Tessa has always been confident both on stage and off. However, this summer she lands a roles as Juliet and finds herself face to face with a real-life Romeo. Can Tessa concentrate on the play instead of focusing on Anthony? Will their on-stage romance lead to an off-stage one as well? Only time will tell, under the stage lights!
Be sure to check out the first two books in the series: Just Pretending and Changed?
©2014 Dana Burkey (P)2016 Dana Burkey
I have been getting more and more into audio book lately, taking in all kinds of new books and authors.
Yes! It was a love story, but not a lot like other books. I know friends who are not big on romance that would love this!
I enjoyed how this book was not just about love. It was also about theater. I liked learning about theater while reading and enjoying the story.
Yes. This one was just as good as the others!
Can on stage love work off stage too?
I would, I liked that this story ended differently from the rest in the series and that the main character did some growing up throughout.
I still really like Tessa - she's outgoing, not afraid to go for what she wants but behaves graciously even when she's disappointed.
I really like that the characters have all their own voices, not overdone!
Definitely, it wasn't too long and the story had me hooked.
I absolutely loved the ending of this book, the characters all grow up and treat each other well instead of competing for each others affections!
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