—even by celeb standards.
At the tender age of twenty-three, Mercy Talbot has won an Oscar, battled addiction, wrecked more than her share of cars, and burned down her house. Her look-alike mother keeps her on a tight leash (and fueled with an endless supply of OxyContin and cocaine) and her producers demand a grueling schedule. By the time she stumbles across Juliette Greyson, a Hollywood insider on a much-needed vacation, Mercy is surrounded by photographers and about to emerge drunk, high, and naked from a public fountain. Whisking her away to an idyllic Tuscan ‘retreat,’ Juliette is about to discover another rule of Hollywood: wherever the starlet may go, the drama will follow.
As with my other contests, there are really no set rules for qualifying for an entry, other than by emailing me directly with your name and email address at delgalreviews(at)gmail(dot)com, or simply reply to this post with the same information. Follow me if you like me, not just to get an entry!
This contest will run until June 30th, then three winners will be randomly selected from the entries, and will be notified on the 1st of July, or thereabouts.
Although not a requirement, winners are encouraged to write up a review after reading The Starlet and I will post it on here.
Feeling particularly lucky? Go check out the author's website to enter in her contests too - You can win a trip to Los Angeles or Spannocchia, signed copies of her book, or, for book bloggers, if you write up a review of her book, you can enter to win a luncheon meeting in New York with a literary agent!
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