Blake Carlton, the camera-shy son of Hollywood’s Darling, dodges the invasive limelight and scripted relationships that so often accompany fame. But when his mother’s popularity declines and she falls into a depression, he offers himself up as the next bachelor on a reality show, hoping to reignite interest in her career while creating a way for them to finally connect. After her fiancé dumps her for her best friend, aspiring photographer Harlow Tucker is done with romance—until her beloved, disabled sister requests her aid to start a nonprofit. Harlow agrees to do whatever is needed to raise funds, even reluctantly costarring on a dating show with a notorious womanizer who distrusts anyone behind a lens.
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This was a fun book to read. It’s a story about two people who met on a reality TV show. It was well written and interesting. It kept my attention until the end. I liked most of the characters. Some of them I would have liked to punch. I liked how there was the relationship between Blake & Harlow but also between Harlow and her sister. It added depth to the story. One thing that was really cool was the epilogue. It didn’t just end but you got a glimpse of what happened after the story ended. Susan Tuttle weavea valuable truths such as faith, acceptance and worth throughout the story. I think the reader can learn right along with the characters these truths.
I recommend this book to my family and friends.
I received this book from the publiAuthorsher to read and give my honest opinion. All thoughts are my own.
About the Author
Susan L. Tuttle was born and raised in the Mitten State where she met and married her best friend. A homeschooling mom of three, somewhere along the way she blinked and those three littles aren’t so little anymore. Now she balances their teenage years with directing the women’s ministry at her church and writing new stories. She fully believes that God is the biggest romancer in the world and that he loves each one of us lavishly even in all our imperfections—a belief tried and tested by her own misses at perfection. Never having met a cookie she didn’t like, most days you’ll find her enjoying one for a treat between chauffeuring her kiddos around, attempting housework, contemplating exercise, or coaxing her current characters to talk.