CHRISTINA’S 4 BLUSH REVIEW
This book was a star-studded little treat. It combined two tropes I really love- Hollywood star romance and enemies to lovers. Tyler is the biggest Hollywood actor you can imagine. His face graces magazine covers and movie billboards all over the world. He’s Hollywood’s most notorious playboy and he owns it. Tyler had me fanning myself more than once while he attempted to woo Jessica into his good graces. Jessica was a really well-developed and complex heroine. She’s one of the most successful journalists covering Hollywood right now but she has aspirations of a much more meaningful career. She was tenacious, determined, quick-witted and smart as a whip.
I loved watching these two characters who hated each other get to know one another. I also love storylines where the hero and heroine somehow get thrown together in a situation they can’t get out of for an extended period of time so they see each other frequently and have tons of interaction. It was the constant interaction between these two that I enjoyed the most. I loved watching the transformation of their relationship and the slow burn towards the romantic side. Once they finally came together, their chemistry was explosive. Jessica keeps Tyler on his toes and the romantic side of Tyler is one of the books. I loved him!
Fans of Natasha Madison and anyone who loves a good Hollywood romance will enjoy this one for sure.
An entertainment journalist was the last thing I thought I would be doing.
I thought once I got my degree, I would be reporting on stories that made a difference, but now all I do is report on who broke up with who and who is dating who.
I was over it.
Then I got my next assignment.
He’s Hollywood’s bad boy.
He works hard, and he plays even harder.
He’s rude, he’s condescending, and he’s made it known he doesn’t want me on the tour.
With one month on the road with him, two things might happen
One, I may never work in this industry again.
Two, I may just be like everyone else and fall for Hollywood’s Playboy.
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…
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