It's not because I don't want to talk, it's because trauma prevents me from getting any words out. We all have our things don't we?
It worked for me.
Until my Hollywood friends decide that I need a little bit of adventure by way of forcing me to become Lincoln Greene's new assistant. They're filming in my hometown. Waiting on him hand and foot is suddenly the least of my worries.
Because Lincoln? He's not a texter.
He's a talker.
And he may just talk his way right into my heart before I have time to put up any sort of boundaries.
He's my enemy.
And then he's my best friend.
And now I want to talk more than ever, say the words that don't mean as much when you type them out on your phone.
But I'm broken.
And even Hollywood's newest heartthrob can't fix me, no matter how hard he believes he can.
About the Author
Brittany Pressley is an audiobook narrator, songwriter, and vocal producer in New York City. She has narrated several audiobooks, including works by Alyson Noel and R. L. Stine. Her notable screen credits include being a newscaster on FOX Kid's News and playing Courtney in the Fox Television Network series Swans Crossing. Pressley also has a background in theater, having played Peaseblossom in Shakespeare in the Park's production of a Midsummer Night's Dream, and Maria in The Sound of Music for Carey Productions. She has also done both regional and national commercial spots and PSAs for TV and Radio, including MasterCard, Nickelodeon, and MTV.
Peter Coleman graduated with a BFA from NYU Tisch. He has narrated several audiobooks, A&E's "Animal House: The Inside Story," hundreds of how-to instructional videos for Howcast Media, and read many Harry Potter titles to his young cousins at bedtime. He has seen the country in two theatrical tours, performed in 40 states, and acted in well over a hundred screen projects, including short films, feature films, and web shows.