I admit to perusing the magazines at the grocery store check out. I read the headlines and usually shake my head. At least, I act like I shake my head but really I wonder if any of the stories have any truth to them.
Celia Mulder's upcoming release- Celebrity Spin Doctor provides me with many laugh out loud moments but also some sweet aww's as I read the story. Who doesn't want to know what's going on behind the scenes? What the truth is about your favorite couple and if the baby is really his!
This romantic romp is sure to delight readers as they fall in love with tough-as-nails Lucille whose job it is to make sure the gossip stays hidden! Maybe the people on People need to hire Lucille!
Remember when country star, Christy-Anne, had the leaked sex tape?
No one else does either. All thanks to Lucille Anton, undercover PR agent for troublesome celebrities. They screw up, she covers up. Business is good and Lucille’s good at it. But all that changes when international superstar Michel Polce approaches her with the toughest case of her career—his fiancée is trying to kill him and he doesn’t want anyone to know.
Brett Jacobs is at rock bottom of, well, everything. But he pulls himself out of his grimy apartment to attend a party with his former best friend, Michel Polce. Little does he know he’s about to be introduced to the most fascinating, unattainable woman he’s ever met in his life. And the only way to get close to her is to convince her, and himself, to help Michel.
The mission is clear—find the fiancée, tell her to stop trying to kill Michel, and make sure no one knows. But with an ex-boyfriend popping up at inconvenient moments, a fugitive uncle who can’t stay away, and some ill-timed sexacapades, this ordeal is more than any of them bargained for.
About the Author:
Celia Mulder hails from the lovely, yet unpredictable northern Michigan. She is a librarian, a former wedding planner, and an avid appreciator of all things campy and ridiculous. Friends-to-lovers plots are her catnip. She believes in three things— the superiority of Aquaman, the healing power of romance novels, and Buffy: the Vampire Slayer.
Musings from Michigan