"OOH, LA, LA! lives up to its title"
Director Zack Jackson wants to do a movie set in a brothel
in historical New Orleans, but his last few films came in
late, over budget, and flopped at the box office. He
explains his idea to the caustic CEO of Parapet Pictures,
Goldman, that he found an article in the Historical Research
Quarterly written by New Orleans University Professor Kate
Matthews on a true story that Zack believes will make quite
a film. Goldman agrees to finance the movie, but insists
that Professor Matthews be hired as a consultant.
Kate is thrilled to be on the team until she realizes that
Zack is ignoring authenticity. She informs the director
that she can supply him with exciting real historical
happenings that will bring action to his movie. As they
work together, the professor and the filmmaker fall in
love, but will this be a Hollywood type ending?
OOH, LA, LA! lives up to its title as an exciting
contemporary romance that enhances the plot with insight
into the historical red light district of New Orleans. The
story line engages the audience from the moment Kate and
Zack meet and never lets up until the film is finished.
Kate is a wonderful protagonist who believes in what she is
doing; Zack is a talented individual trying to make a film
his way while satisfying Goldman, a throwback to the big
studio days with a lot of time on his hands. Robin Wells
provides fans with an entertaining novel that is fun to
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted July 19, 2002
BABY, OH BABY! will be published by Love Spell for $5.99. Lawyer Jake Chastaine knows how things are supposed to be, and it doesn't include a mix-up at a fertility clinic or fathering a child with a woman he's never met. And looking at the vivid redhead who was the mother, he realized he missed out on something spectacular. It's supposed to be "first comes love, then comes marriage" -- maybe this time things will happen a little differently. Original. (Courtesy of INGRAM BOOK CO.)