Valentine

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Random House, May 21, 2009 - Fiction - 368 pages
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Will a shocking secret cause a rising star to fall?

Valentine Fleming dreams of making it as an actress but after years of failed auditions and bit parts her hopes are fading fast - so too is her self-esteem. She is staring into the abyss and a large jar of peanut butter. Her love life is faring no better, with too much time wasted with an ex who has bad news written all over him.

So when she gets a call from her agent telling her she has a part in a play with a sexy leading man, she's over the moon. She's not packing her bags for the Hollywood hills just yet but could this be her lucky break?

But just as it seems that her luck might be set to change she learns a shocking secret and Valentine's world is turned upside down...

Rebecca Farnworth's first novel is an enchanting page turner with a heroine who you just can't help warming to, however many mistakes she makes....

 

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This is one of those books that I read and then wonder why I bothered. I feel this is because I have a "literary" complex that I am only allowed to read books that can be described as having some ... Read full review

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Great read. I couldn't put it down once I really got into it. I laughed and cried.

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
19
Section 3
33
Section 4
55
Section 5
69
Section 6
83
Section 7
99
Section 8
120
Section 12
214
Section 13
229
Section 14
252
Section 15
273
Section 16
295
Section 17
312
Section 18
325
Section 19
345

Section 9
166
Section 10
176
Section 11
191
Section 20
353
Section 21
360
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About the author (2009)

Rebecca Farnworth was a novelist and ghostwriter. She published three novels: Valentine, A Funny Thing About Love and Swimming Pool Summer. She died in November 2014 and is survived by her husband and three children.

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