Chasing Chaos by Katie Rose Guest Pryor

I wish I had known that this was book 3 of a series before I started reading it. Had I known, I would have sought out the other two books to read first. The one thing that kept me from giving this a 5-star rating is that the book makes an extraordinary amount of references to events that occurred in Daphne and Greta's past, but barely explains what those are. One can only surmise that these events are referenced in the first 2 books of the series.

If you ignore those references and remind yourself that everyone in your life has a past that you are unaware of, then you can read this book as a standalone novel. Daphne Saito is living the dream in LA - writing screenplays that sell and hanging out in exclusive clubs that her friends own. Due to events from Daphne's past, she has trouble letting people in, but after breaking up with someone, she meets the man that may be able to see past all that. But where Daphne goes, trouble always seems to follow. With people out for revenge, and events occurring for her best friend that she is trying to arrange, Daphne does her best to keep her head above water.

Ignore the references to the past and enjoy this fast-paced tale of life Los Angeles, for those that have crossed the line and have "made it!" Meanwhile, I will be looking for the first 2 books in this series!

I received this e-book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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