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The truth about my success [electronic resource]

Sheldon, Dyan2013
Paloma Rose is 16 years old and the star of one of the most popular TV shows ever. She has millions of fans and is the face of a hugely successful merchandising empire. But having had too much too young, Paloma is growing into a notorious brat and beginning to behave really badly: inappropriate boyfriends, drunken incidents, suggestive photos on the internet. The resulting bad publicity could mean the end of the show and with that the end of the lavish lifestyles her family - and her agent - have grown accustomed to. Then her agent bumps into 16 year old Oona Giness in a coffee shop and, struck by the resemblance, decides to switch Oona for Paloma and trick the wayward brat into going off to a boot camp in the desert which he hopes will sort her out.
London : Walker Books, 2013.
1 online resource (351 pages)
Description based on print version record.Electronic reproduction. Cleveland, Ohio : Overdrive, 2013? Mode of access: World Wide Web. System requirements: Adobe Digital Editions (file size: 12911 KB).
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