Hello Again

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Former soap actor David Grayson and actress Lexie Kramer were always attracted to each other, but never did a thing about it. More

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About Kat Halstead

I was born in a tiny town in the wild mountains of Colorado. After about a year and a half the parents moved themselves and me to New Jersey where I grew up. As a child I threw the coolest slumber parties ever, sadly my party throwing skills seemed to have peaked then. Now I'm more like a Mary Richards when it comes to throwing parties. I loved Nick at Nite (as if you couldn't have guessed from that last reference), and I have always loved soap operas. Every day on twitter you will find me tweeting about One Life to Live, for sure. Sometimes I will tweet and blog about other soaps. It all depends on how I feel that day and what makes me happy and what makes me angry.

I attended Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado and it was an amazing experience. I had amazing friends during my time at the Fort and while living in Durango. I now live in a small town in Minnesota, where I am trying to adapt to the weather (I have not had an easy time thus far), and the humidity. My first book being released is Secret Fantasy, when its available I will have all that information for you. I have spent years working on a web serial called Divisions which is still on the web and available to be read for free if you are interested.


Hello Again
David Grayson and Lexie Kramer were co-stars a little over five years ago on the now cancelled daytime soap opera Heaven and Hell, now they'll be starring in a new primetime pilot. They had always been friends, but was something more simmering beneath the surface? Not if David's ex has anything to say about it. How far will she go to get him back?

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Review by: Carol on May 12, 2013 :
Soap operas stars are living a soap opera of their own. There is the evil bitch obsessing over the male lead and messing up everyone's lives. There is the rather sweet heroine who inexplictly pines over the nitwit hero.
Some formatting problems and other editing errors but still a good read.
The ending doesn't finish up anything so I suspect that this is the first in a series.
(reviewed 11 months after purchase)

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