Julianne Finnegan lives in the shadow of her adored but wildly successful brother, Michael. Her professional life is a disaster, she has no sense of herself outside her family, and she can't face another Monday. A chance encounter with Oliver, a handsome young actor, gives her the courage to leave her job and prove her real potential.
Julianne's confidence soars as she meets the challenges of revitalizing the failing community theater. The time she spends with Oliver opens her eyes to a certainty she's never known before, even in her successful brother. But as she starts to open her heart to Oliver, an old crush returns.
Gavin, a famous movie director, has been Michael's best friend for years and loved her as a little sister. The excitement and passion Julianne has developed for the theater shocks him into realizing she is a child no longer, but a beautiful talented woman who has captured his heart.
Julianne is faced with some difficult choices. Will she choose glitz or a steadfast love?
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About the Author
Her current works include, Summer Storms the first book in The Seasons of Faith series and Julianne the first book in The Coastal Chronicle series. She is currently working on Winter's End, the much awaited sequel to Summer Storms.
Rebekah currently resides in Florida along with her "attack" cat, Mia.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Another enjoyable read from Rebekah Lyn. Once again, a storyline and characters who seemed as though they could be part of your own veryday life.
Rebekah Lyn, author of Storm Storms, doesn't disappoint with her newest book, Julianne. Rebekah’s paragraphs are filled with descriptive scenes, interesting characters, and a solid faith that shines through her pages from beginning to end. The novel invites the reader to visit the world of theater...weaving the trials of running a community playhouse with the daily lives of honest, believable characters. Julianne is inspired by the local playhouse theater and its passion to survive economic times and low attendance. She throws herself into a master plan to save the jewel of the art community, The Garner House. Will she be successful? Like a playwright herself, the author builds her main characters Oliver, Cameron, Gavin, and big brother Michael into a fast-paced, delightful story of relationships, pain and happiness. God’s plan for Julianne becomes center stage and her friends become the actors in this story of life. A side story of romance will keep you wondering if Julianne finds her soul-mate...who will be holding her hand at the end of the book, as the curtain rises at The Garner House? Enjoy!