Very good condition
By Jordan Roter
When her uncle arranges a surprise summer internship at a hot film development company, Samantha Rose is not pleased. Sam's a vintage-chic, East Coast transplant who would so rather be reading Virginia Woolf than Variety-not the Tinseltown type. From her spoiled roommate to the backstabbing staffers and D-girls working in the development department at "Authentic Pictures," everything about L.A. feels fake. And, although smart, self-protective Sam is loathe to admit it, it's all a little intimidating. Can this girl in development survive being thrust into the spotlight and realize her very own Hollywood ending, or will the summer be a tragedy of epic proportions, packed with poseurs, party girls, D-girls, and betrayal?