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An exciting novel set in the drama/film world with two strong main characters, plenty of emotion, and a generally satisfactory conclusion. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 038540395X, Paperback)

Elizabeth has always been beautiful and used to the admiration of everyone, but becomes obsessed with a man who appears not to notice her: the actor, Jerome Didier, the man acting opposite her in a hit 1950s play. But Jerome has fallen in love with Pippa, who is neither beautiful nor an actress.

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Elizabeth Laurence is astoundingly beautiful. So beautiful she has never known what it is to have even a plain day. Used to the admiration of all, it seems that she will always be in charge of her own destiny. A star from the first minute she appears on celluloid, her future is certain, until she is cast opposite Jerome Didier in a hit play. As staggeringly handsome as she is beautiful, and tipped to become the leading actor of his generation, Jerome would appear to be made for Elizabeth. But Jerome has fallen in love with the tousle-haired and carefree Pippa Nicholls, who is neither conventionally beautiful nor an actress and, much to Elizabeth's fury, he marries her. They are set to live happily ever after - until the playwright Oscar Greene creates a part for Elizabeth which she intuitively recognizes is based on the character of Pippa, and Jerome is tragically deceived by the duplicity of his art.… (more)

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