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The motherhood walk of fame / by Low, Shari

By: Low, Shari.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New Delhi: HarperCollins Publisher, 2007Description: 374 p.ISBN: 9780007267668.Subject(s): | Hollywood (Los Angeles, Calif.) -- Fiction | Women authors -- Fiction. Women authorsDDC classification: 823.92 Summary: When you've got the choice of - Hollywood Hills vs suburban hell, endless sunshine compared to non-stop rain, Prada vs Primark, the Ivy vs Pizza Express, or even drop-dead heartthrob vs deadly-dull husband what would you do? But that's the choice that struggling novelist and suburban housewife, Carly Cooper faces when Hollywood superstar (and ex-boyfriend) Sam Morton phones her one day. Carly can hardly believe her luck. Now she's got her first foot in the door to the Hollywood Walk Of Fame - and the chance to pitch her script to LA movie moguls. So leaving her husband behind, she swaps her life of domestic strife for the glitz and glamour world - even if she does have two exciteable kids along for the ride. But is her new life all it's cracked up to be? And is home really where the heart is? She needs to find the answers to these questions before it's too late
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When you've got the choice of - Hollywood Hills vs suburban hell, endless sunshine compared to non-stop rain, Prada vs Primark, the Ivy vs Pizza Express, or even drop-dead heartthrob vs deadly-dull husband what would you do? But that's the choice that struggling novelist and suburban housewife, Carly Cooper faces when Hollywood superstar (and ex-boyfriend) Sam Morton phones her one day. Carly can hardly believe her luck. Now she's got her first foot in the door to the Hollywood Walk Of Fame - and the chance to pitch her script to LA movie moguls. So leaving her husband behind, she swaps her life of domestic strife for the glitz and glamour world - even if she does have two exciteable kids along for the ride. But is her new life all it's cracked up to be? And is home really where the heart is? She needs to find the answers to these questions before it's too late

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