Forever in Hollywood
Marissa has landed a role that could give her a real start as an actress. Unfortunately that means that she will have to move from Boston to Hollywood for filming, much to her husband’s protest. He has cheated on her and goes just short of giving her an ultimatum that if she leaves, it’s over. When she meets and gets close to her costar Andrew, she soon learns what a real relationship could feel like. But Andrew has a reputation as quite the womanizer, especially when it comes to his costars. When the two begin a relationship, how will the other actors accept their relationship, knowing that Marissa is still married?
I found it hard to relate with nearly all of the characters in the book. There was little depth to their relationships and a lack of passion, both in love and hate, in all of their interactions. An odd shift in narrative from first person to third person about three-quarters of the way through the book also made it hard to connect with the story overall. It is an interesting premise, especially with the element of intrigue toward the end, but the execution comes up a bit short.
The Wild Rose Press, Inc.