The Movie - Louise Bagshawe Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755340515 / Author: Louise Bagshawe / Genre: Fiction / Eleanor Marshall, Roxana Felix and Megan Silver are from very different worlds. But they all have something the other could use. Eleanor Marshall, just made president of Artemis studios, is one of the most powerful ... more
The Movie - Louise Bagshawe ... women in Hollywood. When she's offered the chance to make a movie with two sure-fire stars, one of them queen-of-the-catwalk Roxanna Felix, she knows it's an opportunity too good to miss. Roxana may be a model rather than an actress, known for her devastating beauty and acid tongue, but she has the on-screen magnetism Eleanor needs. And when Megan Silver, waitress and struggling writer, appears with a dynamite script, it looks like they have all the ingredients for a runaway success!
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GREAT summer read! Louise Bagshaw tells the story of Anna Brown, a normal, plain jane who live life in a small London flat with two models and works in an industry reading scripts. The plot tells of Anna having a make over and meeting someone unexpected through common ground of film. This book is a very good read to kick back ...
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