Don't Look Down by Jennifer Crusie and Bob Mayer - Book Review
Summary of Don't Look Down
Lucy Armstrong, A New York director of commercials featuring dogs has just landed the biggest thing of her life yet. She will be finishing the directing of a new action movie down in L.A., but when she arrives, she notices that not everything is going to work to her likings. The old director had died of a heart attack, and most of the staff has left. What’s worse is the stunt director is her Ex-husband and the the army man across the bridge is so captivating.
What is Don't look Down about?
Lucy Armstrong, a commercial director will be directing the last few days of a new action movie, all she has to do is direct a few stunts and she’s out of there. But nobody agrees on anything, nobody listens, most people have left and the script makes no sense.
What is the conflict in Don't Look Down?
When Bryce, her lead male actor arrives, he brings a Green Beret along with him, Major J.T. Wilder. Connor Nash, her Ex-husband and stunt director has other ideas. He wants Wilder to leave, NOW. But, Lucy lets Bryce keep his friend around. She finds something very interesting in him. There’s something about him, and with all the romance, action and thrills in the air, this is no time to be thinking about him... Especially when there might be something bigger than love to worry about.
Who is Don't Look Down for?
Don’t Look Down is for the more mature. Don't Look Down is NOT for children.
Don’t Look Down features romance, action, mysteries, and seduction. There’s Major J.T Wilder to fulfill the men’s need of action, jumping from helicopters, gun fights, and fist fights and humour. Then there’s Lucy Armstrong to share the female perspective, the romance, the family bond, and humour.
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