|Product Name||Beautiful Liars|
|Category||Book / Magazine / Publication|
|Amazon.com||Buy on Amazon ~ 0758205007|
|Price New||0.99 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Price Used||0.02 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Long Description||The rich and glamorous never need to sleep alone. At least, that's the theory. Gorgeous, successful, and pampered women like Emma Ronson and Simone Williams, the hosts of TV's hottest new daily talk show, The Beehive, seem to have New York-and all of the men in it-at their feet. But behind the scenes, it's a much different story . . . Emma left a career in serious journalism for daytime popularity, and now she's interviewing barely literate reality stars as she watches her credibility slip away. Even worse, she's also sharing the Beehive couch with Sutton, an aging news diva who's doesn't miss a chance to stick her claws into Emma for stealing her media mogul boyfriend. Simone, a Black American Princess and former teen model, is drowning in debt that her Beehive salary can't begin to cover, and her famous ex has just crossed the line from stalker to psycho. Caught up in a wild mix of cheating boyfriends, scheming rivals, velvet-rope catfights, backstabbing exes, and bloodthirsty gossip columnists, the city's most beautiful people are about to discover just how ugly life at the top can get . . . Kylie Adams is the author of Ex-Girlfriends, Fly Me to the Moon, Baby, Baby, and the USA Today bestsellers The Only Thing Better than Chocolate (with Janet Dailey and Sandra Steffen) and Santa Baby (with Lisa Jackson, Elaine Coffman, and Lisa Plumley). She is a contributing editor to The South, a regional bimonthly magazine that features her pop culture/humor column, "Kylie Says". She lives in Brandon, Mississippi, where she is currently at work on her next novel.|
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