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M. Stevens-David Review: "Ghost Light" by Sarah Romine
By Martha Stevens-David
Jul 13, 2014 - 2:22:31 AM

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The publicity material for "Ghost Light" by Sarah Romine commences with the following:

  • Los Angeles has seen thousands of young hopefuls arrive in the "city of angels" bright-eyed and eager to see their dreams come true. They run from audition to audition, seeking comfort in the company of others who share similar dreams, and -- yes -- they work long shifts in bars and restaurants to make ends meet. Though we tend to hear the success stories about big celebrities who seemingly "made it" overnight, there are so many more that leave L.A. without having experienced their big break.

"Ghost Light" by Sarah Romine clearly illustrates the dangers that not only young people can fall into in when venturing into Hollywood in attempt to achieve their dream, but what can happen to everyone from anywhere.

Where there is power and greed, there are always those who are more than willing to tempt others and then use that "temptation" to control and manipulate the less fortunate.

This book should be "required" reading for any and all who are leaning in the "Hollywood" direction.

Would I recommend this to others? YES

Martha Stevens-David

Sarah Romine grew up in a small town outside of Detroit, and earned a degree in Theatre from Eastern Michigan University. She spent most of her time pursuing her acting career living in Chicago. She now resides in St. Louis. Once the Consumer Affairs Manager at the Wrigley Company, Romine now works for HS2 Solutions located in Chicago. With her sister, Leah Weyandt, she is the co-founder of the blog , which focuses on topics relating to food, travel, and style. Ghost Light is her debut novel, and the first book in a trilogy. Websites: and

"Ghost Light"
by Sarah Romine
Paperback $11
230 pages
Kindle $7
Series: Emma Scott
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Published January 28, 2014
ISBN-10: 1490955186
ISBN-13: 978-1490955186

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