The Go-To Girl by Louise Bagshawe

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Gorgeous goddesses seem to surround lowly script-reader Anna Brown--from her deranged, glamour-queen boss to her perfect, pouting roommates. For Anna, being less-than-beautiful is hard to bear. With a dead-end job and a dead-beat boyfriend, she wonders if she can ever be a success. In beauty-crazed London, perhaps being talented just isn't enough. Enter Mark Swan, Britain's hottest director. Rugged, reclusive and powerful, everybody wants a piece of him--from studio heads to supermodels. He could be Anna's ticket to the top, but how can she ever hope to snag such a big star? Fed up with being dowdy and downbeat, Anna decides to chase her dreams, and with a little help from her friends, embarks on a madcap scheme to get what she's after.


About Louise Bagshawe

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Louise Bagshawe is the author of five previous novels, all bestsellers in her native England. She writes full time and lives in New York with her husband and son.
Published February 1, 2005 by St. Martin's Griffin. 384 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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