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Entanglement Hollywood Lights #1 [Ebook] ➩ Entanglement Hollywood Lights #1 ➯ Katie Rose Guest Pryal – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk From author Katie Rose Guest Pryal the #1 bestseller full of romance and suspense Hollywood styleOne deadly night will change two friends forever in this dazzling story of love and betrayalFor Greta D From author Katie Rose Guest Pryal the bestseller full of romance and suspense Hollywood styleOne deadly night will change two friends forever in this dazzling story of love and betrayalFor Greta Donovan happiness was always out of reach Everyone betrayed her No one could be trusted Desperate to leave her painful past behind she Entanglement Hollywood Epub / flees to Los Angeles and moves in with her best friend Daphne an ambitious Hollywood up and comer and befriends an aging movie star who’s like the father she never hadSoon Greta has it all a blossoming career friends she can trust and a new love who wants to give her the world She can’t imagine her life being any better But in Hollywood nothing is truly as is seems In one tragic night Greta may lose it all Daphne makes an outrageous decision that puts Greta in the path of a dangerous man who’s bent on revenge With the attacker on the loose Greta’s world spins out of control—and her future hinges on one secret she doesn’t want to tell Her friends rally to save her—but will they be too late“Eual parts heartbreaking and heartening Entanglement shines a light on the interior lives of two flawed and fascinating women” Camille Pagán bestselling author of Life and Other Near Death Experiences.


10 thoughts on “Entanglement Hollywood Lights #1

  1. Angela Williams Angela Williams says:

    35 stars


  2. Mary Fan Mary Fan says:

    Recent college grads Greta an awkward nerd and Daphne a charismatic glamor girl couldn't be different on the surface but have been close friends since university After Greta's philandering father kicks her out of the house she moves across the country to LA to live with Daphne who helps her navigate the world of 1990s Hollywood Soon she finds an unlikely job at a lighting production company and finds herself drawn to her handsome new bossDaphne meanwhile aspires to be a screenwriter and presently works a day job as the assistant to a producer best known for yesteryear's hits She soon finds herself losing Greta to a budding romance and resorts to desperate measures to win back her friend But her actions have dire conseuences ones that could cause her to lose Greta foreverENTANGLEMENT Katie Rose Guest Pryal's novel about friendship Hollywood and finding your way in your early twenties opens with Greta in the hospital in December 1999 having been attacked by someone she knows The book then goes back to the beginning of 1999 and follows Greta and Daphne as they settle into their new lives as roommates leaving you to wonder which of the interesting new characters in Greta's life will ultimately try to kill her and why But though the book opens with danger and mystery it's not a thriller It's a complex finely wrought richly human story about two young womenCan I just say I love love loved that a female friendship was at the heart of this book There's a romance too but the story's really about Greta and Daphne's relationship The story is told in a nonlinear fashion with present day chapters alternating with flashback chapters that reveal details about how the girls met how they became such close friends and their relationships with their families What I enjoyed most about this book is how well developed the two central characters are Greta the physic major who takes things too literally and relates to facts better than to people Daphne the fabulous popular girl who you'd never guess came from an abusive and underprivileged childhoodI really enjoyed the way Pryal used the flashback chapters to add complexity and color bit by bit to the characters to show how they became the way they are sometimes in unexpected ways Both Daphne and Greta really came alive on the page and I uickly became invested in them and their intense friendship ENTANGLEMENT is a character driven story of friendship dysfunction Hollywood glitz and obsession and I thoroughly enjoyed it It's got so many elements finding your way in the world after college discovering that people aren't who they seem what Hollywood in the late '90s was like how two people who seem so different connect on such visceral levels I started reading it while getting my hair dyed and the book made the whole three hour process fly by in fact I probably should have been paying attention when the stylist asked if my hair was the right color instead of just nodding so I could get back to reading And then I went home and kept reading reading reading staying up till 3AM because I didn't want to stop until I was finished


  3. Lizzie Harwood Lizzie Harwood says:

    Interesting read about the twisted relationships between the characters The author has a way with words and the uestion of who tries to kill Greta hangs over the plot like a black crow in a field Lots of LA style machinations in the vein of Mulholland Drive A fast read


  4. Susan Susan says:

    35 stars I picked up this book because I went to high school with the author and she just released another book which put her on my radar Although I’m not at all surprised that she is super accomplished I didn’t know she also wrote novels What I really liked about the book was how the first chapter draws you right in and makes you want to keep reading to find out who almost killed Greta I also loved the uirky imperfect and downright odd leading ladies and the writing was very smart What dragged this down a star and a half for me was disappointment in the resolution of the mystery; a few tangential story lines that at best seemed unnecessary and at worst were distracting; and the totally abrupt ending I’m on the fence about continuing the series but the characters are original enough that I’m definitely still interested


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  6. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    Let me being by saying that yes I read and reviewed these out of order Silly me saw Pryal’s new release Chasing Chaos and read it first Then releasing there was a preuel I had to get it and read Katie Rose Guest Pryal has uickly become one of my favorite authors not only because of her fantastic writing but her funny uirky personality She is somewhat like a captured spy she refuses to divulge any information forcing her readers to backtrack and read her fabulous books Anyhow Entanglement is the first in a series about Daphne and Greta two young women that meet in college and become instant BFFs Daphne has a magnetic personality and charm is an intelligent Journalism major and beautiful Greta is a brilliant Physics major very tall and beautiful in a uniue way Both girls have had crappy upbringings with their parents and instantly become each others new familyEntanglement switches between present day earlier when Greta first moved to Los Angeles and also when they first met in college also with earlier flashbacks with their families Greta has moved to Los Angeles to live with Daphne and find a job while Daphne has already gotten settled and found a job with a sleazy guy Marco Daphne helps Greta integrate into the LA area introducing her to co workers and friends but Greta always feels somewhat different But as Greta starts developing relationships and friendships of her own Daphne’s behavior changes to almost spooky Greta is trying to build her life but Daphne is just odd Characters I love in this novel are Greta Timmy and Sandy also the little landlord isn’t bad Characters I do not like are Daphne and Marco Daphne has been a great friend to Greta and vice versa and has demonstrated love and friendship many times but part of friendship is encouraging each other’s growth and achievements in life which Daphne does not However if you look at my review of Chasing Chaos I loved Daphne and was asking the writer to continue her story just FYI remember I read out of orderBack to the actual writing Entanglement shines the light on friendship both the good and the bad Yes there is romance and some suspense but this novel is about friends trust and forgiveness This novel touches on moving on from a hurtful family developing careers living with what you have at the moment and experiencing new things people and emotions I cannot say enough about Katie Rose Guest Pryal and her writing She reels you in from the first paragraph and you will finish her novels in one sitting because you have to know what’s going to happen next Her writing is descriptive and vivid flows wonderfully and makes you feel as you are a part of the story Add Entanglement and the rest of the series to your TBR list and enjoyWant to learn about the author? Visit


  7. Donna C Donna C says:

    This is one of those books where you read the first chapter and you are completely sucked in to figure out all the facts leading up to what has occurred It begins after Greta has been attacked and then we slowly find out the backstory leading up to whodunnit While I didn't find any of the characters in the book particularly likeable there was something about the way they were written that drew me in and I couldn't wait to find out what was going to happen with them This is the first book in a while that deals with twenty something characters that I enjoyed in spite of not relating to them so big props to the author for that The friendship between Greta and Daphne was not your typical one and I loved the exploration of how two people with flawed families can come together and how their past lives can impact their relationships not just with each other but with those around themThis is a fast read really well written and did I mention that I couldn't wait to figure it all out? Check this out if you want a mystery with some flawed and uirky characters I don't think you will regret itThanks to the author for providing me a copy of this for review


  8. Susan Becraft Susan Becraft says:

    Clever plot executed with perfectionThis is a terrific story about two young women coming into their own after college graduation Daphne a beautiful young woman who had an abusive childhood and Greta the daughter of a famous physicist are the unlikeliest of friends Daphne is a stunning Japanese American young woman and Greta is a self described geek Daphne likes string bikinis while Greta favors string theory The twosome leave home in North Carolina to make a life in Los AngelesI loved both characters but Greta grabbed my heart I was also a geek albeit popular with classmates because of certain skills I learned through The Magic of Chemistry Katie Rose makes Greta and Daphne jump off the pages and I was so so sorry to reach the end of this part of their journeyGrab a cuppa snuggle under a uilt and be prepared to become entangled in Entanglement


  9. Megan Megan says:

    25? This was a hard book for me to rate On the one hand I love character driven books But I also need my character driven books to have a solid plot and this one didn't It was mostly a series of scenes that didn't seem connected Slow pacing


  10. Sara Strand Sara Strand says:

    For the first in forever perhaps this is one time where I am not going to rush to buy the seuel In fact I will likely not remember this book in a month or so Which admittedly isn't much courtesy of short term memory loss I saw this advertised in this Facebook group I'm in and I loved the cover Loved it I didn't actually read the description I went for it solely for the cover The problem here is that the cover is really deceiving and this is maybe the first time my judge a book by the cover tactic failed me I'll just tell you my number one complaint were the characters both Greta and Daphne We have Greta who is described as socially awkward but I honestly think she has some kind of disability perhaps a form of Asperger's? I'm not sure but I had a hard time liking her character because she was too aloof too socially awkward to the point of being absolutely clueless Then we have Daphne who is an absolutely terrible friend and is so possessive of Greta's friendship and companionship she's willing to do terrible things in order to be the center of Greta's world It's so terrible and awful and if you had a friend like that in real life you'd dump their ass immediately and change your damn phone number Even frustrating was Greta's treatment of her mother who is dying of cancer She doesn't get along with her father who has done everything short of moving the mistress in so she decides one day that this is it she's never coming back She lets her mother die without her by her side doesn't even go to the funeral and she went her whole life believing something about her father and mother and it turns out it's not even true So instead of being a mature adult and apologize for being a terrible daughter that part of the story kind of ends and we focus on Greta and Daphne Which hot mess city Truly I have to say that though these two were train wrecks for characters I really liked some of the secondary characters namely Sandy and Timmy Sandy is an experienced actor who befriends Greta and ends up saving the day Kind of Then we have Timmy Greta's boyfriend and he's written almost as if we're supposed to be on the fence about him but he's the most normal and level headed one of the group You can tell he really cares about Greta even if she's fully stupid and clueless Honestly I can only give this one 25 stars and one of those stars is simply because I finished it and I wanted to know why the books starts off with Greta in the hospital It took almost the entire book to get there but we did and it was kind of anti climatic I expected with that kind of build up which is why I'm only giving this one 2 stars


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10 thoughts on “Entanglement Hollywood Lights #1

  1. Angela Williams Angela Williams says:

    35 stars

  2. Mary Fan Mary Fan says:

    Recent college grads Greta an awkward nerd and Daphne a charismatic glamor girl couldn't be different on the surface but have been close friends since university After Greta's philandering father kicks her out of the house she moves across the country to LA to live with Daphne who helps her navigate the world of 1990s Hollywood Soon she finds an unlikely job at a lighting production company and finds herself drawn to her handsome new bossDaphne meanwhile aspires to be a screenwriter and presently works a day job as the assistant to a producer best known for yesteryear's hits She soon finds herself losing Greta to a budding romance and resorts to desperate measures to win back her friend But her actions have dire conseuences ones that could cause her to lose Greta foreverENTANGLEMENT Katie Rose Guest Pryal's novel about friendship Hollywood and finding your way in your early twenties opens with Greta in the hospital in December 1999 having been attacked by someone she knows The book then goes back to the beginning of 1999 and follows Greta and Daphne as they settle into their new lives as roommates leaving you to wonder which of the interesting new characters in Greta's life will ultimately try to kill her and why But though the book opens with danger and mystery it's not a thriller It's a complex finely wrought richly human story about two young womenCan I just say I love love loved that a female friendship was at the heart of this book There's a romance too but the story's really about Greta and Daphne's relationship The story is told in a nonlinear fashion with present day chapters alternating with flashback chapters that reveal details about how the girls met how they became such close friends and their relationships with their families What I enjoyed most about this book is how well developed the two central characters are Greta the physic major who takes things too literally and relates to facts better than to people Daphne the fabulous popular girl who you'd never guess came from an abusive and underprivileged childhoodI really enjoyed the way Pryal used the flashback chapters to add complexity and color bit by bit to the characters to show how they became the way they are sometimes in unexpected ways Both Daphne and Greta really came alive on the page and I uickly became invested in them and their intense friendship ENTANGLEMENT is a character driven story of friendship dysfunction Hollywood glitz and obsession and I thoroughly enjoyed it It's got so many elements finding your way in the world after college discovering that people aren't who they seem what Hollywood in the late '90s was like how two people who seem so different connect on such visceral levels I started reading it while getting my hair dyed and the book made the whole three hour process fly by in fact I probably should have been paying attention when the stylist asked if my hair was the right color instead of just nodding so I could get back to reading And then I went home and kept reading reading reading staying up till 3AM because I didn't want to stop until I was finished

  3. Lizzie Harwood Lizzie Harwood says:

    Interesting read about the twisted relationships between the characters The author has a way with words and the uestion of who tries to kill Greta hangs over the plot like a black crow in a field Lots of LA style machinations in the vein of Mulholland Drive A fast read

  4. Susan Susan says:

    35 stars I picked up this book because I went to high school with the author and she just released another book which put her on my radar Although I’m not at all surprised that she is super accomplished I didn’t know she also wrote novels What I really liked about the book was how the first chapter draws you right in and makes you want to keep reading to find out who almost killed Greta I also loved the uirky imperfect and downright odd leading ladies and the writing was very smart What dragged this down a star and a half for me was disappointment in the resolution of the mystery; a few tangential story lines that at best seemed unnecessary and at worst were distracting; and the totally abrupt ending I’m on the fence about continuing the series but the characters are original enough that I’m definitely still interested

  5. Coco.V Coco.V says:

    🎁 FREE on today 1242020 🎁

  6. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    Let me being by saying that yes I read and reviewed these out of order Silly me saw Pryal’s new release Chasing Chaos and read it first Then releasing there was a preuel I had to get it and read Katie Rose Guest Pryal has uickly become one of my favorite authors not only because of her fantastic writing but her funny uirky personality She is somewhat like a captured spy she refuses to divulge any information forcing her readers to backtrack and read her fabulous books Anyhow Entanglement is the first in a series about Daphne and Greta two young women that meet in college and become instant BFFs Daphne has a magnetic personality and charm is an intelligent Journalism major and beautiful Greta is a brilliant Physics major very tall and beautiful in a uniue way Both girls have had crappy upbringings with their parents and instantly become each others new familyEntanglement switches between present day earlier when Greta first moved to Los Angeles and also when they first met in college also with earlier flashbacks with their families Greta has moved to Los Angeles to live with Daphne and find a job while Daphne has already gotten settled and found a job with a sleazy guy Marco Daphne helps Greta integrate into the LA area introducing her to co workers and friends but Greta always feels somewhat different But as Greta starts developing relationships and friendships of her own Daphne’s behavior changes to almost spooky Greta is trying to build her life but Daphne is just odd Characters I love in this novel are Greta Timmy and Sandy also the little landlord isn’t bad Characters I do not like are Daphne and Marco Daphne has been a great friend to Greta and vice versa and has demonstrated love and friendship many times but part of friendship is encouraging each other’s growth and achievements in life which Daphne does not However if you look at my review of Chasing Chaos I loved Daphne and was asking the writer to continue her story just FYI remember I read out of orderBack to the actual writing Entanglement shines the light on friendship both the good and the bad Yes there is romance and some suspense but this novel is about friends trust and forgiveness This novel touches on moving on from a hurtful family developing careers living with what you have at the moment and experiencing new things people and emotions I cannot say enough about Katie Rose Guest Pryal and her writing She reels you in from the first paragraph and you will finish her novels in one sitting because you have to know what’s going to happen next Her writing is descriptive and vivid flows wonderfully and makes you feel as you are a part of the story Add Entanglement and the rest of the series to your TBR list and enjoyWant to learn about the author? Visit

  7. Donna C Donna C says:

    This is one of those books where you read the first chapter and you are completely sucked in to figure out all the facts leading up to what has occurred It begins after Greta has been attacked and then we slowly find out the backstory leading up to whodunnit While I didn't find any of the characters in the book particularly likeable there was something about the way they were written that drew me in and I couldn't wait to find out what was going to happen with them This is the first book in a while that deals with twenty something characters that I enjoyed in spite of not relating to them so big props to the author for that The friendship between Greta and Daphne was not your typical one and I loved the exploration of how two people with flawed families can come together and how their past lives can impact their relationships not just with each other but with those around themThis is a fast read really well written and did I mention that I couldn't wait to figure it all out? Check this out if you want a mystery with some flawed and uirky characters I don't think you will regret itThanks to the author for providing me a copy of this for review

  8. Susan Becraft Susan Becraft says:

    Clever plot executed with perfectionThis is a terrific story about two young women coming into their own after college graduation Daphne a beautiful young woman who had an abusive childhood and Greta the daughter of a famous physicist are the unlikeliest of friends Daphne is a stunning Japanese American young woman and Greta is a self described geek Daphne likes string bikinis while Greta favors string theory The twosome leave home in North Carolina to make a life in Los AngelesI loved both characters but Greta grabbed my heart I was also a geek albeit popular with classmates because of certain skills I learned through The Magic of Chemistry Katie Rose makes Greta and Daphne jump off the pages and I was so so sorry to reach the end of this part of their journeyGrab a cuppa snuggle under a uilt and be prepared to become entangled in Entanglement

  9. Megan Megan says:

    25? This was a hard book for me to rate On the one hand I love character driven books But I also need my character driven books to have a solid plot and this one didn't It was mostly a series of scenes that didn't seem connected Slow pacing

  10. Sara Strand Sara Strand says:

    For the first in forever perhaps this is one time where I am not going to rush to buy the seuel In fact I will likely not remember this book in a month or so Which admittedly isn't much courtesy of short term memory loss I saw this advertised in this Facebook group I'm in and I loved the cover Loved it I didn't actually read the description I went for it solely for the cover The problem here is that the cover is really deceiving and this is maybe the first time my judge a book by the cover tactic failed me I'll just tell you my number one complaint were the characters both Greta and Daphne We have Greta who is described as socially awkward but I honestly think she has some kind of disability perhaps a form of Asperger's? I'm not sure but I had a hard time liking her character because she was too aloof too socially awkward to the point of being absolutely clueless Then we have Daphne who is an absolutely terrible friend and is so possessive of Greta's friendship and companionship she's willing to do terrible things in order to be the center of Greta's world It's so terrible and awful and if you had a friend like that in real life you'd dump their ass immediately and change your damn phone number Even frustrating was Greta's treatment of her mother who is dying of cancer She doesn't get along with her father who has done everything short of moving the mistress in so she decides one day that this is it she's never coming back She lets her mother die without her by her side doesn't even go to the funeral and she went her whole life believing something about her father and mother and it turns out it's not even true So instead of being a mature adult and apologize for being a terrible daughter that part of the story kind of ends and we focus on Greta and Daphne Which hot mess city Truly I have to say that though these two were train wrecks for characters I really liked some of the secondary characters namely Sandy and Timmy Sandy is an experienced actor who befriends Greta and ends up saving the day Kind of Then we have Timmy Greta's boyfriend and he's written almost as if we're supposed to be on the fence about him but he's the most normal and level headed one of the group You can tell he really cares about Greta even if she's fully stupid and clueless Honestly I can only give this one 25 stars and one of those stars is simply because I finished it and I wanted to know why the books starts off with Greta in the hospital It took almost the entire book to get there but we did and it was kind of anti climatic I expected with that kind of build up which is why I'm only giving this one 2 stars

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