Lorelei's Guiding Light: An Intimate Diary
When Lorelei Hills, the tough, vivacious character from TV's beloved "Guiding Light," wakes up in Mexico, she asks, "who am I?" What she wants and needs to know desperately is her name, where she's from and how she came to be in a stranger's bed.
Lorelei's Guiding Light: An Intimate Diary is the inside story of one woman's struggle to come to terms with her identity and to emerge as a force to be reckoned with. Here is the Lorelei that viewers of the show have never seen--the history and emotions, the hopes and dreams that have made her the star of an unforgettable human drama. Learn all the hidden details about her lost days and nights in Mexico, her high-roller life in New York, her childhood in Virginia. And experience in-depth her innermost thoughts, schemes and desires that have never emerged on the screen. From the moment she teams up with the character you love to hate, Edmund Winslow, to impersonate Lorelei's late lookalike Beth Raines in order to claim Beth's fortune, family and very possibly her ex-husband (the deeply attractive Phillip Spaulding) this book is unputdownable, the ultimate record of a secret life, written in Lorelei's own impossible-to-imitate style.
As written by Beth Chamberlin, the actress who portrays both Lorelei Hills and Beth Raines, this page turner is filled with intrigue, gossip, deceit and, of course, plenty of romance--in short, everything you expect from "Guiding Light..." and more.
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