Undone: Razor’s Edge Prequel by Andrea Hurtt
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To Grace, it brought terror…
Grace Harrison stepped out of her comfort zone, traveling a great distance to audition for a musical with a high profile theater company, she was filled with excitement and fear. She had never left her home state before.
Climbing the ranks through auditions, one step closer to playing her dream role, she finds that things aren’t always as they seem. Then, mysterious roses begin appearing, with no hint of who they are from.
Charles Ford had spent most of his youth in the limelight. To him, this was just another show he would headline, nothing special. He never expected his life to change when one woman kissed him during an audition.
He fell quick and hard for this woman, his desire to have her, not only as his costar, but as his lover taking over his sensibilities.
Whether she meant to or not, her careless kisses would be his undoing.
Prequel to Masquerade
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(PREVIOUSLY RELEASED AS CARELESS KISSES)
Review of Undone: Razor’s Edge Prequel by Andrea Hurtt
With a much younger man, at 21 Charles crosses the line right into stocker territory with this novella. When his new co-star pushes against his advances he deliberately gets her drunk and then tries to force himself on her. Even after she gets her self together and kicks him out of her hotel room he returns after she is asleep, he KEPT her key card (ick), slipped into her room and left a rose on her pillow. Yeah, that isn’t creepy at all! Nor does it send a frightening message to the woman when she finds it! (Read sarcasm in bold letters here).
Grace is 29 and finally getting her first big break with her favorite part in her favorite play. Her co-star Charles is much younger and although smitten with her she makes herself clear, she has rules she lives by when working on a play, and dating another cast member is a not an option.
This book felt like one disaster after another that is just never going to end well. Writing is sub-par, and plot is just not good. Just my opinion.