Mind over matter: "David Brady has found the star for his documentary--a real psychic! Unfortunately, no-nonsense theatrical agent A.J. Fields is fiercely protective of her client--especially since that client is her mother! David is obviously a skeptic, and she isn't going to expose her mother to ridicule. David can tell that A.J.'s icy exterior is just a front, but he knows it's going to take a lot more than charm to get her on board with his plans. A.J. is an enigma, and he is determined to find the key. / Dual image: Soap opera star Ariel Kirkwood has got her hands full. Playing Booth DeWitt's cruel ex-wife in his semi-autobiographical film is the chance of a lifetime. Not only that, she's secretly in the middle of a custody battle for her brother's son. The last thing she has time for is a complicated relationship with a moody screenwriter, yet Ariel can't get sexy Booth out of her mind. Ever since his very public breakup with his ex-wife, Booth has had serious trust issues. All the same, he can't help it when Ariel makes her way into his life--and into his heart" -- Amazon.
Dramatists -- Fiction.
Motion picture producers and directors -- Fiction.
Theatrical agents -- Fiction.
Roberts, Nora. Mind over matter.