Stephie Graham begins to regret her decision to direct a play at the community theater when everything begins to unravel. An unfortunate accident takes the female lead out of the play too close to opening night to find a replacement.
Stephie will have to play the role—but that may not be such a bad thing. After all, she will spend more time with Andy Tremont, the male lead who has captivated her since they met.
The small city theater even has its own resident ghost, a singer from the 1930s with a tragic story.
Kopf has woven an enjoyable contemporary romance.
-Sandra Merville Hart