Set the Stage (A Rivervue Community Theatre Romance, #2)

Set the Stage (A Rivervue Community Theatre Romance, #2)

A Rivervue Community Theatre Romance #2

by Daniel De Lorne

Deal Price: $4.99

Imprint: Escape Publishing

Release date: 2020-07-01

Pages: 200 Pages

ISBN: 9781867201816

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He's the Banksy of the international theatre scene - daring, anonymous, renowned. So when playwright 'Draven' bequeaths his latest play to the rural Rivervue Theatre, the stage is set for drama.

While the redevelopment brief for Rivervue Community Theatre moulders on his desk, a phone call from an unrequited past love sends architect Gabriel Mora running back to his artsy hometown. Afraid of worsening his mother's health, Gabriel is forced to hide his involvement in the redevelopment. It's just one more secret to keep, along with his feelings for a certain red-headed stage manager.

Bruce Clifton can build anything. But the jobs mean nothing if he's not getting paid. On the cusp of losing his home, Bruce needs to find a way to call in those debts without showing his community how much trouble he's got himself into. With Gabriel's return to town stirring up past hurts, soon it's not just his home Bruce has to worry about losing, but his heart.

Can Bruce and Gabriel work together for the good of Rivervue, or will their hope for a second chance exit stage right?

About the author

Daniel De Lorne

Daniel De Lorne

Ruin. Romance. Redemption. That's the magic trifecta Daniel de Lorne promises readers of his books. Whether it's irresistible vampires, paranormal paramours, or hot everyday men, Daniel's books go for the heart. And the stomach. And the spleen (just for good measure). In his other life, Daniel is a professional writer and researcher in Perth, Australia, with a love of history and nature. All of which makes for great story fodder. And when he's not working, he and his husband explore as much of this amazing world as they can, from the ruins of Welsh abbeys to trekking famous routes and...
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