Sea Creatures Prefer Redheads: a Romance Novella from the Phoenix Pictures Vault

Sea Creatures Prefer Redheads: a Romance Novella from the Phoenix Pictures Vault

by Brianne Gillen
Sea Creatures Prefer Redheads: a Romance Novella from the Phoenix Pictures Vault

Sea Creatures Prefer Redheads: a Romance Novella from the Phoenix Pictures Vault

by Brianne Gillen

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Overview

She creates fantastic monsters for a living. But her imagination is a lot closer to reality than she ever dreamed possible...

In the golden age of movie-making, monster flicks are all the rage, and Opal Prince loves her job as a specialty makeup artist at Neptune Pictures-if only her boss would stop taking credit for her work. Her current creation, the titular creature in The Kelp-Dweller from Fathoms Below, might just be her favorite yet. And it doesn't hurt that the handsome actor underneath is quickly swimming his way into her heart.

Adrian Waterson has a secret, and his redheaded colleague's uncanny design threatens to unmask him. It's no accident the rising movie star keeps to himself; the last thing he needs is word getting out about the real reason aquatics come so naturally to him-and precisely how human he isn't. The closer he gets to Opal, the greater that risk becomes...and the more he longs to be himself with her.

When their newfound romance breaks a years-long curse, the pair must learn to navigate uncharted waters. Especially if they want to remain part of each other's worlds...


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781737240341
Publisher: Brianne Gillen
Publication date: 10/13/2022
Series: Phoenix Pictures
Pages: 142
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.33(d)

About the Author

Brianne Gillen is a romance author, costume designer, theatre educator, and life-long storyteller, based in the Los Angeles area. She loves classic films, especially the screwball comedies of the '30s and '40s, and will never turn down the opportunity to browse the treasure troves otherwise known as vintage clothing stores. She is also a voracious reader and firm believer in happily-ever-afters. She has done a bit of playwriting, and in recent years, has contributed her opinions to a few online publications centering on the art and craft of costume design. Her Phoenix Pictures Series centers around fierce dames and cinnamon-roll gents finding love in late-1940s Hollywood.
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