Coming FALL OF 2018!
Lily Madison-Vaughn and Gemma Perry may not have wanted uber-unpopular Taylor French at their party—but they certainly didn’t want her dead. But when the unthinkable happens, Lily and Gemma fear for their futures and quickly shift into cover-up mode.
Meanwhile, television producer Freddy Levin blows into town to film a new reality show based on the privileged and glamorous students of Bel Air High. The missing student angle is too juicy for Freddy to resist. Lily and Gemma concoct an elaborate ruse to keep Taylor’s death a secret while they jockey for airtime and celeb status.
With cameras constantly rolling and their clique acting stranger and stranger, the girls search frantically for a way out of the mess they’ve made. But where do you turn when your popularity is on the line and everyone has a secret?
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A Thousand Dollars for a Kiss offers a priceless and hilarious–look at what can lie beneath the glitz and glamour of celebrity. Cindy Bokma infuses this “be careful what you wish for” tale with great energy, humor, and sharp, witty social observation.
–Gayle Brandeis, author of Fruitflesh: Seeds of Inspiration for Women Who Write, The Book of Dead Birds, and Self Storage
” A Thousand Dollars for a Kiss is a biting piece of social satire about our obsession with celebrity culture, cleverly cloaked in the perfume-scented guise of ‘chick lit.’ I practically inhaled the story and loved how Bokma seamlessly wove a morality tale into the lighthearted, fast-paced narrative. Bokma’s writing is funny, smart, and incisive, and I didn’t want the book to end!”
—Jen Lancaster, author of Bitter is the New Black
A Thousand Dollars For A Kiss is a fun, funny, and thoughtful novel. Barrett Greer is one of a kind, and true-to-life. What a pleasure to live in her world for a little while.
— Laura Dave, author of LONDON IS THE BEST CITY IN AMERICA
“A superficial, celebrity-obsessed heroine who will have you laughing out loud and cheering on her transformation.”
—Robyn Harding, author of The Journal of Mortifying Moments and The Secret Desires of a Soccer Mom
“What seems to start out as a standard, although engaging, story of girl-meets-Hollywood ends up surprisingly real and a little bit dark. There had better be a sequel — I have to know what happens to these characters next.”
– Amy DeZellar, author of Dating Amy