Behind the “lights, camera, action” of Hollywood lies a world of deception, love, and seduction.
Are you ready for Hollywood Royalty?
A blonde, a brunette, a redhead…he can have his pick of them all on any given night and he knows it. They wait, hoping he looks up and gives them his signature smirk, choosing them over the others because that’s his game.
Except now he’s signed the contract of a lifetime, one with a pesky little clause that says his zipper must stay up and his playboy image has got to tamp down. It’ll be fine—a piece of cake, even—he can do this and he’s almost convinced himself of that … and then she walks in the room.
The new PR girl whom they’ve hired to change his image, she’s the star of all his dreams, but there’s one tiny little problem … she can’t stand him and all of his player ways.
He knows he only has thirty days to show her why they call him Hollywood’s Prince. He’s up for the challenge, so game on.
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This is a hard review for me to write, not because I didn’t like the story, quite the opposite. I loved Erin and Carter’s journey. It’s the writing I have an issue with. It’s taken me several books to come to the conclusion that Natasha Madison’s writing style doesn’t work for me; which is highly unfortunate because I love the stories once I wade through the extraneous stuff.
Erin and Carter’s relationship was adorable. I really loved their meet-cute and all the incorrect assumptions they made about one another. I also was obsessed with how easily they fell into a place of familiarity and comfort with each other. There is something to be said for your soul recognizing its home and permitting you to open up all the most vulnerable places of you to that person. That’s exactly what felt like was happening with Erin and Carter. Their hearts recognized each other and after that, everything was out of their hands.
The connection between Erin and Carter seemed to develop very naturally. They went from a tense professional relationship to a deep and steadfast friendship, that grew into a very intense and meaningful committed relationship. The trust and camaraderie they’d established in the early days of their relationship gave them an incredibly solid foundation to build, and rebuild, their relationship on. And, when they put that trust and respect through the wringer, it was that foundation that gave them a place to regroup and rise from the ashes.
My only wish for this book is in the writing, and I know it’s a me thing. I found the descriptions tedious and overwrought. There are several passages – mostly toward the beginning of the book – that feel clunky and in need of polishing. Finally, I think there is too much emphasis on name branding throughout this entire series, and I found it distasteful.
When her nose isn’t buried in a book, or her fingers flying across a keyboard writing, she’s in the kitchen creating gourmet meals. You can find her, in four-inch heels no less, in the car chauffeuring kids, or possibly with her husband scheduling his business trips. It’s a good thing her characters do what she says because even her Labrador doesn’t listen to her…