The basic premise of The Loving Kind is a bit far-fetched - or maybe it's not, in this day of supermodels and actors who are also "authors". But I'll hand it to Webb, she creates a cast of characters who are fun and just believable enough (without sacrificing the element of fun fantasy that fiction brings). Libby is a young chicklit author who has been dumped by her agent and publisher and cheated on by her fiance. She has no choice but to accept a gig ghostwriting for a famous glamor model, Lulabelle, who wants to "write a novel" (she's got all the ideas, just doesn't have the time to get it all on paper!) LIbby, along with her back-again agent and her loyal best friend embark on a globe-trekking trip with Lulabelle and her manager Leo. The serious side of the books is Lulabelle's addiction to physical perfection, which she pursues through a series of plastic surgery procedures. I'd give the book five stars, but it's a bit rough in spots - Webb's writing is perfection for 80% of the book, but suddenly you hit rough spots where the plot clunks or people act or speak in ways that don't ring true with their character. Even so, the overall book is a fun read!