Wholesome, intelligent and enviably slender, Julie Larimore has been the spokesperson for Killer Body Weight Loss for almost seven years. Then suddenly she vanishes. While fighting off the media frenzy that surrounds Julie's disappearance, the company's maverick founder, Bobby Warren, starts his search for a new spokesmodel for Killer Body and finds the field is wide open.
The Perfect Fit. American-born in spite of the title and accent she acquired from her estranged husband, Princess Gabriella Paquette is the picture of elegance and grace -- and comfortable talking about the weight problem that has plagued her all her life. She's desperate for the job, because the princess is broke.
The Near Fit. At one time Rochelle McArthur was a big TV star -- but blondes fade fast and she's been fading for three years. The Killer Body deal would give her the chance to prove she's not over the hill. It's the perfect opportunity . . . as long as no one uncovers her dirty little secret.
The Misfit She is the most in-demand guest in the world of talk shows. And she knows that's because America wants to watch the woman who had the public affair with the married governor expose all her flaws -- including her yo-yoing weight. But Tania Marie Camp is going to show them all.
In a world where beauty is the ultimate sales tool and honesty that rarest commodity of all, these women are about to learn what Julie Larimore learned the hard way: Some people would die for a killer body.
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