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on Dec. 21, 2010 :
Loved it! This is Book 2 in Alice Duncan's "Dream Maker" series, set in the pioneering days of movie making. Our hero, Colin (the Brain), is an expert on American Indians and has been hired to advise the filmmakers. (Except they've already imported a bunch of Navajos to play the role of the Apaches, except even that's wrong -- it shold have been Hunkpapa Indians, given the setting. Poor Colin!) Brenda is the Beauty, and the star of the film. She's a breath of fresh air, while Colin comes off as a fussy intellectual. Brenda knows right away that Colin is the man for her, but Colin can't quite bring himself to believe she's really attracted to him. This leads to some very funny scenes, and also to some very passionate ones! A lovely tale.
(reviewed the day of purchase)