Review: LA Nights by Lucy Lord

Title: LA Nights

Author: Lucy Lord

Pages: 37 Pages

The Blurb

A short story from the hilarious author of A Girl Called Summer – find out what Tamara was up to before her Ibiza adventures!

Tamara Gold was Hollywood’s biggest wildchild, but the time has come to settle down at last with the man of her dreams: Jack Meadows, hunk of the moment, has finally proposed. But now she has to meet his parents – the celebrated rocker, Filthy Meadows and his fiery wife, Maria Gonzalez – ex-groupie and tiger mother. Will Tamara be able to keep her cool with her future in-laws?

A cracking short story that takes place just before the events of A Girl Called Summer.

The Review

LA Nights by Lucy Lord is the short story of a celebrity lover’s dream. It has actors, musicians and groupies. It has sex, sandal and blackmail and all this happens in just 37 pages. Don’t be put off by the small amount of story because Lucy Lord has packed LA Nights with chock full of dramarama.

I bloody loved it.

LA Nights focuses on Tamara Gold – a stunning actress with a wild child reputation and the antithesis of what Maria Gonzalez wants for her son, Jack Meadows. So when the two announce their engagement Maria is livid and will stop at nothing to make things difficult for the couple.

Tamara knows she has a battle on her hands. Meeting the parents for the first time is tough but when you have a past that makes Drew Barrymore’s childhood look saintly Tamara knows she has to up her game.

LA Nights is the first in a series of short stories which is followed by a full novel and man oh man I cannot wait to dive into the rest.

LA Nights by Lucy Lord.

Follow Lucy Lord (@LucyLord1) on Twitter.

LA Nights

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