Soap Opera by Eileen Fulton

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Only Eileen Fulton could give us such a delicious, behind-the-scenes look at the world of soaps, told in the form of a commercial novel. The story begins with the heroine, an all-American midwestern girl, being jilted by her fiance right before their wedding. Against her family's wishes, she leaves town and heads for New York where she tries to get a job on a soap. She starves for a while but finally lands a job on "Another Life". What follows is sex, scandal, murder, betrayal, and back-stabbing. And what Eileen realizes is that the story line of a soap is nothing compared to what goes on offstage.

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Published June 1, 1999 by St Martins Pr. 311 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Encapsulating the multiple tragedies, flagrant coincidences and tear-streaked triumphs that define soap opera, Fulton includes such stock characters as the dashing hero, the ingenue, the idiosyncratic diva and the lecherous producer, as well as swarthy and quixotic lady-killers, beautiful na fs r...

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