Book: Broadway Babe
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Publication date: January 25, 2017
Cover Artist: Anne Cain
Length: 76 pages
Reviewed by Meredith
Tate O’Connor has worked hard to realize his dream of dancing on Broadway, and it’s about to pay off with a premier in his first show. He doesn’t expect the distraction of sharing the stage with his celebrity crush: Broadway superstar Mike Chang. Drama ensues both onstage and off as Tate and Mike work closely and realize there could be something between them. However, there are those who don’t think an up-and-coming dancer is good enough for someone with Mike’s talent and fame, and rumors and misunderstandings might lead to broken hearts if Tate and Mike can’t work through their confusion and insecurity.
Too often with novellas I feel unfulfilled and rushed. In Broadway Babe I didn’t feel that way at all! I love books with dancers, artists, talents and amazing people. There’s was a lot to love in this book.
The novella is told entirely in Tate O’Connor’s POV. He is a hard working person. I mean, his commitment was seen by all and all he worked for is finally appreciated when he makes it into his first Broadway show! I was so happy for him and I barely got a chance to know him. I just fell in love with his character from the get go.
Mike Chang is this big deal actor and singer who is also in the play, and he’s not at all as shallow and crappy as SOME PERSONS make him out to be. He too is a great character. His longing for Tate and his patience spoke volumes about the man he truly is.
I even loved all the secondary’s… okay minus one. LOL. It’s so difficult to make a novella seem like it wasn’t a speedfest. This is a very enjoyable story that I absolutely recommend!
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