An Oklahoma girl follows her cousin, Ginger Rogers, to Hollywood—where ambition is altered by tragedy, experience, and increasing self-knowledge. “A witty and meticulously researched treat.” — Kirkus Reviews “An engrossing glimpse into a bygone era and the forces affecting a young woman's evolution into her own abilities.” — Midwest Book Review
"A time capsule of Hollywood's Golden Era . . . a captivating novel of Tinsel Town's perils and pitfalls, trade-offs and triumphs!" Leslie Carroll, author of American Princess
"An engrossing glimpse into a bygone era and the forces affecting a young woman's evolution into her own abilities and adulthood . . . vigorous and involving to the end." Midwest Book Review
"A witty and meticulously researched treat." Kirkus Reviews "
A biographical novel as bright as the Golden Era . . . A lovely tribute to the larger-than-life celebrities of early Hollywood . . . a glitz and glamour novel that shines brighter the deeper you go." Independent Book Review
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