When she’s hired to adapt the blockbuster novel, Beautiful Darkness, for film, screenwriter Jessica Yates sees an opportunity she can’t pass up. The only thing standing between her and a guaranteed hit movie is the author. Lynn Baldwin’s rise from Midwestern housewife to literary superstardom has gone straight to her head, and she’s not willing to see her creation hit the screen without her total approval.
As the entire creative team struggles with the hard-to-please author, Jessica’s personal life spins out of control. When there’s more relationship drama and kinky sex off the page than on, she’s forced to reevaluate what she really wants—before Beautiful Darkness destroys her Hollywood dreams forever.
If you are one of those that gets butt hurt when anyone disses 50 Shades don’t read this book! Say Goodbye to Hollywood is a wonderful farce that exposes Hollywood and the crap storm that surrounded the making of the movie. The relationship between Jessica and Jack was fun to watch in all of its iterations. Watching Jessica deal with the ego of newbie author Lynn Baldwin’s ego had me in stitches. I loved the character of Jessica. She thought she had it all together until she didn’t. This book was fantastic!