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Starlit by Lisa Rinna was a very light and fast read. Not completely shallow, but not as deep as it should have been. If Lisa Rinna wasn't famous, I know this book would never have been produced. I never really connected with the characters and too many emotional issues were rushed through. The only parts that were intense were intense sex parts .It actually would have been better if it were longer, especially the end, which wrapped things up way to abruptly. Voila, forgiven, HEA. Pam Anderson's book was a lot better, not that every famous person who writes a book should be compared. Oh, and my usual complaint applies - it's absolutely not worth $25 for what's really a novella, with large print and lots of white space in a book that's already skinny. So I rate this 2 stars out of 5.

Book Blurb for Starlit

In this town, you’re either it or you’re out.

Glamorous parties, flashing lights, red carpets—Tally Jones has worked hard to join Hollywood’s A-list since she moved to Los Angeles. She finally gets her break on the hit nighttime soap opera Dana Point, with a coveted role that allows the former small-town girl to trade her crisp waiter uniform for a breathtaking ball gown, a career as a glittering starlet, and a red-hot arm charm: chiseled hunk Gabriel McNamara, the king of prime-time medical drama.

Ratings have skyrocketed since Tally replaced veteran diva Susie Sheppard on the show, and her performance earned her an Emmy nomination. But celebrity has its dark side, too. Tally’s financial adviser makes off with her savings, and Gabriel’s kinky sexploits and paparazzi baiting have Tally wondering why there isn’t a better leading man in her life.

There is: the successful film producer Mac Carlton, who has been in love with her from the moment he set eyes on her. With Mac at her side, Tally is living the Hollywood dream—until Susie arranges for her character to make a comeback, then schemes to oust her popular costar from the limelight. Upon learning of Tally and Mac’s engagement, Susie sharpens her claws to snag Mac. She’s out to ruin Tally’s life completely. But Tally won’t go down without a fight. She’s determined to bring down her on- and off-screen nemesis and claim the sparkling happy ending she deserves.

Beloved actress, television personality, and New York Times bestselling author of Rinnavation, Lisa Rinna delivers a deliciously revealing roman à clef about life on and off the red carpet. Filled with colorful characters, Hollywood insider details, scandalous backstabbing, and more than a few scenes—and villains—from Lisa’s real life, Starlit combines the fun of Days of Our Lives, Melrose Place, and Us Weekly into one titillating Hollywood drama.

Night Owl Reviews Nov, 2010 2.00