Saturday, June 21, 2014

Review: The Hollywood Version by Harry K. Malone

The Hollywood Version
The Hollywood Version by Harry K. Malone

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Mark Lawler moved from a small town where everyone was "Minnesota Nice" to make his dreams come true in Hollywood. Somewhere along the way he lost himself. Becoming more focused on his image and living the lifestyle that on being true to himself. A popular television star he seems to have the perfect life; a beautiful wife, awesome best friend and is riding a rising star.

Nothing in Tinseltown is ever as it seems. His relationship with his wife lacks passion, and the rising sexual tension between his best friend and costar Zach has him questioning his sexual orientation.

When rumors begin to run rampant about his so-called relationship triangle the fickle beast of fame turns on Mark and his life begins to fall apart at an alarming rate. Turning to the only friend he has left, a man named Ross from his home town; Mark begins to realize how superficial he has become and it's time to make some hard choices about who he really is.

A well written romance with complex characters, an intricately developed story line, and raw emotional exploration. The Hollywood Version is more than a love story. It's about honesty, making the right choices, and being true to who you are. Readers will fall in love with Mark as they follow him on this unique journey of self discovery.

A copy of The Hollywood Version was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.

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