The Great Pick Up Line featuring
We’ve Got This by Rebecca Moreán
This exchange is between Ryan, (movie-star-looking-for-his-artistic-soul in Vermont), and Kate, his set driver who likes to wear mud boots and had been single a Very. Long. Time.
She felt a piece of short bread fall into her lap. “Excuse me?”
“You are. You are beautiful. I think you’re lovely.”
She waved a fork. She could barely handle receiving a tart and coffee. This would never do. “You’re still in a delirium.”
“Don’t think so.” He inched closer to her. She could see the gap in his shirt, feel the coolness of his skin. Oh man. Stop. Then, he lightly placed his hand on her forearm and turned her to him.
To her horror, what came out of her mouth next sounded breathless. “I can’t eat if you’re gonna talk to me like that.” To compensate, she picked up her fork again and stabbed at the fruit with determination.
He looked longingly in her face. “You are so practical it’s killing me.”
We’ve Got This
by Rebecca Moreán
Kate’s messy, happy life of kids and chaos takes a Hollywood turn when her screenplay is selected for production by a small indie film company. They’ve even managed to attract a major Hollywood actor to star: Ryan Carter, the sexiest man alive.
Kate should be overjoyed. After all, it was Ryan’s furrowed brow and passionate kissing that she imagined as she wrote Love’s Labour’s Won. But when she takes on the role of his driver, she’s pretty sure she won’t be able to hide her mortifying, inappropriate, juvenile, two-decade long crush.
The part should be perfect, exactly what Ryan needs to restart his stalled artistic engines and move past a disastrous affair. A few weeks away in a small town setting should take the edge off and leave him with a clear head and a plan for the future. All he wants is a bit of honest work, far from the trappings of fame.
Neither Kate nor Ryan are looking for anything more than what a few weeks of film work can bring them, but they’re about to find out that first takes aren’t always perfect and second chances are never scripted.
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