The Director's Cut
series: Backstage Pass
- Pub. Date
- Jun 2012
The one thing she can't direct is her heart.
Tia Morales is used to calling the shots. She's the director of the popular sitcom Stars Collide, and her life on the set is calculated and orderly. Well, most of the time. Life outside the studio is another matter. If only she could get other people to behave as well as her stars do! When she starts to have feelings for handsome cameraman Jason Harris--with whom she's been butting heads for months--it's enough to send a girl over the edge. Will she ever learn to let go and take life--and love--as it comes?
If you want more of Bella, DJ, Brock Benson, and other favorite characters from Janice Thompson, you'll love the Backstage Pass series.
Praise for Janice Thompson
"Thompson writes an enjoyable story that will make you want to adopt the Pappas family as your own."--RT Book Reviews
"I love Janice's writing and this book is no different. From start to finish, I enjoyed reading more about Athena and her life story. She is a character that I really connect with and enjoy."-- TheNearSightedBookworm.blogspot.com
"Janice provides an upbeat and engaging story and her readers will adore Hello, Hollywood!."--RelzReviews.com
"Faith, romance, hilarious quotes about Greeks, Zeus the possessed dog, and an entertaining story will have you hungry for more Janice Thompson!"--FiveStarBooksandMore.blogspot.com
"This fun entry in Thompson's comic Hollywood series (after Stars Collide) features humor, romance, and breezy dialog."--Library Journal
"An eclectic mix of the sort of zany characters Thompson is known for adds levity to this modern, star-studded romance. Glimpses into a Hollywood television studio and a series of lively comedic events make for a contemporary low-key inspirational romance that will appeal to readers who enjoyed the setting and humor of Rene Gutteridge's Occupational Hazards series."--Booklist
"A fun novel of love, paparazzi, and family, Stars Collide is a read that won't easily be put down."--Midwest Book Review