The Brodie Brothers, Book 3
A former model, a grumpy lawyer, and a single dad walk into an audition for a children’s musical… They’re all Miles Brodie. It’s only cute if you aren’t the director who’s being bribed to cast his daughter.
Dear Mr. Cross,
Re: our discussion
- True. Casting my daughter as the lead in your musical could be considered bribery if people find out I’m investing in it, but no one needs to know.
- I only want to hire you as Macy’s singing coach so her vocal skills will improve.
- Maybe if you’d spent less time surfing and more on your singing career, you wouldn’t be in this financial predicament.
- Re: your living situation—my neighbor has a guest house. If you cast Macy as Alice, I will pay for your first three months’ rent.
Do we have a deal?
Dear Mr. Brodie,
- It absolutely is bribery, but I absolutely need that money for my production. Thanks!
- It is very cute that you will do anything to get Macy this part, but I would only coach that sweet child as a favor to all mammals with functional hearing.
- If I spend less time surfing, will you spend less time jogging on my beach with your shirt off?
- You want to pay me to live next door so you don’t have to drive anywhere to frown at me?
- I have another condition for casting Macy as Alice—you have to perform the part of the Cheshire Cat.
This is a stand-alone multicast duet audiobook in the Brodie Brothers series. Narrated by Jason Clarke and Mackenzie Cartwright. Featuring Teddy Hamilton, Zachary Webber, Emma Wilder, Emily Woo Zeller, and Connor Crais.