A book to die for...Eve Benedict is the last of the movie goddesses, a smoky-voiced sex symbol with two Oscars, four ex-husbands, and a legion of lovers to her name. There is no secret, no scandal she doesn't know. Now Eve has decided to write her memoirs--no holds barred. All Hollywood begs her... show more
A book to die for...
Eve Benedict is the last of the movie goddesses, a smoky-voiced sex symbol with two Oscars, four ex-husbands, and a legion of lovers to her name. There is no secret, no scandal she doesn't know. Now Eve has decided to write her memoirs--no holds barred. All Hollywood begs her not to. But Eve has her reasons....
Julia Summers is the biographer Eve has handpicked to tell her story. Transported from her quiet life in Connecticut to glitzy Beverly Hills, Julia hates the limelight but loves her work--and the home it built for the ten-year-old son she's raising alone. How can she refuse this chance of a lifetime?
But Eve's elegantly sexy stepson, Paul Winthrop, will challenge Eve's determination to tell her story--and Julia's resolve to guard her heart. And as Julia learns just how far Eve's enemies will go to keep her book from publication, she also discovers that Eve has one last, dark secret to share. It is one that will change Julia's life--and could cut it brutally short.
Publish date: August 1st 1991
Pages no: 521
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Romantic Suspense
Hollywood star Eve Benedict decides that, after fifty years in the spotlight, it’s time for an autobiography. And she wants celebrity biographer Julia Summers to write it. But there are some secrets people are willing to kill to keep off the page... This one was a huge disappointment for me. The sus...
So this book is kind of dated, saw it on bookshelf at home, and decide wat the hell. I actually enjoyed it. It's my first book by Nora Roberts, and I must say it was way better than I was expecting. Yes its a lil bit dated (they described a PC as modern technology) but i did enjoy the plot, and all ...
Acabei.Gostei, como gosto de qualquer livro da NR. Não está nos meus favoritos, mas gostei bastante de vários pormenores que achei interessantes. Houve outros aspectos que não me surpreenderem, à falta de melhor palavra.Foi um livro que me pôs a pensar sobre as injustiças da vida.Começando pelas par...