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Gaga by Leslie Tall Manning
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It isn't you. It's me.
But what had her more afraid than screwing up, more afraid than NOT being able to pull off what the magazine expected from her, was the flipside. And this flipside was the reason she suddenly felt hesitant. Because Monica Reese Taylor had a larger part of her that knew she COULD do it. That she could do it pretty damn well. And that frightened her more than anything.
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Monty is ready to rock. Funny thing is, she doesn’t know it yet!

When her husband releases her from a stagnant marriage, forty-five-but-looks-thirty Monica Reese Taylor, freelance writer for Home & Goddess Magazine, gets the career opportunity of a lifetime. All she has to do is leave her daughter behind, change her name, dress like a crazed groupie, and for one month follow a comeback rock band as they tour the eastern United States.

But that’s not all: Monty has to spend time with the famous lead guitarist in order to get her story. A hot musician whose poster she kissed every night in her bedroom back in the eighties!

With her undisclosed agenda well hidden beneath Aqua Net, Maybelline, and leather, Monty plays the part of groupie with finesse, never suspecting that her rocker crush has a few tight-lipped secrets of his own…secrets that make hers seem like child’s play…secrets that could change Monty’s life forever.

This is the surprisingly fresh story of a coming-of-middle-age woman who believes that pretending to be someone else isn’t the best way to discover who she really is.

Or is it?
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