HOW TO SLEEP WITH A MOVIE STAR KRISTIN HARMEL PDF
How to Sleep with a Movie Star. Kristin Harmel, Author. Time Warner/5 Spot $ (p) ISBN How To Sleep With A Movie Star By Kristin Harmel – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Book Review: How to Sleep with a Movie Star by Kristin Harmel Her live-in boyfriend won’t have sex with her and she’s just been asked to.
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I also thought the ending seemed a bit rushed. However, Claire’s enemy at Mod, beauty and fashion director Sidra DeSimon informs the tabloids that Claire and Cole are an entry and writes an article on that one night stand under Claire’s name. According to the tabloids and the mouth of his own publicist he’s the closest thing to a modern-day Casanova.
I’ll have to read more of Kristin Harmel. There she runs into Cole Brannon, a famous and handsome movie star she had interviewed earlier that day for the entertainment magazine she works for. In spite of stereotyping, sub-genre readers will appreciate this battle of the female gladiators as they war over editorial supremacy with the winner obtaining a fine prize, Cole.
Very nice indeed, humorous and easy-read for summer. Jun 23, Ally Finlay rated it it was ok. After spending time living in Paris, she now lives in Orlando, Fla. Kristin Harmel is no stranger to the worlds of magazine publishing or celebrity journalism.
I will not go into details about the contents of the book as I think they are already well documented but from page 1 this book was a page turner. The male’s restroom scene: Cute story, very fast read. There’s a problem loading this menu right now.
East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. From Publishers Weekly Harmel’s modern-day fairy tale, her debut novel, takes a look at celebrity worship and women’s magazines through the somewhat starstruck, somewhat skeptical eyes of self-described “nice girl” Claire Reilly, a year-old entertainment editor at Mod magazine.
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Cole is unlike the other movie stars she’s interviewed and makes sure she gets home safely kridtin that her ex-boyfriend is no longer around. At this point in her career, interviewing celebrities is nothing to Claire.
I’m glad I picked it up at the library because of the title and didn’t actually pay for it. Has the drunken meeting in a bar with him. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Sidra leaks a rumor about Claire and Cole to the tabloids and fabricates a Mod article—with Claire’s byline attached—about their alleged one-night-stand.
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It’s a good light read with a glass of wine or at the beach. Maybe some movke wouldn’t like that, but honestly, for a teenager that’s consumed by the spotlight, I really want to be like Claire. Nov 15, Cat rated it liked it Shelves: When We Meet Again. Jan 08, Stephanie rated it really liked it.
This book kritin mediocre at best. They might not have Oscar buzz, and I might be embarrassed sometimes to admit I want to see the movie, but I secretly enjoy slee, and need some light, cheesy movies sprinkled in between the heavy, thought-provoking movies or else I’ll go crazy or become too serious. She throws the womanizing moocher out of her home, but is upset so decides to get drunk on tequila shots. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase.
A Book Club Recommendation! They literally don’t speak for the entire book! Get to Know Us. Also there wasn’t a whole lot of Cole Brannon in this book, stra character that I, for one, really enjoyed.
The other girls she worked with kept insulting her. Mod never had a chance.
How to Sleep with a Movie Star
Sep 01, Mary Herring rated it really liked it. Set up a giveaway. His down-home boyish charm strikes an immediate chord in Claire that she’s determined to ignore. In her debut novel, How to Sleep with a Movie Star, she takes the knowledge she’s garnered through krisitn professional experiences and krristin it into a fictional “what if?
I mean, who wouldn’t?? Got to read it. It was a fun way to get to the know the inside of the women’s magazine world not the rags and though it’s obviously a fantasy, it still seemed real.
This book was so easy to fall in love with.