Film student Sophie isn't interested in mainstream movies; she's all about documentaries. However, when an opportunity arises for her to work on the set of new romantic comedy And Then I Saw Her, it's too good to turn down. She'll be working with prolific, big-budget director Laura Sellers, and starring in the movie is beautiful Ivy Simone, a beloved upcoming starlet.
Laura Sellers is exactly as cynical and interesting as she'd been expecting - but Ivy isn't anywhere close to the raging diva that Sophie was expecting to meet. She's sweet, self-deprecating, and softly-spoken. In fact, she's everything Sophie's been looking for in a partner.
Soon, however, the waters are muddied. The mutual attraction she'd felt with Ivy suddenly may not be so mutual after all - and with the last day of filming fast approaching, Sophie's running out of time to figure it all out and work her way up to Ivy's league.
©2016 Bridgette Jensen (P)2016 Bridgette Jensen
The wisdom is reaching far beyond what we see. Delight in the journey
This book is as much or more a story of romance as it is a book of erotica. It's a lesbian twist on the star and the commoner and an outsider with their own agenda whose interference and lies place their budding relationship in jeopardy. It is very unfortunate that they couldn't find a more accomplished reader for this selection. The narrator warbles along in an uneven monotone and regularly mispronounced words including ones that a fifth grader could say.
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