Party Girl

Landon Brinkley’s dreams are all coming true. She’s landed an internship with the fabulous Selah Smith, event planner for the Hollywood elite, taking her from small-town Texas to the bright lights of LA. Landon soon finds herself in a world in which spending a million dollars on an event—even a child’s birthday party—is de rigueur and the whims of celebrity clients are life-and-death matters. At first, the thrill of working on A-list parties and celebrity weddings is enough to get Landon through the seventy-five-hour workweeks and endless abuse at the hands of her mercurial boss. But when the reality of the business reveals itself, she’s forced to make a choice: do whatever it takes to get ahead, or stay true to herself.

Drawing on the author’s real-life experiences as an event planner to the stars, Party Girl takes readers on an adventure among Hollywood’s most beautiful—and most outrageous—people, revealing the ugly side of Hollywood’s prettiest parties.

Revised edition: This edition of Party Girl includes editorial revisions.

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3 Comments

  1. Like a Sandra Bullock movie A fun read that makes you feel like you have an inside look at the party planning business. Yes, there is drama, but what business doesn’t? 

  2. Good debut, good story, bad grammar! I enjoyed Rachel Hollis’ debut novel and look forward to future books, as I imagine the technical side of her writing will begin to improve. The story was fun and the characters felt real, but the countless grammatical and punctuation errors detracted from my ability to read effortlessly and get lost in the story. Some people can read past that, but it’s always been a struggle for me. If that sort of thing doesn’t bug you, you’ll really enjoy this book!

  3. Review: ‘Party Girl’ by Rachel Hollis Twenty-something Texas-born-and-bred Landon Brinkley is ready to finally live her dream. While growing up in a small town in Texas, she longed for nothing more than a career as a famous event planner. By working hard, she has managed to secure a position as an intern at her idol Selah Smith’s event planning agency in Los Angeles, SSE. Even though it’s an unpaid job, Landon can’t wait to finally do what she was born to do. However, as soon as she sets foot in the office, she…

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