How to Sleep with a Movie Star

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Grand Central Publishing, Feb 12, 2008 - Fiction - 336 pages
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26-year-old Claire Reilly is on top of her game as one of the youngest celebrity reporters and editors in the business. At Mod magazine, she is a consummate professional, interviewing dreamy Hollywood hunks and staying on top of every story. Unfortunately, her live-in boyfriend seems intent on setting the worlds record for celibacy, yet she finds herself penning articles like Ten Reasons You Should Have a One-Night Stand. When Claire lands the plum assignment of interviewing Cole Brannon, Hollywoods #1 hottie, she knows better than to mix business with pleasure, but the next morning, she finds herself in Coles bed....without her clothes. After the tabloids pick up the story, Claires life is turned upside down. In struggling to regain her reputation, shell learn a great deal about herself....and that you shouldnt always believe everything you read.
 

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HOW TO SLEEP WITH A MOVIE STAR

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Fashion magazine girl interviews hot actor guy, then the whole world thinks they slept together.Harmel's debut can occasionally be less than irritating, quite an achievement given the exhausted field ... Read full review

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Amazing book.Talks about the insidelife of a journalist and the hardhitting gossip and journalism.Must read and truly inspiring :)

Contents

Praise
How to Live Together Happily Ever After
Hot Summer Reads
How to Talk to Your Dream
Drinking
Purging
Flirting
The Starlet
The Hunk
The Sexy Siren
The Ingenue
Copyright

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Kristin Harmel is the author of four women's fiction novels. She also reports for People magazine, and her work has appeared in magazines including Glamour, Runner's World, Woman's Day, American Baby, and Men's Health. She's also the author of two novels for teens. Kristin Harmel lives in Orlando, Florida.

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