While today might be my birthday (I’m 47, I think? Who remembers at this point?) I’ve never been one for celebrating it. I’d rather give people stuff than receive things, so today, I’m giving you something I wasn’t planning on sharing quite yet, but since it’s done and will release next month… I thought I’d show it off now!
Today, I’m revealing not only the title but the cover of next month’s book:
In the world of theater, talent counts but chemistry is king.
Eva Shaw loves her job as an administrative assistant at The Red Curtain Theater Company. She spends her days daydreaming about playing pretend alongside the lead actor, Adam “Those-Abs-Are-To-Die-For” Rice. Adam is the envy of all as he commands the stage and his leading ladies.
Life is good for Eva as she watches the drama of the theater unfold from behind the safety of her admin desk…until she’s asked to star opposite Adam in their new production.
Thrust into the spotlight with the hottest actor around, Eva doesn’t know what to do. Sure, they have chemistry on stage, but her experience doesn’t hold a candle to the pros acting alongside her. And it shows.
Taking pity on Eva, the Stage Manager, Owen, helps her to get a handle on what it means to be a performer. He’s surprisingly supportive and completely adorkable. The more time they spend together, the less she’s thinking about how perfect an Adam and Eva love story would be. Should she forget about the man who used to get her all hot and bothered for the dorky, but lovable Owen?
Waiting in the Wings is the first stand-alone novel in The Red Curtain Romance series. If you like love triangles, forced proximity, and fish-out-of-water romances, then you’ll love Dani Bannister’s contemporary romance with a hint of heat.
Buy Waiting In The Wings and fall in love with the world of theater!
*Includes excerpts of an in-book script written by Maine playwright, Randy Hunt.
Other platforms https://books2read.com/u/bP7Nwx
This is currently with the editor which means the ramp to release is now in motion! So stay tuned for more details and interviews with the playwright as it gets closer to release!
Although it is my birthday, I still need to head to work today (boo and hiss) but stay tuned for more on this one!
Dani/Danielle Bannister, birthday girl and release of cover images!
2 thoughts on “It’s my birthday: Here’s a gift!”
Happy birthday my dear. I was going to message you through Facebook but i got off Facebook. Too much drama and the politics! Oy…
Anyway, happy birthday and I hope it’s all you want it to be🥰🥰🥰🥰😊😊
Give the kids a hug. ❤️
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Many thanks! And I don’t blame you for getting off FB!