What you can do, is swear off love and dull the ache with gorgeous women who look nothing like that girl who tore you apart. A supermodel girlfriend and sexplicit escapades splashed across the tabloids is the ultimate revenge. It's also the perfect way to hide your pain in the media. But when the ache turns to a hollow pit, and there isn't enough sex, drugs, or alcohol to fill the emptiness, what do you do?
You cut your losses and head to L.A. to mentor the latest reality talent show. You follow an old friend into a world where the art of the tease and bump and grind were perfected. Where the sound of her voice calls to every primal instinct buried within your body and makes the demand for your attention.
Jackson's an addict, and just one taste puts him back in the precarious position of falling in love with a woman who's mastered the art of ensnaring and teasing.
Jackson tore me up! He was the strong one in the band, the one that always worried about everyone else, but after his breakup, he suddenly finds himself falling deeper and deeper into the cliched role of rockstar - and it is not a pretty one.
Enter Eliza Campbell, single mother, burlesque singer - and I didn't want to like her - but I couldn't help fall in LOVE with her. She was just what Jackson needed. She gave him a dose of reality.
H.I.T.S. was the perfect followup to Falling Stars. Jackson's faults were not a rewrite of Chris's problems, but another extension of dangers of the stage. This story shows how quickly and easily it is to fall in the limelight; and it shows what is truly important.
I give Hidden in the Stars - H.I.T.S. a bump and grinding 5 stars!