Published by Entangled Publishing on February 8th 2016
Genres: New Adult, Romance
Source: Entangled Publishing
I received this book for free from Entangled Publishing in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Goodreads
Falling for him wasn't in the plans...
Most girls would kill for the opportunity to work for Th, Hollywood's hottest actor, but twenty-one-year-old Jessica Beckett is ready to kick him out of her red Ford Fiesta and never look back. She should be spending her junior year in France, eating pastries and sharpening her foreign language skills. Instead she's reluctantly working as Jack's personal assistant, thanks to her powerhouse talent agent aunt.
Jack is private, prickly, and downright condescending. Jessica pushes his buttons—she's not the type of girl to swoon over celebrity heartthrobs, precisely why her aunt thought she'd be perfect for the job—and Jack pushes right back.
But as she begins to peel away his layers, Jessica is shocked to find she craves her boss's easy smile and sexy blue eyes. The problem is, so does the entire female population. And what started out as the job from hell soon has Jess wondering if a guy like Jack could ever find love with a regular girl like her.
Jessica was all set to study abroad for a year in Paris, until she got sick and had to make a change of plans. As a favor to her aunt, she becomes a personal assistant to the gorgeous actor Jack McAlister. With a rocky start with wrestling his pig to dealing with his seemingly off-putting ego, Jessica doesn’t hold much hope for the job. As she continues to work for him she sees under that steely exterior and finds something she didn’t know she was looking for. Will Jack and Jessica come to terms or will she have to walk away?
In ” an Oyster Shell – A sweet New Adult romance that will leave you swooning and glad you read it.
The Pearls – The whole concept of the story was charming. A personal assistant to a mega star with ample chances of love happening. It’s the common rags to princess story that doesn’t get old. The author put it in some interesting twists so that although it’s a familiar concept it’s a story all it’s own.
The romance was sweet, steamy, and clean. It’s a true work of talent to pull of a sexy read without the graphic scenes. I was really glad that this was a clean romance which makes it a book high on my list to recommend to people.
The sunny California setting makes it a perfect winter read. This book radiates warmth and will leave you cozy on the coldest of days.
The Sand – The character Jack was off-putting. The pacing of the book could be a bit off at times.