Kenzie Cross never thought she'd vault to insta-fame on the hit TV action drama Spywitness Girls. A virtual unknown, she's the show's breakout star -- and the lead in a major new movie. It's like it's Christmas and her birthday every day, and Kenzie has every reason to let loose and party hard, especially after nonstop press interviews, photo shoots, publicity, and promotion.
But when her partying goes a little too far, Kenzie is given an ultimatum by her director: Go to rehab, or get cut from the film. Kenzie agrees to the stint and really kind of enjoys her posh quarters, not to mention her daily swim, her horseback-riding lessons, and her private massages, which are all part of her "therapy." But then it finally hits her why she's really there, and she begins to wonder if she's even ready to leave....
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Kenzie is living the life most teenagers could only dream of: She's the star of a hit TV series, is about to be offered a leading movie role, has a sexy boyfriend, and a great group of friends.
But her nights are filled with wild parties that eventually cause her to fall into a downward spiral.
Hollywood's newest starlet ends up in rehab. Kenzie thinks Serenity Lake will be like an extended hotel stay at first. The loneliness hits her fast and hard, however, and she seeks companionship with another resident, Maxie. Maxie fills Kenzie in on the rules of rehab and keeps her supplied with booze and pills.
Kenzie knows she needs to put on a show to go home, so she agrees to equine therapy. She grows close to her horse (whom she affectionately names Brad Pitt) and shares her innermost thoughts with him.
Another resident intrigues her. Jeremy's got a story of his own but isn't ready to share it. He finds he's got more in common with Kenzie than they both originally realize.
Can they confront their true issues and face life on the outside?
Randi Reisfeld succeeds in delivering an enthralling story of how the rise to stardom can go horribly wrong. I highly recommend this novel!