Nicole Wilde’s life is one of sell-out gigs, bunking on tour buses, trashing hotels and partying with the band all night long. But she’s not in the band. She is a music journalist, paid to be the world’s greatest groupie– and she loves it!
Nicole has the party lifestyle – and the hangovers to prove it – but no one stops her in the supermarket on a bad hair day. Until she is papped in an incriminating position with recently married mega-star Dylan King of The Burnouts and the tabloids start hounding her. This isn’t so fun. Especially when her make-up is a mess and she hasn’t yet had a chance to clean her teeth.
Dylan accuses her of ruining his marriage. His handsome PR agent, Charles, calls her a tart. She has to take gorgeous Luke from Two For the Road to hospital after a drug incident. And she’s dropped her mobile phone in the bath! Too much celebrity lifestyle for one week? Time to slow down and take stock? Maybe for somebody else. But Nicole Wilde is going to come out fighting!
Don't miss Portia MacIntosh's linked novella One Way or Another to see where Nicole started out!
Praise for Portia MacIntosh
'If We Ever Meet Again was impossible to put down, hilarious, fun, flirty and packed with excitement.' – Victoria Loves Books
'A brilliant story full of fun, gorgeous rockstars, big egos and great friendships.' – A Novel Thought
'if you are looking for a fictional tale of outrageous excess and the rock star life it is well worth a read.' – Books with Bunny
'For a Sex and the City meets Gossip Girl meets "Life of the rich and famous" -vibe: get yourself a copy of both Portia's novels. Very, very enjoyable read and can't wait for more!' – M's Bookshelf
'I can not recommend this book highly enough, it is a must read for any one fancying a light heart and humour read, which can be devoured in one sitting.' – Compelling Reads
This book was previously published as How Not to be Starstruck.
If we ever meet again
Can’t download it. Not worth it. If I could I’d give it no stars.