I normally avoid romances about celebrities. It usually just feels terribly...redundant. Been there, done that, you know? But I’m really glad I didn’t let my usual bias keep me from reading this book, because overall, it was highly enjoyable.
There are a couple of things that really set this one apart from the usual suspects:
As far as negatives, there weren’t too many:
All in all, this was a good contemporary romance with a great heroine and an appropriately swoony, brooding hero. Highly recommend!
Full disclosure: the author generously provided a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.
Does this book contribute to or help crush the romance stigma?
The whole celebrity angle strains the bonds of believability a smidge, but it’s well-written enough to avoid contributing to the stigma.
Other reading suggestions
For a delightful read about a male movie star falling for a regular gal, try Julie James’s Just the Sexiest Man Alive.
Note: Review original posted on Knockin’ Books.