Wednesday, July 29, 2015

a book in review!



Brief Summary:

With her Broadway opening night a few weeks away savvy young producer, Scarlett Savoy, is finally ready for her brand new musical to take center stage. Only two major things stand in her way - the beautiful but mercurial Hollywood diva she's cast in the lead and a handsome familiar face from her past who flies back into her life. From high stakes rehearsal rooms, to paparazzi fueled scandals, to the star-studded red carpet of opening night, Starstruck is a page-turning journey behind the scenes of Broadway, all set against the glittering back drop of Manhattan. Will Scarlett make it to opening night before the curtain falls on her dreams?

Review:

I received this book in exchange for an honest review. I love the theater, Broadway, and drama and this book has all of it! Manhattan is one of my very favorite places, so being that this story takes place there, I was instantly hooked. I felt like this book was a reality TV show I couldn't wait to tune into. This is definitely a weekend read kind of book, you won't want to put it down! I recommend this for 4.5 star book to anyone who loves a book that you can get lost in, xo!


BIO:
Ruby Preston is a young Broadway producer currently working on several new musicals on the Great White Way. She couldn't be more thrilled to be living her dreams in the Times Square trenches of Manhattan. Starstruck is her third novel and includes many of the characters introduced in her previous books, Showbiz and Staged.
@BroadwayRuby
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