The Other Side of the Story

The Other Side of the Story

Book - 2004
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Set in the world of publishing, The Other Side of the Story is about love, loyalty, glass ceilings and survival tactics- and what to do when you get your chance for revenge.

Blackwell North Amer
Focused and hardworking, literary agent Jojo Harvey combines the body of Jessica Rabbit with the mind of a steel trap. While watching her back on the corporate ladder and keeping an eye out for the low-flying ceilings, she falls for her boss. Her married boss.
Lily Wright, one of Jojo's clients, is enjoying overnight success with her debut novel. But nagging doubts are surfacing and she's all too aware of the fragile nature of her happiness. Her second novel doesn't want to be written - but she must deliver it. She's already spent the advance - Anton, the 'Love of her Life', persuaded her to buy their dream home. And then there's the guilt about Gemma.
Events Organizer extraordinaire Gemma Hogan was Lily's best friend - until Lily stole Anton - also the 'Love of her Life'. Coping with the demands of her recently deserted mother, Gemma's social life is flat-lining - a mortifying situation which makes for hilarious emails to a friend. Tales so funny, they come to the attention of literary agent Jojo Harvey who takes Gemma on as a client.

Publisher: London : M. Joseph, c2004
Description: viii, 647 p. ; 22 cm
ISBN: 9780718144678
Branch Call Number: Keye


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Apr 07, 2012

I quite enjoyed this book. The last hundred pages or so were hard to put down. The author would get you following one person's story, raise intrigue, then leave you hanging as you delve into the next character..and had this formula for all three characters. Hope you find it good too!

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