Brea moves to Los Angeles to be a screenwriter and gets involved with men from home and LA.
I did not like most of these people at all. Brea and Drew (as well as Drew's many "friends") were so shallow that I was disgusted by them. All Brea worried about was clothes and sex. She was raped but went along with it instead of calling the cops especially with Drew. He is a whacked out job. I truly could not relate to her. I was in shock that she tells Drew off but never goes to the cops. She finally finds a good guy and she messes it up. I liked Kale and Maya. They seemed the only ones who were realistic and down-to-earth.
The author can write (which is why I finished the book.) She had me feeling emotions towards the characters (probably not the ones she wanted me to feel.) She also writes good sex scenes. I would like to see her write a book with less shallow characters who care about something or someone rather than how people or events affect/serve them. I probably will not read the next book of the series because I only want to know what happens between Brea and Kale and the blurb for the next book mentions Kale but he's in a list with others. I will, however, look for other books by her because I liked her writing style.