STARS COLLIDE
by Janice Thompson

January 2011
ISBN: 978-0-8007-3345-2
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Kat Jennings and Scott Murphy play two people in love on a television sit-com. But in real life, they are in love too. When the lines between real life and TV-fantasy blur they hope (and try) to keep their real-life relationship under wraps.


Katís grandmother, Lenora, is a 1940ís star, and she still thinks she is ďthe catís meowĒ. She insists her home be on the map of starís homes, dresses in 1940ís fashions and seems offended when sheís not center-stage. Even when Katís fans try to take a picture with Kat, Lenora shoves her way into the shot.


When the on-stage proposal for TV is filmed, Lenora mistakes it for the real thing and that is when Katís (and Scottís) lives begin to spiral out of control. How can they keep their real life relationship out of the tabloids? Will their fledgling romance survive the paparazzi, wedding preparations, and misinformed family?


Stars Collide is a fun-filled look at Hollywood with itís quirky, bigger-than-life characters. Readers have long expected Ms. Thompsonís books to be humorous wedding tales and Stars Collide is no different.


I enjoyed reading Stars Collide and getting to know Kat, Scott, and Grandma Lenora (as well as a host of other secondary characters). If you like contemporary romance, Hollywood drama, and wedding stories, then Stars Collide is something you canít miss. Pick up your copy today.


Reviewed in January 2011 by Laura.

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