A reporter looking for a scoop finds something even better. Love.
Journalist Natalie Monro has stumbled upon the scoop of a lifetime after she discovers that a reclusive film star has flown into London. Flavia Palacky was once Hollywood's golden girl, but she's been in seclusion for twenty years -- and nobody knows why she disappeared.
In order to get the scoop, Natalie pretends to be the star's long-lost granddaughter, but Natalie's no actress, and in order to reach Flavia she must first pass Samuel Haydn, her business manager and protector. He's made it his mission to protect Flavia's privacy at all costs, and as Natalie penetrates his shields and they grow closer, she realizes she wants to discover the secrets he guards -- not for her career, but for their future happiness.
This Retro Romance reprint was originally published in 1982 by Hamlyn.