HE'S A HOLLYWOOD SUPERSTAR. SHE'S LITERALLY THE GIRL NEXT DOOR
One of Hollywood's A-listers, I have the movie industry in the palm of my hand. But if I'm going to stay at the top, my playboy image needs an overhaul. No more tabloid headlines. No more parties. And absolutely no more one night stands.
Filming for my latest blockbuster takes place on the coast of Maine and I'm determined to stay out of trouble. But trouble finds me when I run into Lana Kelly.
She doesn't recognize me, she's never heard of Matt Easton and my million dollar smile doesn't work on her.
Ego shredded, I know I should keep my distance, but when I realize she's my neighbor I know I'm toast. There's no way I can resist temptation when it's ten yards away.
She has a mouth designed for pleasure and legs that will wrap perfectly around my waist.
She's movie star beautiful and her body is made to be mine.
Getting Lana Kelly into my bed is harder than I'm used to. She's not interested in the glitz and glamour of Hollywood, but I'm determined to convince her the best place in the world is on the red carpet, holding my hand.
I could have any woman in the world, but all I want is the girl next door.
A standalone, contemporary, romance.
Easy to relate to, full of real emotion and sizzles with chemistry.
A Hollywood Romance set in a small town with enough intrigue, feels and chemistry to make it impossible to put down. So, this isn't your typical girl meets Hollywood sex symbol. Let's just say Lana and Matt have the most fabulous and entertaining first meeting ever and it sets the tone for the rest of the book. Lana isn't impressed with glitz, glamour or fame. A bad experience from her college days in New York has left her guarded and reluctant. Meanwhile, Matt's Hollywood life has entangled him in some interesting obligations, making me wonder if that's how Hollywood really works? Both of their issues become rolled up one gigantic mess, leaving both Matt and Lana to re-evaluate what is most important to them. Once again, Louise Bay delivers a story that is easy to relate to, full of real emotion and sizzles with chemistry. An easy reminder why I never hesitate to read her books.