From London with Love

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Penguin Books Limited, Jul 21, 2011 - Fiction - 480 pages
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Can you run from James Bond? Jessica Granger is desperate to know: her father is one of the most famous actors to tackle the part and, as Heavenly Melons, her mother was voted sexiest Bond girl. But for Jessica it's an embarrassment too far . . . she simply wants to be a person in her own right. So she flees Hollywood for London, seeking independence in a city where nobody knows her name. But when she finds a job as a celebrity booker on a chat show she realizes the more friends she makes, the harder it becomes to keep up the lies about who she is. And when Jessica falls for Paul, a writer on the show, her life as a double agent puts him in double trouble. When the truth explodes like a thunderball, can she convince Paul to live and let live rather than live and let die? Perhaps a sprinkling of the 007 magic might spice up her love life after all . . .

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I did not expecting this book to turn out so well and i am truly enjoying it. For normal person like us, we used to wonder how is the life of the rich and famous.. even for their offsprings. This book ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Jemma Forte has worked for many years in the TV industry, including five years at the Disney Channel, as well as presenting on the BBC, ITV and Channel 4. She lives with husband and two children in London. Her first novel, Me and Miss M, is available as a Penguin paperback.

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