Synopses & Reviews
Love at first sight. How perfectly romantic!
When Dana meets Ellen shes not entirely honest because she doesnt want to look foolish. If she explained that shes wingman to her BFF Trudy, who is trying to pick up men at an AA meeting, then Ellen would quite reasonably want to back away, slowly.
The only way to see Ellen again is to keep going to the meetings and try really hard not to dig herself a deeper hole. But on the day Dana was born the good Lord was handing out shovels and whichever idiot said the course of true love was easy, well, they flat-out lied.
If love wasnt funny thered be no way wed survive it. Join Goldie winner Layce Gardner for A Perfect Romance.
About the Author
Layce Gardner combined her B.A. in Theater and English Literature to embark on a career as playwright and screenwriter. She has penned numerous screenplays for Lifetime, USA and the major US networks as well as plays like Tiger Lady, which has been produced in multiple locations throughout North America. Her awards include a Golden Crown Literary Award, Drama-Logues Best Playwright and Valley Theater Leagues Best New Play. After relocating from Los Angeles to Oklahoma she began work on novels in addition to her continued devotion to screenplays.