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.
- Broadway Babe by J.C. Long
Broadway Babe by J.C. Long
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About the Author
J. C. Long is an American expat living in Japan, though he’s also lived stints in Seoul, South Korea—no, he’s not an Army brat; he’s an English teacher. He is also quite passionate about Welsh corgis and is convinced that anyone who does not like them is evil incarnate. His dramatic streak comes from his lifelong involvement in theater. After living in several countries aside from the United States, J. C. is convinced that love is love, no matter where you are, and is determined to write stories that demonstrate exactly that.
His favorite things in the world are pictures of corgis, writing, and Korean food (not in that order… okay, in that order). J. C. spends his time not writing thinking about writing, coming up with new characters, attending Big Bang concerts, and wishing he were writing. The best way to get him to write faster is to motivate him with corgi pictures. Yes, that is a veiled hint.
January 25, 2017
Strong and sparkling
(Updated: January 25, 2017)
A short but fully complete story..
My second read by this author and again a very strong and dynamic read, awesome way of writing...
This story from a dancer his pov we get a look inside the dance world and dancers mind.
When Tate sees famous singer/dancer Mike Chang rehearsal for the same show as Tate, he knows this beautiful man is far out of his league, but you can dream can't you?
Tate is working his ass off at the rehearsals and then he gets the opportunity to be dance captain...he wants to tell someone the big news but he is quite alone in New York well aware of the different time zone he is.
As the dance captain he gets a chance to be near Mike. Tate is so self conscious it's endearing.
He feels clumsy and when talking to Mike he's stumbling over his own tongue.
Mike ask Tate to help him with dance practice. And I can tell you that worked out just fine...
There is one filthy dancer named Donnie....ghoosshhh I could kill him. He just hit Tate at his most vulnerable place...."out of your league"
And Mike just can't get it why Tate is avoiding him....
Tate was a lovely honest personality I just loved him with al his funny thoughts and qualities
and Mike.....so into Tate and such a sweet guy.
This story was from the first letter till the last captivating as hell, well developed and entertaining as Broadway itself.
Very lively and sparklingly written. It gave me all the right feelings a good story should give.
Highly recommend A really mustread
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