I never dreamed I’d meet my celebrity crush while stealing every single pair of my best friend’s pants.
Trust me, my life is not that wild. In fact, the most excitement I usually get is running my fan-favorite Insta thirst account featuring butt-tastic pics of Hollywood superhero Carter Hayes. So, imagine my shock when, in the middle of the cruise ship hallway, I realize the guy whose shirt I'm stuffing slacks inside of is Carter disguised as a tourist. How I manage not to faint dead away, I've got no clue.
When word leaks that Carter might be on board, he asks me to help him maintain his cover. There’s no way I’m gonna say no to that. I just don't share that I’m the anonymous woman behind the fan account that reported sighting him onboard. No biggie. Right?
However, when things between us go from friendly to hot to OMG-I-can’t-keep-my-clothes-on-around-him, all I can do is hope he never discovers my secret. You see, somewhere along the way, Carter went from an untouchable movie star to the man I’m falling for.
Five friends. One singles cruise. So many sexy shenanigans. Be sure to check out all of the standalone books in the Gone Wild series!
Kissing Kendall by Katee Robert
Gaming Grace by Piper J. Drake
Attracting Aubry by Avery Flynn
Beguiling Benjamin by Robin Covington
Loving Liv by Stacey Kennedy
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3 1/2 stars
Loved this love story which had a different turn to the usual reunions. The characters were very likable and no villains.
Quick and to the point!
Quick and to the point! Aubrey’s past revolved around her being the wild child party girl, but as an adult has moved into more of a responsible role helping her grandmother run her business. Taking a break from the real world, she goes on a cruise with her college friends, desperate for the ability and chance to let loose. On the cruise she meets Carter, who she quickly realize is a movie star she was attracted/obsessed with and they realize they have chemistry. As the cruise continues, the feelings and attraction flow, with Carter unknowing that Aubrey is responsible for the social media account that’s risking his chances at a new project. When he finds out though, it changes the game and Aubrey runs home with her tail between her legs, unable to get the chance to speak her piece. Thankfully, Carter works through his feelings and decides to follow them and give Aubrey the chance to defend herself. This was somewhat of an awkward book – some parts went fast while others were a little confusing, but overall it was a good book. Definitely read the first two in the series because Aubrey’s character will make more sense.
I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.