Hollywood Holidays by D. D. Scott is a delightful “take-me-away” story, transporting lucky readers to a world populated with interesting and likable characters. The story line is enjoyable and easy to read (making for comfortable reading) and on a deeper level, contains important messages covering issues of women’s self-esteem and men’s treatment of women.
This “easy to read with an important message format” isn’t an easy feat to accomplish. D.D. Scott successfully created a world in which the heroine, Harper Cantwell, moves from depending on her husband and his activities for self-worth to a woman in an emotionally abusive relationship, then to an assertive woman and finally to a wonderfully self-adjusted woman, comfortable in her skin and new-found freedom . . . freedom to be herself. Hollywood Holidays should be required reading for engaged couples. . . good instructions how to create and cultivate a loving relationship.
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Dee Dee’s favorite writing related things:
Why Do I Write Romance: There’s nothing that touches my heart and soul like two people who find a love that completes them
Favorite Part of Writing Process: Creating snappy dialogue
Least Favorite Part of Writing Process: Plotting…why can’t my characters just sit on a bench and talk for three hundred plus pages?