Star

Star

A Novel

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Pamela Anderson's life is the stuff of fairy tales and centerfolds. A champagne blonde who was discovered by a beer company, she moved from model to Playmate, from actress to star...and now she can add New York Times bestselling author to her resumé. Star is a breathless romp through tinseltown and tabloids. An insider's look at the world of inflated egos and inflated bodies,Ms. Anderson's novel goes beyond the air kisses and velvet ropes to show what really happens when A-list meets D-cup, when small-town girl gets all glittered up and becomes a star.
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  • Atria Books | 
  • 304 pages | 
  • ISBN 9780743493758 | 
  • May 2005
List Price $19.99
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Chapter 1: Don't Stop Believing

They called her Star.

Her best friend, Theresa, had started it after they'd seen that old Barbra Streisand movie A Star Is Born, when it had come on the late show on one of the two Miami channels they could pick up on Arcady Key. They'd been having a sleepover at Theresa's, and both girls had fallen hard for the over-the-top rock-star romance. When Ms. Streisand's character explained that her name, Esther, meant "star" in Hebrew, well...that was pretty much all it took. Esther Wood Leigh was instantly commissioned Star.

The name stuck for good reason.

There was just... see more
"Mother's looking for you," Theresa said, cutting her off. "And you just missed Adam. What's he so pissed about?"

"I don't know." Star shrugged. It was only a half-truth. She didn't really know what it was this time. "He seemed okay yesterday." Star sat heavily on the bench beside the lockers where the staff stowed their purses and street clothes.

Just off the kitchen, the dingy room reeked of old sneakers, foot powder, and fried seafood. The only ornamentation in the windowless cell was the "Choking" poster that detailed the Heimlich maneuver and a hand-lettered sign exhorting employees to wash their hands. On the far end was a sink, a... see more

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