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SHE WENT ALL THE WAY
by Meggin Cabot

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance

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He was absolutely the last
person that Academy Award–winning screenwriter Lou Calabrese wanted to see.
Granted, superstar Jack Townsend is handsome and talented, he also broke Lou's
friend's heart.
But the show must go on so Lou and Jack board a helicopter to fly to an Alaskan
movie site. What is already an awkward situation turns deadly when the pilot of
the helicopter suddenly tries to shoot Jack. The horrified duo learn that the
pilot has been hired to kill Jack, and since Lou is along for the ride, there
can be no witnesses.


Some quick thinking forces a crash landing, but now Lou and Jack are stuck
in the Alaskan wilderness with snowmobile hitmen chasing them. Hopefully they
can survive long enough to answer the big
question: Who wants to kill Hollywood's favorite actor?


Bestselling author Meggin Cabot
(aka Meg Cabot) launches readers on an incredible and exhilarating ride. Filled
with humorous and wacky characters, loads of action and sexy scenes, this "Hollywood"
tale is one funny romp. (Dec., 384
pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Avon

Published: December 2002

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