Once Is Not Enough

Womens Fiction

Author: Jacqueline Susann

Once upon a time, the entertainment industry was a world that never slept. Magazine editors, models, pop stars, and all the rest visited “vitamin doctors” to get the shots that would allow them to stay up all night and then work all day–in offices decorated with beanbag chairs and Calderesque mobiles. In this world, January Wayne goes from poor-little-rich-girl to grown-u….Read More

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