Having moved to Chicago for her MFA graduate degree in writing, ever-introverted and somewhat geeky Penny is focused on her studies and her own creative writing. While she can’t help but imagine what it might be like to be involved with her pretty writing workshop professor, the up-and-coming literary star Harriet Drake, it all just seems like a wild fantasy, a far away dream, until she suddenly finds herself as the object of her older teacher’s romantic affections.
But Harriet is a complicated older woman, a budding writing luminary, soon destined for awards and accolades. Can Penny keep up with her professor? Is Harriet actually interested in Penny or is she just looking for a fling with a young student? And when life presents Penny with a wild choice, will she be able to seize the day and live in the exciting world of a writer… or will she let this novel age gap romance slip away?
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This was such a cute, quick read, and I am disappointed it ended so abruptly. Seriously, when I was on the last page, I hadn't even known! I turned the page expecting more, and was shocked to find out I had finied it. It was just that good, I never even saw the ending coming, now as for the real review ;) my only complaints are that: it wasn't long enough, a there are a few minor missspellings or missing words. That's all. Other then that, the characters of Penny & Harriet were lovely and deserve a longer story to flesh out themselves, their thoughts, and honestly, I just want to see how they would be in New York together. So there you have it! My "review".
This is a quick, easy read. The humor is an added bonus. The closeted movie star is not a new theme. But it was handled well. Enjoyable reading.