By Kristina Adams

Hollywood Heartbreak

Heart breaker. Rule breaker. Game changer.

Tate and Jack haven’t spoken in over a year. It looks like they’ve grown apart. Or have they?

Tate’s about to launch her first perfume with her investor boyfriend by her side. Her new album is skyrocketing in the charts and she’s about to embark on a new tour. Everything seems idyllic. But it’s her job to play pretend…

Jack, meanwhile just got arrested. Drinking worse than ever and with no signs of stopping, if he doesn’t clean up his act soon, he’s in big trouble. How much further will he go before he self destructs?

Will Tate and Jack’s paths lead them back into each other’s arms for good, or are they really over this time? Find out in the penultimate book in the Hollywood Gossip series.

Out 25 January 2022.

Kristina Adams and her dog, Millie

Fiction and nonfiction author

Kristina Adams

Kristina is the author of the bestselling What Happens in… series about two friends who get caught up in the world of celebrity. She’s now working on the spin-off series, Hollywood Gossip.

She’s also published three nonfiction books for writers, Writing Myths, Productivity for Writers, and How to Write Believable Characters.

In 2021, she started publishing her fantasy series under her new pen name, K.C. Adams. The series is about a mother and daughter who just happen to be ghost hunters. Think of it like an English Gilmore Girls…with ghosts.

When she isn’t working on her books, she’s freelancing as a content marketer, teaching writing over at The Writer’s Cookbook, or spending time with her dog, Millie.


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