When the only way for 15 year old photographer, Kip Chanin, to earn a living is as paparazzi, she can’t say no. Kip’s first photo is of Alex Milne, the handsome and volatile young actor. That one photo changes both their lives. Kip finds herself challenged to be a better photographer, a better daughter and to be a better friend. For someone used to getting by on her own, this could be Kip’s biggest lesson. The second biggest--You do what you have to in Hollywood to survive
Kip's thoughts on the people that dwell in "Beautifulpeopleville" will have you laughing out loud. She has to be the most cynical teenager I've ever had the pleasure to meet even if just in a book.
This book isn't something I'd generally read, yet when I saw it, it called to me. Perhaps it was my love of photography and knowing that Kip, like anyone who loves the feel of a camera in their hands, has to have that perfect shot no matter the cost.
Perhaps my brain simply needed a break from the endless barrage of the normal stuff I read. Regardless of the reason, I'm happy I found this book. It's brought many smiles in the hours I've read it. And trust me you won't want to stop reading once you start this book will hold you that tightly.