A Hollywood Ending

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Penguin, 2008 - Fiction - 307 pages
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From the bestselling author of Weekend in Paris, a brand- new novel that proves happy endings don’t just happen in Hollywood.

American starlet Paige Carson is off to London to try her hand at Shakespeare, and prove that she deserves more than bimbo roles and Hollywood hunks who can’t see beyond their own reflections. But stage acting is not quite what she expected. Neither is her landlord, Ed Hawkshead, a highfalutin documentary-maker who seems far from the charming, floppy-haired Brit of her daydreams.

Having a spoiled Hollywood brat—even one this attractive—as a tenant is Ed’s worst nightmare. He’s certain he will have to rescue her from trouble and is surprised when the tables are turned and he is the one needing help. Opposites attract as Paige and Ed must revise their assumptions about each other and rise to new challenges professionally.

Robyn Sisman has done it again, writing a rollicking romantic comedy that will warm readers’ hearts as they fall in love with her delightful characters.

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User Review  - ABShepherd - LibraryThing

It was really hard to like both the main characters at first and I'm not really sure they got all that much better, but I think we were supposed to become sympathetic. Overall, I liked the book, but the ending was pretty abrupt - ending 2 pages after the protagonists finally get together. Read full review

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User Review  - pru-lennon - LibraryThing

i wasn't sure i was going to make it through this book when i started. paige carson, the protagonist, starts as a bratty, spoiled, selfish, childish hollywood star. the book definitely dragged for me ... Read full review

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Robyn Sisman was born in Los Angeles and grew up in various parts of the United States and Europe. She is the author of Weekend in Paris, Just Friends, Summer in the City, and Special Relationship.

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