Guilty Pleasure by Kevin Dickson

Guilty Pleasure

"Summer’s hottest new beach read, a juicy tome inspired by real-life Hollywood stories and scandals.” ―E! Online on Blind ItemIn this jaw-dropping sequel to Blind Item, three young Hollywood professionals strive to keep the industry’s most salacious scandals under wraps during awards season.Nicola faces her biggest challenge as a publicist when she is forced to represent her superstar ex-boyfriend, Seamus, when he returns from rehab. Her ...

Details Guilty Pleasure

TitleGuilty Pleasure
Release DateJun 5th, 2018
GenreFiction, New Adult

Reviews Guilty Pleasure

  • Flavia
    First and foremost, this book is a sequel (which is something that I did not realize until after I requested the book and it came in the mail). The first book in the series is Blind Item and I sadly did not have the time to get a copy and read it before it was time to read Guilty Pleasure. (I found that I still understood what was happening in Guilty Pleasure, though, without having read the previous book.) Secondly, Guilty Pleasure is an adult b...
  • susan pribil
    I’m going to admit I didn’t read this. I ordered it by mistake on Amazon, and when I realized that I’d read and hated the first book in the series, I sent it back immediately.
  • Natalie {I'd So Rather Be Reading}
    Review HERE on July 9th (link will update when review is live)This series can basically be described as the Dummies Guide to Hollywood or How to be Miserable in Hollywood or How to Become a Disney Star & End Up a Drug Addict. You get the idea, it's like the extended release or book version of Perez, E! or Radar online. Seriously, get the popcorn out because you can't make this stuff up!Blind Item & Guilty Pleasure center on a fictional relation...
  • Christine Beidel
    So much fun! Sequel to last year's delicious Blind Item. Irresistible gossip, movie stars, and Hollywood shenanigans!
  • Stevo Brock
    This book was a Best of the Best for July 2018 selection by Stevo's Book Reviews on the Internet:
  • Sarah Marble
    Trashy and I mean it as a high compliment.