Blurb: Aubrey Evans is living every author’s dream; her sizzling romance novel is being turned into a blockbuster film. She would be celebrating this momentous event, if she wasn’t busy fighting over every tiny production detail with the maddeningly cavalier director, Kole Camden.
When news of their heated rivalry hits the gossip columns, drastic measures must be taken to save their sinking project. In an elaborate PR hoax, she is publicly linked to Greyson Meyers, the swoon-worthy star of her movie. A whirl-wind love affair is staged for the couple to mirror the steamy chapters of her own books.
Can the introverted author resist the charms of Hollywood’s sexiest leading man? Or will love find her in the City of Angels?
I finished this book in damn near one sitting. It was drenched in sarcasm. And I loved it. I’ve had this book in my queue for a while now. I don’t recall how I got it but I needed a break from my series reads and the Sci-Fi book I had been reading. (H.G. Wells is hard to read for too long) I immediately loved it. From beginning to end this book screams wit, snark and lots of humor!
I laughed so much during this book you guys. I could not put the damn thing down. The pretend romance was not what I would have expected so that was fun. It was more realistic. I mean, I remember people in high school that wore sex appeal like a second skin, which is how Greyson came off. But I do like the fact he wasn’t a douche, which is usually the case with the sexy ones. I honestly liked him better than the actual love interest.
The main plot was pretty predictable but the WAY it was written was what hooked me.
The only thing I found a bit off was the Camden and Aubrey’s attraction. We could see where it was headed but we never really see ‘the moment they fall’ ya know. Then it just skips to them being in love. Its hard to explain without spoiling the book but that’s the best I can do.
It didn’t have any impact of my likability of the story though. It was a quick, funny read that I could see going back too when I need a break from life.