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Studio Relations
     

Studio Relations

by Georgie Lee
 

Vivien Howard hasn’t forgiven Weston Holmes for almost derailing her career five years ago. Female directors in 1930s Hollywood are few and far between, and a man who coasts by on his good looks and family connections can’t possibly appreciate what it took for her to get to where she is. But when the studio head puts Weston in charge of overseeing

Overview

Vivien Howard hasn’t forgiven Weston Holmes for almost derailing her career five years ago. Female directors in 1930s Hollywood are few and far between, and a man who coasts by on his good looks and family connections can’t possibly appreciate what it took for her to get to where she is. But when the studio head puts Weston in charge of overseeing Vivien’s ambitious Civil War film, she realizes she has a choice: make nice with her charismatic new boss or watch a replacement director destroy her dream.

Weston Holmes doesn’t know much about making movies, but he knows plenty about money. And thanks to the Depression, ticket sales are dangerously low. The studio can’t afford a flop — or bad press, which is exactly what threatens to unfold when an innocent encounter between Weston and Vivien is misconstrued by the gossip rags. The only solution? A marriage of convenience that will force the bickering duo into an unlikely alliance — and guide them to their own happy Hollywood ending.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781612186771
Publisher:
Montlake Romance
Publication date:
12/11/2012
Pages:
207
Product dimensions:
5.40(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.80(d)

Meet the Author

San Diego native Georgie Lee began her writing career at a local television station. After earning a master’s degree in screenwriting, she moved to Los Angeles to work in the interesting — and strange — world of the entertainment industry. She is a dedicated history and film buff, combining her passions for Hollywood, history, and storytelling in her romantic novels Mask of the Gladiator, Labor Relations, and Lady’s Wager. When she’s not writing, she enjoys reading nonfiction history and watching any movie featuring a costume and an accent.

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