This was a really enjoyable novella set in the world of Broadway musicals. Tate is a dancer and the show he was just cast for is his big break. He works hard and tries to focus on his job but he can't help but be attracted to one of the main cast members, Mike Chang. As Tate's director realizes how talented he is, he's asked to give Mike some extra training. There's a definite spark between the two men but Tate can't imagine that someone as famous as Mike would be interested in him.
This story is shorter in length but still packs a lot of story into the space. Tate is a charming story teller and while he's insecure, it comes across as realistic and age appropriate. There's no unnecessary drama. Mike is also a great character and I really loved the two of them together.
I thought this was a well done story and I enjoyed it. I recently discovered this author through another book and I've been making an effort to read his back catalog. So far I have not been disappointed.
Tate O’Connor has worked hard to realize his dream of dancing on Broadway, and it’s about to pay off with a premier in his first show. He doesn’t expect the distraction of sharing the stage with his celebrity crush: Broadway superstar Mike Chang. Drama ensues both onstage and off as Tate and Mike work closely and realize there could be something between them. However, there are those who don’t think an up-and-coming dancer is good enough for someone with Mike’s talent and fame, and rumors and misunderstandings might lead to broken hearts if Tate and Mike can’t work through their confusion and insecurity.