She uses her fame as a wall around her heart, and only he can tear it down.
Seth Rafferty knows Heather Wainwright’s type.
Leggy and blonde. Yeah, he knows the drill.
He’s been a Hollywood production designer far too long to have patience for A-listers with a superior attitude. Beautiful women with a chip on their shoulder are a dime a dozen.
Which is why his obsession with Heather makes no sense. Nothing about her is attractive.
Except the vulnerability under the sass. The honesty under the attitude.
So when wrap-party flirting gets carried away, Seth doesn’t stop it from turning into a sizzling night of passion. Too late, he realizes, one night isn’t going to get her out of his system.
On to plan B: uncover the real woman under the diva.
Soon Heather will find out that Seth isn’t just a simple carpenter she can use and lose without consequences. He’ll play the part of the builder, but it’s her walls he intends to break down.
This book was previously published. It has been re-edited for this release.
Oil & Water Never Mixed So Well
Loved this story. The chemistry between the main characters, Heather and Seth is off the charts!! She's an arrogant diva. So full of herself that she would never stoop so low as to fraternize with the set crew. Seth continuously puts her in her place. Calling her out on her self-absorbed attitude. But, Seth isn't just a crew member. He's much more but he won't divluge that little secret just yet. They bring out the worst in each other. They should steer clear, right? Yeah, not so easy! This book has humor, swoon-worthy moments, heartbreak, and steam!
I love Laurelin Paige and all of her work, but this was lame. Almost like this book was written because there was some kind of contractual obligation to produce a number of books. Written in the 3rd person, no character POV and cheesy scenes. Sex was so boring.
Mind Changing Hotness
Hiding from her past, Hollywood diva Heather wanted nothing to do with the crews she worked with and even looked down on them. Seth is a production designer who has a past if his own. Sparks fly between them even though she thinks he's only a carpenter. As she battles and tries to hide what she considers the demons of her past, Seth embraces his but lies to Heather about his profession. He feels guilty about it but it just keeps snowballing. Once it comes to light, Heather wants nothing to do with him. Through her heartache