Carolyn Adyon was once a bored secretary, slaving her life away in a ten by ten cubicle, coveting the dream of many an office worker: I want to be a writer.
Now her life is golden. She's become the screenwriter she'd always known she could be, and better than that, she's in love with a wealthy, gorgeous actor. They live together in a grand old-Hollywood mansion. The workaday fears of not being able to make ends meet - those belong to someone else now.
The events that brought about these wonderful changes were miraculous, but death and tragedy had accompanied them, so Carol had doubted her good fortune for a long time.
Doubts pass when one is living one's fondest fantasies, however.
Carol's lover harbors a secret. She's ignored the whys and wherefores of it for years, concentrating instead on the excitement of the Hollywood high life, the red carpets and movie premieres and collaborations with famous directors, none of which she could've ever achieved without him.
But doubts have a way of coming back.
Adapted for the Screen is the sequel to Two Green Keys.
|Publisher:||9th Street Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.51(d)|