Dorky New England teenager Holly Baker meets fashionable Stacy Goldfarb and is invited to New York City. Their unique friendship results in a wildly successful fashion company allowing them access to “A” list actors and directors. The lucky streak ends when they borrow production money from Stacy’s badseed, drug-ridden brother and the movie bombs.A desperate solution to murder clueless writer Sean Sterling backfires, inviting romance and gunfire.
The chapters alternate between Sterling’s tale and Holly’s autobiography. Along the way they talk about friendship, sex, writing, the "industry", creativity, selling out and what ultimately happened that deadly afternoon in Holly’s Beverly Hills mansion.“I love reading stories with sex, drugs and rock and roll.There’s a definite lack of music in this one.” Jack Weston, Senior Editor, Wilton Place Publishing “A wild, non-linear story filled with great thoughts and ideas about following your dream. It’s even better the second time.” Richard Goldfarb, Daytime Television Producer “If your plan is to become a millionaire novelist, you should take a break and read this… NOW!” Greg Richards, Literary Agent “Holly insisted on telling the reader not to turn to the second to the last page. Her plan was to put a list of enticing plot tidbits there to trick unsuspecting bookstore browsers into purchasing the book. There also had to be a sinister character who would become a major threat. The book had to be fewer than three hundred pages and have deaths at the end to make the story more dramatic.” Sean Sterling, Writer