"Thrilling and fast-paced, The Safe List admirably dramatizes topical issues in the entertainment industry with an erotic romance rolled up in a romantic suspense novel."

— IndieReader

"An engaging, tightly written love story with a dash of suspense."

— Kirkus Reviews

"Author G.S. Fairbairn’s clean narrative successfully immerses the reader in the everyday lifestyle of a contemporary pop singer and celebrity. Fairbairn tackles timely issues within the music industry and #MeToo movement, including sexual harassment and assault, corruption, the uncontrollable nature of fandom, and the media’s toxic perpetuation of the images and expectations of public figures."

— Erin Coughlin, author of The Pop and Fizz Double Feature Movie Night Series

Pop stardom takes getting used to, especially when you're battling nightmares and a fearful aversion to flirty men. Kalynn Stearne is "The Platinum Angel", America's most popular new artist. She's poised and alluring, but her status lands her in a crowd of A-list creeps and performers behaving badly. And if that isn't aggravating enough, she's got a stalker threatening to kill her.


Layne Kennett is a contract cameraman, a jaded tour professional with a debt to pay. He knows all about narcissistic pop stars, and he'd rather be anywhere other than working as Kalynn Stearne's new still shot guy. But he'll take the job, if it helps him prevail over a controlling father and a criminal conviction.


A desperate encounter in a dark alley leads to an unlikely alliance, and the lure of passion may be too hard to resist. But in the volatile world of show business, futures are determined by corporate profit, and danger is always one performance away. Layne's presence threatens to poison Kalynn's career, but when her nightmares emerge into terrifying reality and she falls into the clutches of a deranged killer, the photographer with a tainted past may turn out to be the only man who can save her.


Fragments of a frozen dream

by G.S. Fairbairn in For Writers 0

No matter what method we use to make peace with our uncertainty, no matter how much backup we have, sooner or later we’ve got to pull the trigger. Otherwise, the characters we’ve created, their world, their struggles and yes, their love will never be enjoyed by anyone but ourselves. It’s [...]