"Tender romance, smart writing. A total winner. Smart and romantic with characters you will root for until the end. I'm already looking forward to reading this book again. A story rich with tenderness and romance, written with the intelligence and wit that is all CD Reiss. I loved everything about "Shuttergirl"!" Mia Sheridan, bestselling author of the Sign of Love series"
Rich with tenderness, romance and wit I loved everything about it. Mia Sheridan, "NY Times" bestselling author of "Archer s Voice""
"I went into "Shuttergirl" not knowing what magic CD Reiss had created. Instantly, I was swept away with perfect prose, incredible imagery, and a character connection I loved. In my mind, it was a perfect modern day fairy-tale where the loved and hated try to bridge the chasm of society's unwritten laws and listen to what they want, rather than what Hollywood tells them. It's the shit. Buy it." Pepper Winters, bestelling author of the Monsters in the Dark series"
"Engaging, sexy, and noteworthy, "Shuttergirl" is just another example of why CD Reiss is one of my go to authors. Her clean writing style, flawed but relatable characters, and well-crafted story make this book one that's hard to put down even after you read the last page." Kristy Bromberg, bestselling author of the Driven Trilogy"
"Rich with tenderness, romance and wit I loved everything about it." Mia Sheridan, "NY Times" bestselling author of "Archer's Voice""
"A confident, badass heroine and a swoon worthy, good guy find each other in CD Reiss's latest contemporary romance. It's a Hollywood affair with more colors of reality than fairytale, depicting an honest and endearing paparazzi meets movie star relationship that captures all the swoon and flutters of the best love stories. With strikingly beautiful prose and the contrasting gritty, vivid Los Angeles setting, "Shuttergirl" is Reiss's finest work yet." Laurelin Paige, author of the bestselling Fixed Trilogy"
About the Author
Born in New York City, she moved to Hollywood, California to get her master's degree in screenwriting from USC. In case you want to know, that went nowhere, but it gave her a big enough ego to try her hand at novels. She'll tell you all about it in the back, where a cord of wood awaits.
If you meet her in person, you should call her Christine.