King Of Hearts

King Of Hearts

by Jennifer Stevenson
King Of Hearts

King Of Hearts

by Jennifer Stevenson



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I thoroughly enjoyed King Of Hearts. Ms. Stevenson exposes a little known sub culture in the entertainment industry, while spinning a tale of romance. She creates a raucous, bawdy environment as outrageous as it is humorous.
I highly recommend it.
-- Miriam Sanchez

I opened it, scanned the first page, and read the whole book through in one sitting.
-- Caroline Stevermer

I really enjoyed this book, it was bloody hilarious. I loved the war of wills between King Dave and Nadine, their love/hate relationship was The things they did to each other was funny – but if you ask me Nadine plays a better game ... no matter what he did Nadine would get one over on him. ... this a great romantic comedy that is easy to read. Go grab a copy and see for yourself.
-- Kiki Silk

A duel of wills and wits between a small town preacher's daughter and a blue-collar prince of the blood.
When she witnesses King Dave's humiliation at the hands of his ex-wife, preacher's daughter Nadine gains control of King Dave–and becomes his target.
King Dave, son of the president of Chicago's stagehands, has never been bested. He will stop at nothing to recover his stolen machismo.
A Backstage Boys romantic comedy!

For the adventures of BobbyJay Morton, King Dave's best friend, read FOOLS PARADISE.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940149922949
Publisher: Book View Cafe
Publication date: 02/01/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Jennifer Stevenson lives in the Chicago area with her very own stagehand hero and two kittens who won't grow up. She gardens, bikes, and skates with the Fleetwood Speed Skating team. Find Jennifer on Facebook as JenniferStevensonAuthor.

About stagehands:

King Dave says of his calling, “I wouldn’t have picked anything else. For those of us in it, it’s a noble calling. Show business doesn’t happen without us. We’re the guts, the dirty underbelly, the grease on the transmission under all the chrome and shiny headlights.”

Jennifer says about stagehands: "I love my stagehand heroes. Who wants a skinny, self-absorbed actor or rock star who wears more makeup than I do? Stagehands have more fun, more family, and in many cases they make more money. They're also stronger, hunkier, better with their hands, more chivalrous, and less worried about their hair. A stagehand can get you backstage–boy can he get you, backstage–but he can also fix your car. Stagehands are trained to have good manners by waitresses, who don't take any guff. This could be why they so often end up marrying them.
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