Late at night, when all the world is watching television stars strut their stuff on the tele, Carter is lost in the sky watching real stars shine bright. Her best friend's Chloe's fangirl obsession over Adam Jakes never appealed to her. Who needs all that media fuss? Not Carter. Ironically, her unimpressed behavior toward Adam, grants her an offer to play the role of his
Paparazzi? Keeping secrets from your best friend? Celebrity ego?
Seems like a lot to handle. But when her brother's life is on the line, and the only way to save him is by raising a heap of money, Carter will have no choice but to take the lifetime offer and risk her heart in the process.
Lots of romantic dates are in the plot. We see so many actors fall in love while working together and wonder what is the exact moment when fiction and reality crashes. Catch a Falling Star is a really great example. Culbertson mixes in the story of Carter's brother's gambling problems, and her Dad's struggle to maintain the cafe alone while his wife travels the world, providing the story with a bit more of a spark. If only the climax would have combine all the subplots.