Blonde Ambition: An A-List Novel
Little, Brown & Co., 2004 (2004)
Reviewed by Hilary Williamson
n this 3rd
episode, Anna Percy has finally achieved her goal - only two weeks after coming to LA, she's '
wild and free
' and has
done the deed
, after resolving a series of misunderstandings, with her perfect match, Ben Birnbaum. She also has a job interning on hit TV show '
', working for her nemesis Cammie's dad Clark Sheppard. Life should be perfect.
ut it's never that simple. Anna feels awful about telling Adam Flood that she only wants to '
'. Ben's continual attentions begin to smother her. And she finds herself interested in other hotties, like the mysterious Django, who lives in her father's guesthouse, and co-exec producer/writer Danny Bluestone. Anna is confused.
ad girl Cammie's discontent is rising. Her friend Dee has reformed, and Sam has befriended Anna, who Cammie sees as '
the kiss of death
' to her own desires. If that were not enough, a young stepsister, Mia, has moved into Cammie's home and borrows her clothes. Then Cammie's restless eye falls on Adam Flood and what starts as a game turns into something sincere and serious. Can it last?
, Zoey Dean gives us an enticing tale of musical relationships in
amongst young people with too much money and too much ego. But beneath the surface, it's also a story that celebrates the possibilities of youth, ambition and love. Great fun for older teens.
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