Boy meets girl.
They make a quick deal.
And they...don't fall in love.
The new tight end for the New York Sharks, Brent Crawford, is one of the sexiest men alive. But he needs an image makeover. With allegations of assault, his sponsors are threatening to drop him. He needs a miracle. He needs Gwen McDougall.
Former fashion model and national heroic sweetheart, Gwen immerses herself into photography, wanting to be on the other side of the lens for a change. She wants more from her photography jobs than premeditated shots of B-list celebutantes, and now is her chance. Gwen just has to agree to help Brent shine up his tarnished reputation. Easy Peasy. After all, he's Brent Crawford. It's picture perfect.
But, Brent's not the Crawford brother she wants. Suddenly picture perfect is rather imperfect.
First time reading this author. Written well, likeable characters, and the storyline kept me interested. Mostly clean story. Would read this author again.
With the perfect twist to the fake relationship storyline, the story takes you into the machinations of the flawed mind...creating a snowball affect of adversity to the innocent.
The originality with which the concept transpires draws your in, exposing the frailty of the mind and how we see ourselves. The characters' vulnerabilities and flaws, some internal some external, were created with the perfect blend of anguish and strength, written with such originality that the story is unique and fresh.
This ARC book was complimentary, provided by the author. I am voluntarily providing my honest review.