Where does friendship stop and love begin?
At just 19, Kendall Bettencourt is Hollywood’s hottest young starlet with the world at her feet – but behind the glamour and designer dresses is a girl who longs for normal.
Payton Taylor is Kendall’s best friend since childhood, and the one person who reminds her of who she really is – her refuge from the craziness of celebrity life.
With her career taking off, Kendall moves Payton to LA to help keep her sane. But Payton is hiding a secret that could make everything ten times worse. Because to her, Kendall is more than a best friend – she is the only girl that she has ever loved.
Just as they need each other more than ever, they’ll have to answer the question of where friendship stops and love begins? And find out whether the feelings they have can survive the mounting pressure of fame…
3 of 5 stars
This was a really easy read, and it had lots of potential. I wanted to love it more than I did.
The good parts were Kendall & Payton’s relationship as friends. I felt they cared about each other. The underlying sexual and romantic tension also felt real most of the time. I also thought the conflict of what society/Hollywood would think made it stronger than just “will she/won’t she” because there was something bigger coming between them.
That said, I had to downgrade because of the bi-negativity other reviewers mentioned, the multiple times “retard” was used ::cringes:: and that the two points-of-view just sounded way too much like one person. It was a good read if you are looking for something light.