“Romance, sex… [Marr] clearly knows her way around Hollywood. Saucy… bound to be compared to certain Jackie Collins titles not just because of the Hollywood subject matter but also because Marr brings a similar ferocious energy to her writing.”
“Marr’s titillating debut… Marr offers plenty of steamy romance. Each woman gets a string of lovers–some winners, some losers–in her bawdy romp.”
“Hollywood power-puff Marr pulls back the curtain on the wizards of Tinseltown… The girls’ club cutthroat and callous turns out to be a lot like the boys’ club, but cattier and more fun to read about.”
“Maggie Marr’s L.A. story of friendships, scandals, and crazy egos is as fun and entertaining as any Hollywood blockbuster.”
—Social Life Magazine
As any A-lister knows in Hollywood, the climb to the top is a treacherous one and these stilettos better be made for stomping. When four friends form a pact to bust the male-dominated industry and make a blockbuster film, they are in for more than what they bargained for.
There’s “Cici” Solange, a stunning movie queen clinging to stardom by a manicured fingernail; her agent, Jessica Caulfield, president of CTA (the most “powerful” agency in town) determined to keep her top-notch client list and position; billion-dollar producer Lydia Albright, fighting to a bring a sure-fire hit to the screen before she’s fired by a new studio chief; and writer Mary Ann Meyers, plucked from obscurity to write the $1.5-million screenplay that brings all the players together.
To their dismay, the fab four discover that the girls’ club can be equally as cutthroat as the boy’s club and it’s most definitely cattier. Having friends with power is crucial, but having friends you can trust is even better. In Hollywood, success lasts seconds and you’re only as good as your last hit. When your career is in jeopardy, the only people who will save you are your friends.