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Performance Anxiety (Red Dress Ink Novels) Paperback – 1 Nov 2004
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Miranda is falling in love with composer conductor star Kurt Hancock, who is very attracted to her. He informs her that they can see each other, sleep together, and have fun, but his other head will stay hidden from her until he divorces as he feels unsheathing this would be cheating on his wife Olivia. As Miranda wonders about her beloved hiding his third leg from her, she runs over Patrick Tibeau with a shopping cart. Patrick comes from her home town of Cold Shanks and is attracted to Miranda; however she seems to lean towards the married Kurt unless he can persuade her that he offers all of him including his third leg in love.
With its double entendre title to lead the orchestra, PERFORMANCE ANXIETY is a fine chick lit romance starring a bewildered protagonist. Miranda needs to decide between the glamorous conductor, who she sees through starry eyes though not fully available as a kindred spirit or the down to earth townsfolk who sees her through his heart. The story line moves rather quickly yet provides insight behind the curtain in the world of opera. Though some amusing antics seem inane, fans will enjoy Miranda's internal relationship war while she tries to make it as a performer.
The story of a girl who goes for her dream of becoming a singer is fine, but the narrative is so slow and boring that it just could not keep me interested.
I would not recommend this one at all.