Single Indemnity: Phoenix Pictures, Book 2

Single Indemnity: Phoenix Pictures, Book 2

by Brianne Gillen
Single Indemnity: Phoenix Pictures, Book 2

Single Indemnity: Phoenix Pictures, Book 2

by Brianne Gillen

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Overview

Conspiring with your lover to do away with your husband should be a straightforward task-especially when said husband is entirely fictional...

One Very Fake Husband...

Natalie "Nate" Reynolds has it all-a thriving career as one of golden-era Hollywood's top costume designers, fantastic (and famous) friends...and a husband she invented years ago in a misguided attempt to land a job. That is, until her new project throws her a curve in the shape of a bumbling Brit with the sexiest voice she's ever heard, and her carefully woven charade starts to fray.

One Very Real Lover...

Rising screenwriting star Colin Canfield's move to Tinseltown could be precisely what he needs to finally find his path again after the war. But his fresh start is about to get turned upside down by the wise-cracking dame of his dreams...who needs his help in keeping her whopper of a secret.

One Hell of a Tangled Web...

The plot heats up alongside their relationship, as Nate and Colin become embroiled in a real-life drama wilder than the movies they make. When Nate's lie tap dances them straight into screwball-noir disaster, it threatens to unravel the tapestry around-and between-them. But it might just give them the boost they need to rewrite their wrongs together...


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781737240327
Publisher: Brianne Gillen
Publication date: 05/13/2022
Series: Phoenix Pictures , #2
Pages: 332
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.74(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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