Mirror, Mirror

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When your job is to sell yourself, of course everyone thinks they own you.

Miranda Mercado just wanted people to notice her. She was little more than a child when her first record deal launched her into a career filled with monetary success and artistic stagnation.

Now, Miranda’s life has become a carefully crafted fiction. Her passion to express herself through music has been worn down by the weight of impossible expectations. And if success meant hiding the truth about herself, and accepting the loneliness that came along with it, that was just a price she little choice but to pay.

But if a real relationship is an impractical goal in Miranda’s artificial existence, then what could she hope to find instead?

Rapture and rhapsody, under the spotlight’s glare
The charade and the fantasy, all dreamers beware
They’ll search for your weakness, and pretend that they care
There’s a price tag on everything, they all want their share

Everybody shows then everybody goes
Everybody wants something and everybody knows


This book is a work of fiction and contains scenes of explicit lesbian sexuality.

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