Will star-bound Casey Singer trade “finally famous” for “love at last”?
Casey Singer is a self-proclaimed brat who trusts no one. This B-list actress and model uses her body and brains to obtain superstar-status. Casey is far from an overnight success and has become skilled at covering up her hard-bought scars with make-up and stage lights in order to claim her place in the spotlight. After a walk-off stint as a TV weather girl in Kansas, Casey is struck by love when a handsome record executive with soulful eyes accidentally hits her with his car on an icy pavement. Casey literally falls for him, but in addition to having a heart-stopping smile, he appears to have a secret life that keeps him just out of reach. No matter. Casey has zero room in her life for anything as unpredictable as romance. And, as luck would have it—is now slated for the job of her dreams as the millennial chosen to co-host a new cutting-edge network talk show.
When the ultimate moment of truth arrives, Casey is forced to make a crucial and impossible choice—her career, or the toughest role of her life?
Blonde Up! is a fast-paced, indulgent read where love and lust for fame compete for Hollywood gold. This book is the first in the four-part “Secrets and Stilettos” series by Jamie Collins, author of must-read women’s fiction about the all-woman ensemble cast of daytime’s newest talk-fest, The Gab. Scroll up and click the Look Inside feature on the top left-hand side of the page.
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“Blonde Up!” by Jamie Collins was a tantalizing read, full of intrigue and insight into the world of show business. A perfect read for the beach or poolside, you’ll be amazed at the turns of events. Just when you think you have it all figured out, a curve ball is thrown your way!. I give this book two thumbs up!!
About the Author
Jamie Collins is a native Chicagoan. She holds a degree in Communications and Psychological Studies with graduate work in secondary education, and has also published inspirational poetry and short fiction. Her short story, “Independence Day” which is included in her collection, “Quick Lit,” was reprinted from the 2001 issue of the literary magazine, The Armchair Aesthete. Jamie Collins writes lighthearted commercial fiction for readers who enjoy romance/comedy novels, featuring strong female protagonists. Her themes often center around the world of media and entertainment appealing to both men and women alike.
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