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The Out of Office Girl: Summer comes early with this gorgeous rom-com! Paperback – 5 Jul 2012
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The plot revolves around assistant editor Alice who is chosen by her publishing house to go out Sicily to help prompt american actor Luther Carson who she is very attracted to as a fan, to give his autobiography more detail.
The star is staying in Sicily with his publicist Sam, his current biographer Brian and hanger on Annabelle. Alice arrives determined to make her name by getting what her company needs but soon loses her direction as she becomes distracted by her fellow occupants domestic and personal issues.
The story itself keeps you turning pages, but I loved all the details of Alice's shopping trips and visits to the villas pool. This book feels sunny and takes the reader on a fun and colourful break to beautiful Italy.
Perfect for a break from life and I would love to watch this as a film.
Some unbelievable moments but it was also believable, this is due to the way its been written and really transports you into crazy celebrity land.