The New York Times bestselling author of Pucked and The Good Luck Charm delivers a Hollywood happily-ever-after where a famous heartthrob falls for his ultimate fangirl.
"As charming as its title, but it's also so much more... Fans of Jasmine Guillory's The Wedding Date and Helen Hoang's The Kiss Quotient will love Meet Cute." --The Washington Independent Review of Books
Kailyn Flowers was always calm, rational, and controlled--until she ended up sprawled all over Daxton Hughes, the former actor she totally crushed on as a teenager. Then she did the unthinkable: She became a mortifying fangirl in five seconds flat, which may or may not have included professing her undying love. And oddly, he didn't run away. In fact, their meet cute led to a friendship she never saw coming. Of course, she never saw his betrayal coming, either...
Now Dax needs her help. As guardian to his thirteen-year-old sister, he's in way over his head. And though Kailyn hasn't forgiven Dax, she isn't heartless enough to make him fend for himself, either. Soon their friendly meetings turn into flirty dinner dates, and Kailyn can feel their chemistry is as explosive as ever. But how can she possibly let down her guard again to a guy who has heartbreak written all over him?
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A Must Read
When Kailyn literally runs into Dax, her big crush, in college, it’s disastrous. She super fangirls all over him. When they end up in classes together, mishaps continue and so does her crush. Until Dax screws her over. Eight years later, they meet again and their lives become intertwined. This was a great second meet—first chance at romance tale. There was heat, humor, subterfuge, and suspense.
What a sweet book.
Meet Cute is a cute story albeit it somewhat predictable. It’s nice to read a story where the guy isn’t a total jerk and the heroine isn’t weak and needy.