Thursday, October 15, 2015

Mamarazzi ~ Brooke Williams

Please Welcome Brooke Williams

Danica Bennett isn't sure what she hates more...her job or the fact that she's good at it. As one of the many Hollywood paparazzi, she lives her life incognito and sneaks around trying to get the best shot of the latest star. When she is mistaken for an extra on a new, up and coming TV show, her own star rises and she becomes the one in the photographs. Add that to the fact that she's falling for her co-star, Eliot Lane, and Danica is in a whole heap of trouble.

My Review:  Danica Bennett is doing a job she hates to pay the bills and keep her mother comfortable in the Alzheimer’s home. Danica is better than any other paparazzi in Hollywood, but her name is a secret since she soiled the reputations of many famous people.
Quite by accident, while she’s on the studio lot trying to get some scoop pictures, she’s mistaken for an extra and whisked on to the set of the new sitcom Cousins. There she meets Gage Malone and Eliot Lane, the co-stars. Lane can’t take his eyes off her.

She’s suddenly thrust into stardom and her life as the Mamarazzi starts to unravel. With threats from her agent and the vengeful appearance of her cousin Vesper, Danica must come clean with Eliot. They’ve fallen for each other and her past will ruin everything.

Ms. Williams delivers an interesting behind the camera view of the paparazzi. This is an enjoyable well-written novel with a sweet romance.

About the Author:  Brooke Williams is an award winning author and freelance writer. She has written hundreds of articles as well as several novels including Someone Always Loved You and Wrong Place, Right Time. Brooke has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Morningside College with a double major in Mass Communications and Religious Studies. She has 12 years of experience in radio broadcasting both behind the scenes and on air. She was also a TV traffic reporter for a brief time. Brooke and her husband Sean married in 2002 and have two daughters, Kaelyn and Sadie.

1 comment:

Lynn Lovegreen said...

What a great concept, Brooke! Thanks for the post, Victoria.