The writing team of Judith Michael do it again in this book. In this book, we meet Jessica a young passionate woman who is discovering herself and the magic of the theater. She leaves the theater, leaving correspondance behind to her mentor Luke Cameron's deceased grandmother. Luke reads, and rereads her letters and realizes that he has fallen in love with Jessica and must find her- must know what happened to her and why she left the theater.
Not my favorite book. The book is in 3 parts. The 1st is very long, and somewhat tedious. It is full of detailed scenes that really do not add to the storyline.
The second part is better. It's the romance, so it's fun, but still, not "wow".
The third part is probably the best. We follow the female character as she rebuilds her life. The problem with this section is that it is not detailed enough. It seemed like the authors were tired of the story, and wanted it over.
Not really recommended, sorry!