Ghost of a Chance
Six straight men in the cast plus free Tex-Mex food? My friend Lida sure knew how to persuade me. I signed on the dotted line and dusted off my dance shoes. I knew Bad Business on the Brazos would have them rolling in the aisles and standing up to cheer, whichever came first. But I didn't expect the ghost problem. As in the ghost of Don Mueller, the actor who was killed during the last performance of this show fifty years ago. He's flirting with me in a spectral kind of way. . .and a ghost can make interesting things happen to a girl. Like the gorgeous man on stage with me: Rafe Montez, my secret crush--also known as He Whose Perfect Profile Should Be On A Coin. I'm talking six feet of chiseled yumminess here. Lida thinks Rafe is only acting, but that kiss we share in Act II sure feels real to me. As in earth-shaking, can't-breathe real. . .
Flo Fitzpatrick is a performer, teacher, and choreographer, with a BFA in dance and a masters degree in Drama. She first attempted to write a novel at the age of eight, but she was persuaded not to submit the piece by her brothers, who were skeptical that her characters could travel across the Atlantic from New York to London--by train. A transplanted Texan, Flow currently lives in New Jersey with her husband Ed and their two Border Collie wannabes, Lucy and Hawk.
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Ghost of a chanceUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Just finishing a nine-month tour of 42nd Street , the last thing dancer and choreographer Kiely Davlin needs is to go to Texas to work on a melodrama revival as a favor to a friend. But when Lida Rose ... Read full review
Review: Ghost Of A ChanceUser Review - Judith - Goodreads
Ghost of a Chance by Flo Fitzpatrick reads like slapstick comedy views. The book is funny, upbeat, and doesn't take itself too seriously. It's about a group of actors attempting to put on a play in a ... Read full review