My latest contemporary standalone, Showmance, is now available for purchase everywhere. This book tells the story of Rose Taylor and Damon Atwood, a choreographer’s assistant and a reclusive ex-film star who meet on the set of a West End musical in London.
What the reviewers are saying about Showmance:
“OMG!!! Their scenes together are absolutely unforgettable.” – Ellen, The Book Bellas.
“10 freaking stars! I live, breathe and adore this book.” – Aaly and the Books.
“The push and pull between these two, the longing and hunger that they tried to tamp down gave me giddy flutters.” – Christie, Smokin’ Hot Book Blog.
“This book has undoubtedly made its way to my top reads of 2016.” – Jasmine, Reading Escapade Book Blog.
“Showmance has heart, intensity, loveable, real, raw characters and more than a dash of heat! 5 STARS!” – Samantha Young, New York Times, USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling author.
“This novel was a musical for the heart, each chapter packed with love and lyrics, ready to make you sing and dance.” – Dee, Wrapped Up in Reading.
Damon Atwood was Hollywood’s golden boy. Having won an Oscar at the tender age of thirteen, he had the life many could only dream about. But his success came at a price, and after a short but fruitful film career, he chose to live a life of obscurity on a remote Scottish island. Almost a decade later he’s finally ready to make his return, starting with a lead role in a musical on London’s West End.
As a choreographer’s assistant, Rose Taylor has always faded into the background. She watches shows come to life from the side lines, but has never craved the attention of stardom. When rumours begin circulating of Damon’s involvement in her latest gig, she doesn’t predict how she will be thrust into the limelight, nor how the mysterious and strangely introverted man will need her to teach him how to be a star again.
Rose knows that show crushes don’t last. Actors fall for each other during the intensity of a production, often losing themselves in their roles. These kinds of affairs burn bright and then they fade. The question is, should Rose let herself shine with Damon, or guard her heart from being broken after the final curtain call?