Is love written in the stars? Find out in the hot and hilarious stand-alone romantic comedy from USA Today bestselling author, Lila Monroe!
I’ve never been the superstitious type. Black cats are made for snuggling, and broken mirrors just mean I can’t see today’s epic zit, but getting stuck in an elevator and accidentally making out with my handsome boss on his first day? I don’t have to read the tea leaves to know, this spells disaster for my dream journalism job. With the future of the newspaper in jeopardy, I’m next on the chopping block for sure… until I figure out our new CEO’s one weakness.
And it’s written in the stars.
Turns out, Justin is a major fan of the Gazette’s astrology column. And since our resident mystic has gone AWOL, guess who’s left secretly writing the forecasts? Me!
Soon, I’m using his star sign to nudge him in the right direction - and away from the pink slips. But as Justin and I grow closer, the chemistry between us is sizzling… and my little white lie turns into a galaxy-sized problem. I’m seeing stars - and not just when he kisses me.
Can I find a way out of this celestial mix-up? Or will my forecast spell heartbreak for the both of us? Find out in the new romance from Lila Monroe!
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It’s written in the stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Sometimes, getting stuck in the elevator can set your world on a completely different path. Especially if you happened to be stuck with a delicious man, who helps you take your mind off it. And then turns out to be your new boss, who may or may not be dismantling the newspaper you work at and love. Desperate times call for desperate measures, and Natalie does everything she can to help Justin, hot CEO, save the paper. Will these star crossed lovers be able to save the paper, and find love? You’re gonna love reading this and finding out!! Lots of laughs, lots of feels, and lots of yummyness!!
What’s written in the stars?
Everyone loves to read the astrology section in their newspaper, right? Well, what happens when YOU control what is written? Natalie will do anything to save the newspaper she works for even if it means writing a column that isn't hers. Justin comes from a wealthy, old-money family, and he is supposed to follow Dad's orders regardless. So what happens when his sign starts directing him in a different direction then what dear old Dad wants? A lot of laugh out loud and steamy moments with Natalie and Justin finding a backbone to finally say "not this time."
This story is well written from the start of chapter 1 and will keep you in stitches to the end. I'm not sure I will ever look at the "HOT" Krispy Kreme donuts sign the same way ever again. Let's hope this couple finds a way around the problem at hand along with finding true love at the workplace.
Laugh out loud fun
Natalie is starting her new dream job at The Gazette when the elevator she is in is stuck. Luckily for her, she is stuck with a very handsome guy, Justin, who she assumes is one of the engineers on a different floor. After the elevator jerks a couple of times, she launches herself at him and they end up making out. When she finally arrives at her floor, she finds out that Justin is part of the Rockford family that just purchased The Gazette. Since she is the last one hired, to avoid being unemployed, she accepts the job working as Justin’s assistant. When she finds out that the papers astrologist has taken an extended vacation, and that is the one part of the newspaper Justin likes, she anonymously takes over writing the column. Since Justin follows his sign, she writes things that subtly pushes him towards keeping the paper, and taking a chance on her. Both Natalie and Justin are likable characters, and Lila Monroe brings her usual laughs. This is a thoroughly enjoyable book. I received an ARC of this book from the author for my honest review.