Iowan Marnie Miller came to L.A. to write (and, okay, maybe to escape ridicule for being named for her town's first organic dairy cow.) So what if her first paid job is penning the Web site musings of C-list sci-fi star Hill Valley, a ditsy, implant-laden narcissist who loses publicists faster than she can lob bottles of Fiji Water at them?
Soon Marnie's embroiled in a love triangle -- or maybe a square – with ultra-talented young director Aaron Rook; rugged and finally back on his game actor Brayden Geneseo and a mystery fan, who might really be wooing Hill – and her vinyl spacesuit.
What Marnie saw as a first writing job now has Hill Valley in competition for Celebrity of the Year, not to mention heartbroken, drunk and sleeping on Marnie's couch. All's fair in love and war – so why's Hollywood exempt?
too many people, too many little clever phrases, you're awash in cute and you've missed telling me much about anything.
"all's fair in love and war"??? surely we can think of a better way to describe a dilemma.