California Dreamers - Belinda Jones Reviews
Description:ISBN 0340994452 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Belinda Jones / Paperback / 320 Pages / Book is published 2011-07-21 by Hodder Paperbacks
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by - written on 27/07/11 (Very useful, 65 readings)
Ever wished you could make-over your life? Make-up artist Stella is an expert at helping other people change their images, but when it comes to transforming herself, she doesn't even know where to start. So when her new friend, glamorous Hollywood actress Marina Ray, summons her a movie set in California, Stella can't resist the chance to start afresh - it is the land of sunshine and opportunity after all! But are they really friends or does Marina have an ulterior motive? What is the secret that both women are hiding about the nautical (but nice) men in their lives? And what will it take to really make both of their California dreams come true? In a Pacific Coast ... Read the complete review
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