Hollywood is a town where the famous and fame-seekers congregate. Keeping it all going is the publicity machine that aims to put their clients' names up in lights as well as keep a lid on any scandals. Assistant publicist Nicole works for Gaynor, who has no problem pimping her out to clients, including the devilishly handsome Scottish actor Seamus. Her friend Billy makes his dough leaking stories to the press, while her flatmate Kara is hoping to transition from stylist to reality TV star.
Written by two insiders (Dickson is an entertainment reporter and Ketsoyan a publicist), who claim "the jaw-dropping scandals are real but the names are not", it's all a bit crude, with plenty of sex, drugs and power games. At the end I couldn't decide if I enjoyed it or not. For those looking for a racy read about the glitz and seediness of Tinseltown.