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Robin Mulcahey always dreamed of being a big-time actress. In college, she took countless drama classes and finally snagged the coveted lead of Maggie in Tennessee Williams's "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof." Now, six years later, she's one of the country's hottest soap-opera stars. She's just won a Day-time Emmy for her portrayal of "South Riding's" bad girl, and now, when it seemed life couldn't be any more perfect, she's wed Declan Blair, the hottest up-and-coming Irish film actor.
So, what's the problem?
Robin Mulcahey is dead. Killed in a devastating car wreck in 1996 while riding with her best friend, Amy Shiley, her life should have ended there. Amy, battered beyond recognition in the accident, makes a bold decision and steps into the role. But things aren't always as they appear and despite her glamorous life, Amy's never been able to forget the love she shared with Paul Mulcahey–Robin's older brother. A love now forbidden...
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Hello, Readers. I'm thrilled about my new hardcover, UNDERSTUDY, and I hope you will be, too. I had a great time writing about Amy, a girl from the wrong side of the tracks, who covets her best friend's life and family. When fate gives her a choice to actually live Robin's life, she discovers that living a lie can have consequences far worse than she can ever imagine. Even realizing Robin's dream of becoming an accomplished day-time soap star can't assuage the guilt she feels at living a life that doesn't belong to her. She is caught up in the ultimate masquerade, playing the role of a lifetime twenty-four-seven. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it.About the Author:
Carole Bellacera's work has appeared in magazines such as Woman's World, The Star, Endless Vacation, and The Washington Post. Her latest novel, Chocolate on a Stick, was released in trade paperback by Baycrest Books in September 2005.
Her first novel, Border Crossings, a hardcover published by Forge Books in May of 1999, was a 2000 RITA Award nominee for Best Romantic Suspense and Best First Book, a nominee for the 2000 Virginia Literary Award in Fiction. It was also a 2000 finalist in the Golden Quill award and in the Aspen Gold Award and won 1st Place in the Volusia County 2000 Laurel Wreath Award. Her work has appeared in various anthologies such as Kay Allenbaugh's Chocolate for a Woman's Heart, Chocolate for a Couples' Heart, and Chicken Soup for Couples.
A resident of Northern Virginia, Carole has been married to Frank, a retired Air Force man, for thirty-two years, and is the proud mother of two grown children. As a military wife, she has had the privilege of living in some wonderful places, including Hawaii, Greece, Colorado, and North Carolina. In addition to her writing career, she has worked as a medical technician, a librarian, an executive secretary, and a receptionist for a member of Congress on Capitol Hill. When she's not writing, her most favorite thing to do in the world is downhill skiing.
She considers Picabo Street her personal heroine, and if she wasn't a writer, she'd love to be a ski racer.
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Book Description Echelon Press Publishing November 2005, 2005. Trade Paperback. Condition: Used Good. Text is in English. Size - H: 8', W: 5', D: .75' This item is Used and is listed as being in Good condition. Cover has some light edge wear and bumped corners. Binding is intact. There are some creases on the spine. There is pen mark in the top right corner of the endpaper, and a highlighter mark in the top right corner, but pages are otherwise clean and unmarked. FF00000007398 Firefly sells new and used books through our store front. We try to add a detailed description to as many titles as possible. If you have questions regarding this title, please contact us. Photos available on request. Seller Inventory # 86021
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