Falling Star

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Natalie Daniels' husband just dumped her. Her boss is scheming to replace her. And she's falling in love with her sexy Australian TV news agent - who's about to propose to somebody else.

What's a woman to do? Dig deep and show what she's made of - which just might land her both the job and the man of her dreams.

Nominated for a Rita Award for Best First Book by the Romance Writers of America More

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Words: 128,780
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458165169
About Diana Dempsey

Diana Dempsey traded in an Emmy-winning career in TV news to write fast, fun romantic fiction. Her debut novel, FALLING STAR, was nominated for a RITA award for Best First Book by the members of Romance Writers of America. It centers on the personal and professional travails—and eventual triumphs—of a primetime anchorwoman. TO CATCH THE MOON, a Romantic Times Top Pick, combines a murder mystery with a love triangle. TOO CLOSE TO THE SUN goes behind the glossy veneer of a Napa Valley winery to find forbidden love, intrigue, and betrayal. CHASING VENUS is a romantic suspense about Annie Rowell, who discovers that being a best-selling novelist can be a killer ...

Since Diana enjoys the occasional well-executed murder, she's launched a cozy mystery series. MS AMERICA AND THE OFFING ON OAHU introduces beauty queen and budding sleuth Happy Pennington, who must clear her name when her fiercest competitor tumbles dead out of the isolation booth during the pageant finale. MS AMERICA AND THE VILLAINY IN VEGAS finds Happy in Sin City for the over-the-top nuptials of pageant-wear purveyor Sally Anne Gibbons, only to have the best man turn up dead.

In her dozen years in television news, the former Diana Koricke played every on-air role from network correspondent to local news anchor. She reported for NBC News from New York, Tokyo, and Burbank, and substitute anchored such broadcasts as Sunrise, Today, and NBC Nightly News. In addition, she was a morning anchor for KTTV 11 Fox News in Los Angeles. She started her broadcast career with the Financial News Network.

Born and raised in Buffalo, New York - Go, Bills! - Diana is a graduate of Harvard University and the winner of a Rotary International Foundation Scholarship. She enjoyed stints overseas in Belgium, the U.K., and Japan, and now resides in Los Angeles with her husband and a West Highland White Terrier, not necessarily in that order.

Diana loves to hear from readers! Visit www.dianadempsey.com to email Diana, and sign up to her mailing list to hear first about her new releases. Also join her on Facebook and follow her on Twitter.

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Review by: Avid Mohavehiker on Aug. 03, 2013 :
This is a well researched and fleshed out story with great characters. I loved the cut throat aspect of television reporting and anchoring.
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Review by: Raelene Hornby on Oct. 03, 2012 :
WOW! I loved this book! Great characters, great story, and unbelievable emotional roller coaster ride!
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Review by: hrhsophia on Oct. 02, 2012 :
Great story, so glad to read one where the female characters are not fresh and virginal but smart (albeit delayed) and empowered.
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Review by: Alma Campbell on Aug. 31, 2012 :
So glad I found this book. It was such a great story with believeable characters and good flow. Will want to read more from this author =)
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Review by: Myrrh Medina on July 12, 2012 :
i love the story!!!
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Review by: Liliane Menard on June 26, 2012 :
I really enjoyed reading this book. Read it in one day.
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Review by: naz jannath on June 24, 2012 :
nice book...reality of the media...
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Review by: Dee A Mony on June 20, 2012 :
I love Naomi; she knows how to make a comeback in the face of adversity.
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Review by: cld on May 19, 2011 :
I'm not usually a fan of chick lit and I was drawn for this book for some reason. Nevertheless, I enjoyed this book and it was really enjoyable without being too cliched. The plus for me was that I found the characters to be real and believable. Would highly recommend this book to be an excellent addition to anyone's summer read list.
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