Anna David turns her reporter's eye for detail toward Tinseltown's seedy underbelly yet again and "eloquently and humorously unveil s] what could be a new subgenre: Chick Lit with a Message" (New York Post).
Tired of gathering banal quotes from the B-list on the sidelines of the red carpet, Emma Swanson publicly yearns for a more substantial career but privately dreams of a hotshot boyfriend to transport her into the beating heart of the Hollywood scene. Instead, she meets Jessica--beautiful, cavalier, manipulative--who shamelessly trades sex for the gifts it can bring. Convinced that writing a story about Jessica and her ilk would seriously boost her journalistic cred, Emma soon finds herself sucked into a world where the luxuries of prettied-up prostitution may cost more than she ever expected.
“Trying to pick sides is all part of the fun, as is asking yourself: What would you do to get what you want?…I practically devoured this.”
“David presents a glitzy, glamorous, gossipy novel.”
“[David] eloquently and humorously unveil[s] what could be a new subgenre: Chick Lit with a Message.”
-New York Post
“[David] Simultaneously channel[s] Charles Bukowski and Anaïs Nin…with a truly authentic voice that makes Sex and the City look like Disneyland.”
-Ian Kerner, New York Times Bestselling author of She Comes First