Hollywood Girls Club
A NovelBook - 2007
The climb to the top of the Hollywood ladder is treacherous, especially in stilettos. And as any A-lister knows, even harder than getting to the top is staying there.Hollywood Girls Clubfollows the well-heeled footsteps of three power players who are determined not to lose their footing: Jessica, the agency president with hot, demanding clients and an ice-cold fiance?; Celeste, the megastar whose action-flick-director husband just dumped her for a fresh-faced newcomer; and Lydia, the producer with the magic touch whose new boss is personally waging a campaign to ruin her career. They've been friends for a long time, and in the poisonous petri dish of the film industry, having friends with power is crucialÑbut having friends you can trust is even better. For the first time, the stars have aligned and Jessica, Celeste, and Lydia are all working on the same project, a big-budget action movie calledSeven Minutes Past Midnight. The movie is going to be goodÑblockbuster goodÑif they can ever get it wrapped. But between complicated personal lives, mind games and backstabbing, and a movie studio head with an unfortunate resemblance to an evil leprechaun, there has been more than the usual amount of chaos during filming. It will take all their collective clout to get this movie into theaters. Together with Mary Anne, a naive writer from Minnesota whom they plucked from obscurity to polish Lydia's script, the girls fight, Hollywood style, to make this film a box-office hit. Shifting from one woman's perspective to ano-ther's, this addictive page-turner takes you inside L.A. to reveal the inner workings of Hollywood and how strong-willed women navigate the shifting landscape of influence and control. No more tales from the assistant's officeÑHollywood Girls Clubis the story of the players themselves, with their sometimes ugly motivations, humanizing frailties, grandiose scandals, and the lasting friendships you can find, even in the Hollywood jungle.
Publisher: New York : Crown Publishers, 2007
Edition: 1st ed
Characteristics: 294 p. ; 25 cm