Sullivan has a good life. Her manuscript's been accepted by an agent.
She has a fantastic fiancé. She enjoys a great relationship
with her dad, Thomas Sullivan. Then one day it all falls apart.
Her novel's rejected, her fiancé--she learns--is engaged
to another woman, and her dad commits suicide.
her father's death, Tracey looks through her father's belongings.
Among the documents she finds a birth certificate for a child named
Anna Reynolds. She was born to Thomas Reynolds and Victoria Ure
at the same moment as Tracey. Next she finds a legal document, changing
a man's name from Thomas Reynolds to Thomas Sullivan. Then she finds
a wedding license for Thomas and Victoria. Last, she finds her father's
wedding album. Tracy was intrigued. She had never known her mother.
she looks up from the photos, the TV catches her eye. On the screen
is her father's bride. Could Urania Vickers, the famous B-movie
actress, be her mother?
Varney is Tracey's agent. He also happens to be Urania's agent.
Urania's book has been rejected by her publisher, and they want
their million-dollar advance back. Mark needs a ghostwriter who
can do quick, competent work. Mark has never met Tracey, but he
is quite impressed by her writing. He approaches her with an offer.
When Tracey finds out that she could work directly with Urania,
she finds the opportunity too good to pass up. Tracey is whisked
off to Greece to begin work.
meets Urania. She feels nothing. But when she finally meets Mark,
sparks begin to fly!
story was good, but the descriptions were endless. It read as if
the book had been written and was too short, so the descriptions
were added to fluff it up. The sex ranged from really clichéd
to really hot. Some of the coincidences were too far-fetched to
be believable, and there was some vulgar language. And yet...
book was hard to put down. The story was interesting. The climax
was intense. The death of Tracey's dad was heartbreaking. Some flaws,
but this is an enjoyable book