Actors are always waiting for the callback.
Leona Shay isn’t looking for love. Having just gone through a divorce from her high school sweetheart, her world is in upheaval. And things are about to get even crazier after selling the movie rights to her series.
Rising movie star, Luke Chance, could have anyone he wants, but he wants an author who may not be ready for him or anything that comes with being with him.
Luke wants a role in the movie. Leona can’t see him as the lead, not that she has a say in the cast. Their first encounter may be rocky, but he’s not going to let her slip away.
Trust doesn’t come easy for Leona. Tabloids and distance may send her running. How far is Luke willing to chase?
Every single time I read a contemporary romance by Brandy L. Rivers I fall more in love with the style from her.
Leona Shay writes romance but she definitely isn't looking for it. Really, she may not even believe in Happily Ever After anymore. And she REALLY isn't looking for it with an actor whom she believes is only interested in her for a part in the movie she just sold the rights for.
Luke Chance wants to meet Leona from the moment he sees her. Yes, he loves her books but his attraction to her is immediate and intense, and has nothing to do with getting a part. Can he convince her that love truly does exist and can happen in just a matter of days? When the going gets rough, will Leona give him the chance to explain things?
Once again, Ms. Rivers has written a story that I fell in love with and didn't want to end!!!