5 Stars Out Of 5
A delightful read full of family, fun, & frolic.
September 12, 2011
I thoroughly enjoyed, from cover to cover, reading this humorous tale of plots and scripts that weave themselves from the printed page into real life for Athena Pappas, the head writer of a popular television sitcom. Athena's path crosses unexpectedly with Stephen Cosse, a very good-looking Vegas comedian, who at first seems her nemesis. As the plotline develops for both of them, they find themselves caught up in a Greek love story complete with family, fun, feasts, and frolic. The characters are fresh and interesting. The conflicts among the characters make them easy to relate to.
Since I have always been drawn to the glamour of Hollywood, I was intrigued with the back stage peak into the makings of a television sitcom and the interactions of those who make it all come alive on the screen. This novel did not disappoint. A great read that teaches us the greatest script of all is usually one totally out of our control.