Remember My Name - Havana Adams
Source: Author request
What price would you pay for fame?
Scriptwriter Talia knows ambition: she sees it in the mirror every day. But working with the world’s biggest divas should come with a health-warning. And when she finds herself in actress Tamara’s bad books, her own claws don’t look so sharp anymore.
Suddenly, Talia’s back to looking up at the stars – and even more determined to take her place among them. And when she lands a job with Alex Golden - legendary womanizer, LA bad-boy and Hollywood’s hottest property - it looks like she could be on her way up. So long as she steers clear of Alex’s scandalous propositions…
But Talia hasn’t nearly seen the worst that ambition can do. Because the road to fame may glitter… but it’s no easy ride. And in a world where winner takes all, some people will stop at nothing to claim their prize.
When Havana Adams kindly offered me to review copy of Remember My Name, I wasn't to sure it was my kind of book at all. How wrong was I? It had absolutely everything I adore in a book. Havana on her website says 'She's bringing sexy back' with this book and she has indeed done that.
Remember My Name follows Hollywood heartthrob, Alex Golden, in his quest to stay at the top of his game, after word gets around that he is no longer Hollywoods number one. When sadly his grandfather passes, he returns to his hometown of London. In London we are introduced to Alex's high end magazine worker sister Helena, her best friend and soap script writer Talia, and soap star and mega bitch Tamara. Combined together these four make a time bomb of drama and brilliance. They all have so much depth as characters and the interlocking of them all has you very intrigued to find out what the hell is going to happen next.
I really enjoyed this read, it's fast-paced and full to bursting of lust, drama, bitchyness and romance. Everything fell right into place and I found myself deeply engrossed. I must admit there were a few teenie tiny times I found my mind wandering though as I found it getting a tad repetitive, but overall I thought it was great. A cracking read.
I Fully recommend this to all romance and new adult readers who love a gritty and thorough read.