Playing the Game

Playing the Game

Book - 2003
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What do you do when you break the glass ceiling and are in place as the most famous female presenter on our national TV screens? Stay there of course... But when the celebrated Patti Ward, beautiful, talented and still young (well, depends who's asking) finds her TV role usurped by the up- and- coming Alexandra Khan, maintaining the energy of a twenty-year-old when you're somewhat older becomes a little difficult. And despite the daily massages, wild sex and constant flirtation with her staff. Patti suspects she's on the way out. Patti, though, has worked hard to earn her place in the hearts of millions, and she's not giving up easily. In turn, Alexandra is no ordinary ingenue, and while taken in at first by Patti's friendly overtures, her nose for journalism soon spots some flaws in the cool veneer. A chance meeting in an old people's residential home reveals the beginnings of a trail of discovery, and while Alexandra doesn't particularly want Patti's job, she isn't going to let Patti get the better of her, especially when Patti sets out to seduce her boyfriend. Soon it's time for Alexandra to reveal the truth behind the real Patti Ward... Sexy, sassy, sharp and very funny, this i
Publisher: London : Macmillan, 2003.
ISBN: 9781405000932
1405000937
9780330493697
0330493698
Branch Call Number: SANDS
Characteristics: 248 p. ; 24 cm.

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