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Aurora Alexander found her doppelganger in the form of talk show hostess Marsha Chambers. Yet the two of them couldn’t be further apart in personality. Aurora, a trained psychologist, supports her mother’s nursing home expenses through celebrity impersonation. Following a less than stellar interview with Marsha Chambers, Aurora is mistaken for Marsha by a kidnapper who attempts to abduct her. Fighting him off long enough for producer, Duncan West, to scare the man away, Aurora’s life is plunged into danger for the famous face she wears.
Duncan West would like nothing better than to have his connections to the East Coast severed. He wants to be in Hollywood making feature films, not adhering to the whims of a diva. But when her look alike appears and he convinces her to stand in for the absent hostess, her life is put in danger and all Duncan instincts to stay away from her are put to the test. Aurora is tied to the East by a suffering parent. And Duncan wants to seek his fortune in the West. Can East and West meet?