THE MAKING OF A FILM, A FRIENDSHIP AND A FATAL ATTRACTION!
What would happen if you were pulled into a twisted Cinderella love story with Marilyn Monroe as your fairy godmother? Plenty.
Imagine this: Penny Parker, a curvy dime-store cashier, longs for a best girlfriend. When she wins a contest, she gets one: Marilyn Monroe. She’ll be the on-set assistant to the iconic star for eight precious days during the filming of Some Like It Hot in 1958. Penny’s black-and-white life turns Technicolor as she becomes part of Marilyn’s world of smoldering secrets, sinister strangers and jaw-dropping bombshells.
A TINSELTOWN TEMPTRESS AND A SMALL-TOWN SPINSTER…
The emotional whirlwind uncovers Penny’s confusing attraction to childhood buddy, Frankie Holland. And in what could be a happily ever after moment, Hollywood’s smartest dumb blonde steps in to play fairy godmother to her newfound—and unlikely—Cinderella.
…UNCOVER THE TRUE MEANING OF FRIENDSHIP!
Penny sneaks Marilyn out of the famed Hotel del Coronado near San Diego and into the real world. With the help of old friends and new—and a ghost or two—Penny discovers there’s a ruthless killer on the loose who has Marilyn in the crosshairs. Together, Penny and Marilyn discover how hearts can sometimes see what eyes cannot.
Pure movie magic that’s as entertaining as a three-martini lunch with the gals, My Friend Marilyn intertwines history and myth to tell a tale of acceptance, friendship and love.
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About the Author
Christopher Lentz is the acclaimed author of My Friend Marilyn (historical fiction, 2018) and The Blossom Trilogy (historical romance). His books are about hope, second chances, and outcasts overcoming obstacles. At their core, Lentz’s stories are about how love changes everything. Lentz made his mark as a corporate-marketing executive before becoming a full-time author. He’s kissed the love of his life atop the Eiffel Tower, climbed the Great Wall of China, snorkeled the Great Barrier Reef, and earned a paycheck dressing up as Winnie the Pooh at Disneyland. He lives in a haunted Victorian house and firmly believes that hoarding is okay if your stuff’s cool. Lentz resides in Southern California with his wife and family. Follow him on Twitter @AuthorLentz or Facebook @christopher.lentz.author. For more information, visit christopherlentz.org.