REVIEW | The Director's Cut

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Janice Thompson

Tia Morales is the director of the award winning sitcom Stars Collide, however her confidence in her own abilities seems to be the only thing about to collide.  She just cannot see that she is good at her job, and often second guesses herself and makes things much harder than they need to be.  However this season of the show, which is quickly wrapping up, she is finding that the changes she is making trying to slow down her life are good for her.  Constantly busy between her job, her house flip and her ever needy family, she has been burning the candle at both ends and is needing to slow down.  The change of attitude towards her from camera-man Jason has her bumfuzzled.  He is handsome, but he has always seemed to have something against her, but recently it is like he is trying to be friends.  Something is definitely up with that.
Follow this story and find out what God has in store for Tia and the rest of the cast of Stars Collide.  It looks like cupid has been very busy on the set of the show, and enjoy getting to know the stars of the show.  I have read all three books in this series and I enjoy them greatly.  I enjoy the inner glimpses, even though fictional into the back stage scenes of tv work.   A great book, with lots of funny twists and turns.  Definitely a good summer read.  USD $14.99  289 pages. 4 stars

This book was provided for review purposes only, no payment was received for this review.
Available June 2012 from your favorite seller of Revell Books a division of Baker Publishing Group.

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