Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Spoiled by Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan - Review

"You say spoiled like it's a bad thing"

16-year-old Molly Dix grew up with her Mom in suburban Indiana. But on her death bed, her Mom confesses to a secret: her biological father is Brick Berlin. THE Brick Berlin, world famous movie star and director. And, of course, her Mom wants her to get to know her father. So, like any good soap opera heroine, off she heads to LA, leaving behind her friends, grandparents, and boyfriend. Yes, she's terrified - and, truth be told, rather excited - about meeting Brick and her step-sister, Brooke.

And thus Molly finds herself in the middle of celebrity life in LA, dealing with new-found fame, the paparazzi, clothes shopping, and Brooke herself. It's hilarious, fun to spot celebrity cameos, and full of fashion, Hollywood glamor, and innuendo. No question, this is The perfect beach read for anyone who loves to dish the dirt on the rich and famous.

And if you haven't checked out their blog, www.gofugyourself.com, it is one of the funniest sites I've read. I LOVE it.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

love the blog. Am certainly interested in this

Heather Ludviksson said...

Hello! I work for a new publisher in Washington state called Booktrope. We just released a new young adult novel, The Dirt, written by author Lori Culwell. Lori's first novel, Hollywood Car Wash, was originally self published, then was acquired and re-released by Simon & Schuster.

If you enjoyed Spoiled by Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan, we think you'll love The Dirt (as well as Hollywood Car Wash!). If you are interested in a reviewer's copy, please contact me at heather.ludviksson@booktrop.com.

Heather Ludviksson

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