After performing in her last college play, Jessica discovers her good-show roses are from a sexy secret admirer whom she's also been eyeing from afar.
As Jessica winds down in the dressing room after finishing her last college play, she ponders the mysterious vase of roses given to her as a good-show gift from an anonymous fan. When she finds out the person who sent the flowers is Josh, a sexy stranger who she's noticed sitting in the audience during many of her productions, she immediately takes the opportunity to get to know him a little better. Though their friendship starts out full of fun and passion, Jessica worries her jealous ex-boyfriend, Mac, is going to find a way to ruin it. Will she and Josh have a chance to enjoy their newfound relationship? Or will Mac get in the way of her happiness again?
Hi Scarlett and welcome. Tell us a little about The Good- Show Gift... It's a fun, contemporary story set at the end of the winter semester at a Texas college. There's a young woman who is a theatre major, Jessica, and she is about to graduate. She's just finished acting in her final play at the beginning of the tale, and she's checking out a mysterious good-show gift, which is a vase of beautiful roses. As it turns out, the roses are from a guy who's been coming to see all her plays, and she's been crushing on him from afar, too. The night gets pretty exciting as they get to know one another a little better. ;)
Where did you get your inspiration for "The Good-Show Gift"? - I got the inspiration for the setting because I was a theatre major in college during my first year. I loved it, even though I ultimately changed my major to English. I still miss being on stage!
Describe your traditional writing environment... - I have a plush red papasan chair that I sit in to write, and I typically light a candle and put on some mood music here in my library to add to the environment.
What or to whom can you never say no to? - I do pride myself on having pretty good willpower...though a well-made bowl of queso and chips, or some fresh-out-of-the-oven chocolate chip cookies can crack that willpower! Oh, and a good glass of wine. Can't say no to that. (I think I'm hungry, lol)
What is your favorite romantic movie? - The one movie I continue to watch over and over after all these years is French Kiss with Meg Ryan and Kevin Kline. It's so funny and very charming. Meg's spicy and hilarious, and Kevin is a total rascal. Plus the scenery is just gorgeous.
and since your novel's protagonist is a theater student, do you have a favorite play? - I'm a big fan of Shakespeare. I really like Hamlet. But I also enjoy musicals like Phantom of the Opera and The Producers, too.
If you could be one of your characters who would you be and why? - In this story? Probably Jessica, just so I could go back and be an actress for a moment--oh, and to have a sizzling encounter with someone like Josh, too ;)
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