Another Book With Realistic Women
5 out of 5 stars
I knew going into this one that I was going to be swept off of my feet but it still caught me off guard. Having read two other books by Nicole Pyland with a combined rating of 4.5 I just knew what to expect. I knew that I was going to get real characters that felt like they would be my friends compared to just two women on some pages. The Show Must Go On was all of that and more.
I liked the dynamic that was at play here, not because of the boss and employee, but the different things that they had to deal with because they were together but not out together. The raw feelings that Casey had when things changed up in her life were so realistic and the way that Baker felt when it happened… just perfect.
The Show Must Go On had me smiling from ear to ear but also had me biting my nails to make sure that these two amazing women ended up together. Pyland had me enthralled from the opening and I just wanted to know what was going to happen next for these two.
I really enjoyed the narration by Blair Baker as well, they are slightly more unfamiliar to me in this genre, but I thought they knocked it out of the park!
Baker Eagan has just wrapped the TV show she created and ran for the past five years of her life. She’s ready for a break and to refocus on her writing, and the last thing she wants to do is go to her agent’s birthday party. Little does she know that her agent plans to play matchmaker.
Casey Jinx is the lead actress on a hit TV show. She’s also out and proud and happy to be playing a lesbian character on network TV. When she goes to a birthday party for her agent’s wife, she’s almost immediately introduced to Baker. Within minutes, Casey finds herself completely taken with the somewhat shy writer.
The two women hit it off instantly and discover they want more than just a chat at a birthday party. Unfortunately for them, though, Baker was just offered the job of executive producer on Casey’s show, making Baker Eagan her new boss.
Their romance begins quickly and intensely, but once Baker takes the job, their relationship is left behind. Will they find a way to get back what they’ve lost? Or will they let the show get between something they’ve both felt so strongly about? After all, the show must go on.The Show Must Go On by Nicole Pyland
Narrator: Blair Baker
Length: 7 hrs and 37 mins
Published by Self Published on January 5th 2022
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Also by this author: All The Love Songs, Always More, The Writing on the Wall, Midnight Tradition