Published by Grand Central Publishing on May 9th 2017
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Young PR star Rose Reed is thrown into the big leagues when her boss leaves town the day of the firm's meeting with Archie Fox, a young, hot, internationally famous British singer-songwriter. The meeting is going badly until Rose suggests a staged romance with up-and-coming, young indie star Raya. He'll do it, but only if Rose becomes his publicist. As the faux-mance begins to rehabilitate Archie's faltering career, Rose finds his herself having unexpected, inconvenient and definitely unprofessional feelings for the crooner. But do late night texts and impromptu burrito binges mean he feels the same? In the end, Rose will have to decide whether to let her fantasy crush go, or to risk her reputation to be with the charming, handsome, scoundrel-y but sweet pop star she's grown to love.
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This was a really cute story. It was a nice break from all the angst and drama.
Junior publicist Rose is put in charge of music star Archie Fox while her boss is out of town. It’s her time to prove she is more than ready to handle big name talent. Except she didn’t anticipate Archie being down-to-earth and someone she is attracted to.
The characters in this book were a little quirky while being endearing. I loved the push and pull between Rose and Archie while they fought the growing attraction between them. More importantly was Rose discovering she was more than capable of reaching for her dreams.
This was fun and the ultimate beach reach.
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