Recently widowed and with two children to care for, protagonist Stacey Lane is in the midst of despair when she receives an unexpected email that changes everything. Her novel-in-verse, Monsters in the Afterlife , has been optioned, and now, the Tommy DeMarco, a ridiculously sexy and dazzling playboy actor, has decided to produce her film. She fights with misogynistic screenwriters and finds herself surrounded with beautiful movie stars and famous but handsy directors.
A highlight of the novel is its explorations of rich and complex characters with multi-faceted backstories. As the plot progresses, Stacey and Tommy deepen their affair, obsessively calling and texting each other, exchanging flirtations and insults; their bond becomes something more than casual.
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Meanwhile, they drink such incredible amounts of alcohol that the reader risks getting drunk by association, or at least thirsty. While most of these are not high-stakes fights, they are fun and sexy. The battles occur to reveal the inevitability of their love for each other, though some might suggest theirs is a manipulative relationship. Certainly they lived the celebrity life, hanging out with Jimi Hendrix and 'making the scene in London'.
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The marriage soon dissolved, however: 'I came home one day and she'd taken all the furniture. In , with fellow Radio 1 refugees Dave Cash and Kenny Everett, Tommy joined the launch team for Britain's first commercial pop station, Capital Radio, where he co-presented the morning show.
He also hosted the weekly reggae show and conducted the first in-depth interview with Johnny Rotten. Three years later he married for the third, and final, time to Stella Bursa - always known as Cookie.
Then, in , he was lured back to Radio 1, where he spent the next 15 years presenting his now famous Friday Night Rock Show, and on which he championed Iron Maiden, Def Leppard, Bon Jovi and countless others. It was now that his voice really became known - made even more gravelly by years of dedicated cigar smoking, when doctors advised him to quit he switched to Gitanes.
He also became the continuity announcer for BBC2 and boomed from the famous Gillette adverts: 'The best a man can get! Always the innovator, Tommy was a key player in the March launch of Virgin Radio - a move he later regretted as the station abandoned its adventurous remit in favour of a dull ad-driven playlist. Smiling employees dressed in white with a red apron, and a paper or foam hat are not bustling around.
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