Amy is on a high. She has conquered the UK pop market and her arch rival Courtney Schaeffer has faded into the shadows. Amy loves her fans, she wants to reach out to them, be friends with them. But she can no longer just pop out to the corner shop whenever she likes and Solar Records keeps a tight rein on how much of herself she can give to the public. Even her mum and dad treat her differently nowadays. But Amy's best friend Beccs keeps her rooted in the world that she's left behind - school, hanging out with friends - while she lives a life of rehearsals and touring. With Beccs on the other end of a mobile phone, Amy can do anything, and she does. Paris, New York - Amy Peppercorn sings her heart out for them. And the gorgeous French pop star Adam Bede seems to be offering her his ...Meanwhile, Ben has been released from remand and is working at Solar Records, stirring up trouble for Amy. When twisted details of Amy's personal life start circulating in the press, Amy starts wondering who her friends really are.
J Brindley lives with his partner in the southeast of England. He has two children, both of whom have been instrumental in the development of his early stories for young people. He is a keen music fan and enjoys playing squash and socialising in London.