Thursday, December 10, 2015

20 Days of Tabor Heights -- Day 7

Sometimes writers create secondary characters for one story, who show up later and tape the writer on the shoulder -- or whack them between the eyes, as the case may be -- and demand that their own story be told.

That's the case with today's book


Steve showed up to cause trouble for Max during BEHIND THE SCENES, while Audrey was a long-time member of the ensemble at Homespun Theater. It's only natural that they get thrown together. Especially when there are paparazzi to foil ....

Audrey lives for cooking and Homespun Theater. It's a dream come true when she is asked to help
develop a dinner theater at Homespun.

Steve likes Tabor, so different from Hollywood. He enjoys partnering with Audrey, first on stage as Romeo and Juliet, then developing the dinner theater, then frustrating the paparazzi who gather like sharks around Max's wedding.

People from Audrey's painful past return to complicate her life, and threaten her growing friendship with Steve. When things don't add up and stories conflict, Steve fears Audrey is a user and schemer, just like in Hollywood. He doesn't want to believe it.

The problem lies in trusting someone who won't trust him enough to share her secret pain.

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