Just Like Me Only Better - Carol Snow Reviews
Description:ISBN 0425232484 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Carol Snow / Paperback / 336 Pages / Book is published 2010-04-06 by Berkley Publishing Group
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Veronica Czaplicki hasn't had the greatest start to the year particularly since her husband Hank told her he had found the love of his life and it turned out not to be her. Veronica's life is made that much harder when everyone keeps mistaking her for new Hollywood starlet Haley Rush. It comes as a surprise to Veronica when Haley's manager, Jay, offers Veronica the chance of becoming Haley's double - attending film premieres, a-list parties and constantly being papped - however after the shock wears off, Veronica immediately agrees. Pretty soon her life has turned into quite a whirlwind, particularly since she also has to balance her new life with looking after her son .. Read the complete review
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