Back After the Break

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Bantam, 2003 - Life change events - 445 pages
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Lindsay Davidson seems to have it all. A 34-year-old interior designer, she’s about to marry Paul Hayes -- think Colin Firth and George Clooney. She has just decided to change careers when two life-changing things occur: she gets the job of her dreams at RTE, and discovers that her fiancÚ’s been cheating on her.

Slowly, she learns to trust again, but her new relationship with sexy radio presenter Chris breaks down, and this time Lindsay doesn’t give herself time to grieve. A friendship with one of Ireland’s top actors develops after his appearance on the show. Film premieres in New York, in gossip columns and a celebrity lifestyle follow, but somehow Lindsay can’t forget Chris, even though there is now open animosity between them.

But life in television is nothing if not exciting, with as much drama off-screen. Lindsay makes some famous new friends and a few enemies, in a world where sex and champagne go hand in hand with scandal and rumour.

Meanwhile Paul has realized his mistake and makes a play to get her back…

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About the author (2003)

Anita Notaro is a TV producer, journalist and director and worked for RTE, Ireland's national broadcasting organization, for eighteen years. She has directed the Eurovision Song Contest and the Irish General Election, as well as programmes for the BBC and Channel 4. She is the author of Back After the Break, Behind the Scenes and The WWW Club.

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