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Book Title: TruLeigh|
The author of the book: Yvonne Collins
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Format files: PDF
The size of the: 895 KB
Edition: Yvonne Collins, Sandy Rideout
Date of issue: December 22nd 2012
Read full description of the books TruLeigh:The best laid plans...
Fifteen-year-old Vivien Leigh Reid has plans for the summer. Plans that don’t include six weeks in a rainy foreign country, getting to know her estranged movie star mother, Annika Anderson. Despite her furious protests, Leigh’s dad ships her off to Ireland where she’ll be her mom’s personal assistant on the set of her latest film.
When Irish eyes are smiling...
Annika may be a cold-hearted diva, but her gorgeous young co-star, Sean Finlay, has Leigh all hot and bothered. Unfortunately, Sean only has eyes for Annika. And Annika only has eyes for the unavailable director, Roger. When Leigh lands a bit-part in the movie, she finds herself not only sharing scenes and scripts with her mother, but vying for the spotlight—and Sean’s affections.
One diva is too many...
But one small movie set isn’t big enough for two divas. Tensions rise as the diva and her daughter clash off and on the set. There’s no script, and no predictable happy ending as they tackle the toughest roles of their lives: acting like a mother and daughter.
Read information about the authorWhen I'm not writing books with Sandy, I can usually be found on a film set, where life is anything but dull. I've hung off the side of Toronto's CN tower, faced down a Grizzly bear, danced with Gregory Hines, and shared a beer with Ireland's Lord Guinness.
In 2003, Panavision Canada recognized my camera skills with the coveted Woody Award. It's an honor. Really.
And to think I almost became a cop. Fortunately for the citizens of Toronto, I flunked the psychological profile. Then, there was my brief stint as a bank manager, but I don't want to dwell on that.
Better to dwell on the restaurant job where I met the man who became my husband. I was the bartender; he was the busboy. It's still a perfect match: I get to call the "shots" and he cleans up after me. More importantly, he cleans up after our schnauzer, whom we affectionately describe as a four-bagger (Note: Dog-owners, you know what I'm talking about here).
I am a tea granny and a home dècor magazine junkie. I play the piano, although I don't own one. I own two guitars, although I don't play them. I sing to my dog, wear fleece even in summer, and never miss an episode of Coronation Street.
I could go on, but my tea is cold. And let's face it, you probably stopped reading after I mentioned the Woody Award.
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