Back Stage Affair
By Nadine St. Denis
Oct 22, 2004 - 9:35:00 AM

Genera hated New York. It was too loud, too busy, impersonal and unfeeling. But she was more than willing to put up with the city that never slept, if it meant she was finally getting her play Stephanie into production. The only fly in the ointment was that Edward, the brother of the play's financial backer, got the lead role. His amazing acting talent aside, Genera couldn't get past the fact that it looked as if his sister had bought the part for him. Edward hated New York. The memories are at times more crushing and heart rending than he imagined. He was beginning to think that he wouldn't ever be able to return. So he was shocked at how Genera was able to affect him so profoundly, both physically and emotionally, and the fact that she was able to take his mind off the past, was something he couldn't ignore.

The road to true happiness can be at times filled with anger, mistrust and deceit, as both Edward and Genera found out. But if you are meant to be together, fate will step in and lend a helping hand in mending broken hearts, and tearing down protective walls. Maybe, having a back stage affair is just what these two need.


Erica DeQuaya's BACK STAGE AFFAIR is a genuinely great read! The story has depth and the characters are very real. You feel the anguish caused by 9-11 in a truly personal way, but then your heart soars when new love triumphs over old hurts. Erica takes the reader through a whole gamut of emotions, but by the end of the book, she leaves you smiling. Well done.


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