"Casey couldn't put her finger on why, but she connected with Lexie in a way that she hadn't been able to with anyone else in a very long time."
Casey Granger has been a television star since the age of fourteen, but she's recently started to question her life and her career choice.
As she approaches forty, Casey fears the end of her successful television show is all but certain. She also realizes her private life, never fulfilling, appears even more depressing now that her son Robbie has entered MIT and no longer needs her mothering. With her career fading, and suffering from empty nest syndrome, Casey re-evaluates the meaning of success.
When TV writer Alexis "Lexie" Constantine is hired to write for Casey's fictional morning news show, "Good Morning Seattle", she might end up saving not only the show, but Casey as well.
Lexie is an attractive lesbian who catches Casey's attention with her talent and natural charm. The two women begin a friendship that causes them both to question existing relationships and the very lives they have chosen to lead. Lexie brings new life to Casey's fictional character, and awakens in her a world of possibilities Casey isn't certain she is willing to face...
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Sandi Glauser received a degree in communications from Brigham Young University and enjoys writing works of fiction and non-fiction.
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