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Chapter in the site is excited to have been minor changes; through the cast. Elizabeth disliked being called Lizzie by some people and she knew that Jack was aware of that, but for some reason, calling her by that nickname seemed to amuse him. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Jack had it in him to be a really good friend and she didn't want to hurt his feelings, but she didn't like having her back to the wall this way, either. She had to cherish that and stop dwelling on what she didn't have. But then, her father met those standards.
So he'll keep it light. In the other corner there's Elizabeth Stephens, a self-sufficient violinist. Soon the two are enjoying themselves way too much. It won't last, thinks Elizabeth. It's fun, that's all, thinks Jared. But they're about to learnthat in a real love match, both players can win.
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The moment she realized that her mind had drifted, and that she was feeling way too sorry for herself, Elizabeth winced with guilt.
Here she was, not just stitching together a passable living allowing her to make ends meet, but happily making a very decent living. Luckily, her day job also featured playing the violin. She managed to make a good salary by melding a couple or so different varieties of orchestra engagements. One gig involved playing in the pit for a theater group that was currently trying their hand at a revival of Fiddler on the Roof, another entailed being part of a six-piece orchestra that periodically was called in to provide the background music being scored for a romantic-comedy series.
The last gig involved working alongside several musicians on a commercial for an insurance company. It paid double because they not only played the music but were also seen playing. Her brother Eric had teased her about her screen "presence" and had asked her for her autograph.
And all those jobs didn't include the weddings, anniversaries, graduation ceremonies and various other social engagements that regularly came her way. Like this one, Elizabeth thought, taking care to keep her smile in place as she and the four other entertainers who had been hired to perform at Barry Edelstein's Bar Mitzvah began playing yet another song. It wasn't the thirteen-year-old who had triggered her thoughts about sitting on the sidelines, playing while everyone else was having a good time.
Instead, it was the Bar Mitzvah boy's older sister, Rachel. Elizabeth suppressed a sigh. Here was another occasion of her supplying the theme songs for someone else's life, someone else's romance. Without realizing it, the smile she'd kept fixed on her face slipped a little and a small frown took its place. When was it her turn? When did she get to be swept up in her own romance? Jack was playing the portable keyboard he brought to all their mutual engagements. It was because of her previous association with Jack, whom she'd met while still in college, that she had gotten this particular gig, as well as a number of other engagements over the past few years.
Networking was all part of the life of a musician. Elizabeth disliked being called Lizzie by some people and she knew that Jack was aware of that, but for some reason, calling her by that nickname seemed to amuse him.
Elizabeth leaned ever so slightly closer to Jack and his keyboard. But when their eyes met, she realized that she should have known better. Jack liked to think of himself as a minor deity, fixing things that had gone wrong in the lives of "his people," as he referred to the folks he kept on his roster of potential musicians to call whenever the need for a small orchestra came up.
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Of all the musicians Jack had amassed to call for the various affairs he was contracted to play, he'd sent the most amount of work her way. It was no secret that he was interested in her for more than the way she handled a bow. His bushy eyebrows drew together over his hawklike nose as he scrutinized her closely. Served her right for letting her thoughts get the better of her, Elizabeth upbraided herself. For all she knew, what she thought she was witnessing could be strictly an illusion as well.
Maybe this couple wouldn't even be together this time next year. If that did turn out to be the case, she certainly didn't envy either of them the breakup that might be looming on the horizon.
A breakup, she thought, that would inevitably be filled with heartache if either one of them actually loved the other even half as much as appearances would indicate. Enough already, Elizabeth silently chided herself. What's wrong with me, anyway? She knew she was living her dreams. She had to cherish that and stop dwelling on what she didn't have. When had she gotten so negative? Besides, careful what you wish for, remember?
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