Love by Clare Naylor
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Working for Vogue, Amy spends her days dressing waif models in London’s latest apparel while fending off insults from the Gucci-garbed staff. Hardly the glamorous job she hoped it would be. But that won’t stop her from fantasizing about the sensational life she knows she’s destined for—or the prince who’s bound to redeem her from a less-than-glowing record in romance.

However, beneath her dreamy exterior, Amy has a sure streak of common sense. So when the impossible happens—and her path crosses that of London’s hottest film star—she swoons with longing, expecting nothing in return. But Orlando Rock has other ideas. For Amy is just the kind of girl he’s after: smart and witty, different from the daft supermodels and vain leading ladies he’s dated before. Or is she? For with fame, fortune, and true love just around the corner, Amy’s head is spinning, her jet-fueled imagination poised for takeoff. Is her love for Orlando stronger than her lust for the limelight—or is she merely fated to be the paparazzi’s latest prey?

About Clare Naylor

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W. PATRICK NAYLOR is the president of Naylor Financial Services, Inc., an Ohio-based, fee-only registered investment advisory and money management firm. He also lectures to investment groups nationwide and teaches a course entitled Investing on Your Own.
Published June 13, 2012 by Ballantine Books. 287 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Humor & Entertainment. Fiction

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The plots for both shows are loosely based on the life of Doris Troy, a singer who, after writing and recording the 1963 hit ''Just One Look,'' spent several years in Britain before returning to her New York roots.

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Naylor hilariously details Amy's frenzied preparation for dates with Orlando while providing her with a lively supporting cast, most notably in the person of Amy's boss, who could easily do a stint on Absolutely Fabulous.

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