Act of Love by Pan Zador
(Crimson Romance)

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When you’re young, and passionate about your first theatre job, you do everything your director tells you to. Don’t you?

Tor Douglas can be charismatic, rude, angry or captivating. And Marigold is lucky to be starting her career in the Tower Theatre Company—so she’d better do as he says. But she’s used to speaking her mind, sometimes too impulsively, and this soon gets her into trouble with her director and the other actors, who are far more wily, devious, and dangerous than she could imagine.

Acting is exactly like falling in love; you are nervous, ecstatic, heartbroken, transformed and always avid for more, and you can’t keep away from the love object. But if Marigold’s not more careful, it is not just her job that she’ll lose.

Sensuality Level: Sensual


About Pan Zador

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Pan Zador lives in Wales and Ireland, and Hardy’s Wessex countryside is well known to her from childhood holidays. Her first love is theatre - her second love is romance with a capital R!Thomas Hardy [1839-1928], English poet and novelist, ran into difficulties with the stern Victorian morality of his editor when this book was first published in 1874 in serial form in an English newspaper. He was forced to censor his more daring romantic material; now, his new co-author hopes, the balance has been redressed.
Published December 17, 2012 by Crimson Romance. 182 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction