Girl In The Mirror - Mira Author:Mary Alice Monroe Charlotte Godowski was used to the horrified stares she received from strangers. She'd learned to accept her facial deformity, until one cruel incident compelled her to have the surgery that changed her life forever. Charlotte Godfrey is beautiful beyond compare. In Hollywood, where such beauty is power, her rise is meteoric. Suddenly she has e... more »verything she could want: acceptance, a future and a love she believes can see to the true beauty within. Charlotte Godowski and Charlotte Godfrey are two sides of the same women -- a woman who can trust no one with her secret. But when fate forces Charlotte to deal with the truth -- about her past, about the man she loves, about herself -- she discovers that only love has the power to transform a scarred soul.« less
Very good story of a girl born with a congeniel facial defect who overcomes the odds and becomes something she has always dreamed of becoming, a famous actress, also finding love along the way. Really enjoyed this book and hated for it to end!
What would you do if the career you cherished threatened to cost you your life? Mary Alice Monroe draws you into an absorbing tale of hard-won success, devastating choices and the triumphant power of love...
A little bit far-fetched, but a good read none the less! It was one of those books that I couldn't put down. I enjoy all of Mary Alice Monroe's books. I admire the way that she creates characters that feel very real to the reader. I believe that Girl in the Mirror is one of her earlier novels. Like I said, the story line was a little bit far fetched. The circumstances and coincidences seemed a little unlikely, but that's the joy of fiction!It was a nice easy read. All in all, a nice love story!
A woman who had surgery to correct a deformity of her face, becomes beautiful beyond compare. She moves to Hollywood and is a big movie star.
She falls in love but no one knows her secret, not even her new love. What happens when he finds out?
A really great read, it ends up being kind of a warm-n-fuzzy kind of book.