Famous friends become much more…
Twenty-nine-year-old Amanda Monroe is about to make her white picket fence fantasy come true. The New York actress plans to wrap her supporting role on a hit sitcom, marry the non-actor of her dreams, and put down the roots she’s always wanted—all before she turns thirty.
But first she must endure another pressing engagement: filming the show’s special episode. Egotistical star Knightley Stapleton’s prima donna ways keep holding up production. Mischievous guest star Harry Ritter Johnson tries to seduce Amanda into co-starring in his next movie. Sidekick Darrell Rawlings, Amanda’s best male pal, plans to propose to his girlfriend, a bloodthirsty interviewer whose heart every celebrity in town would love to drive a stake through.
If only Amanda didn’t keep forgetting she had a fiancé. And if only her fiancé didn’t pay more attention to his vintage typewriter than he did to his future wife.
But who will take Amanda’s side? Not her actor parents, who have their own ideas about what’s best for Amanda and are not too shy to voice them. Nor her friend, Michele, who would be Darrell’s perfect match, if only they could stand each other.
Amanda would love to forget the times her friendship with Darrell crossed over into passion. It should be easy since no one else knows about them. But when the old warmth returns, and their secret past is revealed, Amanda must choose between the life she’s always wanted and an even brighter future.