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Just the Way You Are
Aspiring screenwriter Britt Kingsley knows that she has written a hit screenplay when she finishes “Dream Girl,” but struggles to find her break in Hollywood as an unknown. Desperate to get her script read, she schemes to work as a secretary at a talent agency to make professional contacts. The opportunity comes when she picks up a phone call from acclaimed film director Derek Redmond. Pretending to be her boss, Britt successfully promotes her own script. When she meets him under these false pretenses, she is troubled to find herself irresistibly drawn to him…
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* Reviews translated are reviews posted on "Romance Library", our local Japanese Harlequin digital comics website. On this website, we translated those reviews into multi-languages with auto-translating machine.
The watchword here is Hollywood
Wonders and the impressions of a book could not bad, fun is the heroine had lied goal chances on the grounds. Probably didn't have any bad characters. Talk of a film in the romantic comedy. Momose teacher of art is very beautiful, is a favorite.
Yes, it is.
Liars blah blah blah love certainly is not a story and then and there, I thought.
Words come out at any rate, here's Hollywood.
As a story? Only HQ aimed at telling dreams better, you all have?
It lies more with good momentum, so again dropped and so was. Say how much Hollywood lawsuit I know this. Of thinking and what I'm reading, this gag a comedy. Not Hey it was me laughed off by good people who pocketed big heroine boss both hero and fellow Director, with a sense of humor. But if my hero teach another little I think even under good? There are weaknesses too in love with...
From the story.
Works OK. It was a fun talk about nasty people come.