The failing publishing firm of Bennett, Fitzallen & Coe has one last hope -- the tell-all autobiography by glamorous television star Lydia Southland. Unfortunately, after three years in the making, the book is a mess, and the temperamental Lydia has chewed up and spat out three of B, F & C's top editors.
Executive editor Kate Weston flies to California, knowing if she doesn't bring back a terrific book, she shouldn't bother coming back. She's prepared for a beautiful, bitchy Hollywood prima donna -- and gets one. But things are not quite what they seem.
Lydia is actually a loving, intriguing, and complicated woman with a crippling fear about letting the public see her real self. But with gentle coaxing from Kate and her own delightfully offbeat entourage, Lydia returns to the book. Secrets -- perhaps too painful to reveal -- have shaped her life. But in helping the actress find the courage to confront her past, Kate, too, discovers she must face her own...
This paperback book is in good condition with moderate spine creases, corner wear, and a reader's crease.