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A fan favorite from Lies Jane Austen Told Me has her own story as Silvia Bradshaw begins her Hollywood career loving every aspect from the glamour and style of Audrey Hepburn to the behind-the-scenes filmmaking magic - and she is ready to prove her worth as the newest film editor at a major production studio in Hollywood. 

A studio scandal and lawsuit jeopardizes her job and forbids her from seeing love interest Ben from a rival studio.

©2018 Julie Wright (P)2018 Shadow Mountain

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love it so much you all must all listen and I have listened to it 5 times

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I loved it! It was a great story and read really well! The performance was great as well!

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Not very believable, but entertaining.

Great audio performance by Justine Eyre.

The book itself was okay, but somehow not quite right. The characters seemed forced and inconsistent instead of complex. Some of the scenes seemed completely unnecessary while others were clearly on a single-minded mission to drive the plot forward, and the difference was so stark, the overall story felt bipolar.

The romance wasn't very romantic. We only see the hero from heroine's perspective and her perception is skewed, giving us very little objective information about the guy's real character, while his actions are weird enough to send some pretty baffling mixed signals.

But if you need a distraction for a few hours and are willing to check your analytical brain at the door, the narrator's performance is good enough to make this an entertaining listening experience.