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Costar: An actor who shares equal importance in a play with another. Unless you're Liam Black.

Teagan has one goal in life: to get out of the small town she grew up in and never look back. Acting is her passion, and she's counting on her skills on stage to grant her a one-way ticket out of there. When she learns a talent scout will be attending their high school drama production, she knows she's finally got a chance at making her dreams come true.

What she wasn't counting on was Hollywood heartthrob and notorious bad-boy Liam Black gate crashing the show. Forced to join Teagan's school to prepare for his next movie, Liam is supposed to be her costar, but how can she possibly shine when the limelight is entirely focused on him?

He's got a bad reputation. He doesn't take their play seriously. And, worst of all, he and Teagan can't stand each other.

Can they conjure up some chemistry on stage, or will this Hollywood hottie be too much for Teagan to handle?

©2019 Alexandra Moody (P)2020 Tantor

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  • 23-03-2020

Nice Read

This was really light and cute, but given how much I LOVED "The Wrong Bachelor" this one was slightly underwhelming So the story is about Teagan who is aspiring to be an actress and she is cast in her school play next to the Hollywood heartthrob Liam Black, at first she can't stand him but later on they discover that they are not that different after all it was short and cute at best so it's a nice read The narration was really average, I felt that the guy did a better job than the girl

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