Lucy Armstrong directs TV commercials yet somehow sheís roped into a four-day shoot of an action movie. On the set she finds that most of the directing staff has walked off the job, her philandering ex-husband is the stunt coordinator, the lead actors are egomaniacal media sluts and the star of the movie has hired a Green Beret as his stunt double. Everyone is acting crazy and Lucy has had it with the unenthusiastic crew, her man-whore ex-husband's attempts to reconcile and the sexy new stunt manís disgusting habit of always being right. Something weird is going on and Lucy intends to get to the bottom of it.
Captain J.T. Wilder thought he would have a simple four-day job playing stand-in for a would-be action hero. Instead heís fighting a knee weakening attraction to the director, falling out of helicopters and trying to keep his bumbling employer in one piece. Add to that the CIA has an interest in the movie shoot and its elusive benefactor.
Donít Look Down has enough twist and turns to give you vertigo. What a fabulous team Jennifer Crusie and Bob Mayer make. Fresh, funny, and full of action. Combined their voices and styles harmonize beautifully. I canít wait to get my hands on their next book.