"A delicious novel."—People
"According to a Source, written by a real celebrity journalist insider, captures the Hollywood lifestyle perfectly."
—PopSugar, 26 Brilliant Books You Should Read This Spring
"Readers who relish celebrity gossip will have a blast...?n this fun, frothy read."
"Fast-paced and charming...?eaders will eat [it] up."—Kirkus Reviews
"I had SO much fun with this hysterical novel about Hollywood."
—Lucy Sykes, author of The Knockoff
"Reminded me of Sophie Kinsella's Shopaholic—but with A-list celebrities instead of shoes!"
—Lauren Willig, New York Times bestselling author
"Abby Stern's debut is dishy, wise, and full of heart. Think you can't love a Hollywood gossip? Think again. Stern has written a winner."—Michelle Gable, New York Times bestselling author of A Paris Apartment and I'll See You in Paris
Ella Warren loves her job working for celebrity news magazine, The Life, as an undercover reporter. Her evenings are spent using her alias to discreetly attend red carpet events, nightclubs, and Hollywood hotspots like the fabulous Chateau Marmont, where her eyes are always peeled for the next big celebrity story.
When Ella's new Devil Wears Prada-type boss starts a not-so-friendly competition among the reporters to find an exclusive story or be fired, the stakes are higher than ever. But is being in Hollywood's elite inner circle worth jeopardizing her friendship with budding actress Holiday Hall and her relationships with her boyfriend and her family? As the competition grows fiercer, her life becomes intertwined in a public scandal that may cost her everything.
A juicy, big-hearted novel about a young woman who loses herself in a fast-paced, glamorous world where finding your authentic self isn't easy.
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