“An enchanting, sizzling adult fairy tale” – reviewer Rachel Gilbey
Nina stretched out her long legs and arched her back, so Dom couldnâ€™t help but notice the swell of her ample, firm breasts. His palms ached with the effort not to touch.
He turned away, whistling to Sandy, and they headed down to the waterâ€™s edge.
One thing he was pretty sure of now was that Nina was deliberately trying to seduce him. It was a novel feeling to be chased â€“ he was usually the one doing the chasing. And as heâ€™d told her that first night, he was a man, and like most men he tended not to be able to think rationally when a sexy woman threw herself at him.
Right now his brain had ceased to think altogether and his body was taking over. It was asking questions like â€˜Why not?â€™ and â€˜What harm could it do?â€™
Sure, unlike the other women he dated, he wouldnâ€™t be able to say â€œthank youâ€ and walk away afterwards. At least, not for another five weeks. But how hard could it be to stay interested in one woman for a few weeks?
It would be like an all-you-can-eat-buffet, and then sheâ€™d be out of his life as soon as her training was over. After that, if she got the role in Revelations, she would be out of town for months on end for filming. Enough time for them both to move on.
As far as his body was concerned, this didnâ€™t have to be complicated. And as usual, his head was having a very hard time keeping his body from calling the shots.
Not a Fairy Tale is a Hollywood romance, starring an A-list actress determined to re-invent herself and the hunky stuntman she hires to help her do it. Available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, All Romance eBooks and iBooks.
Not Nina Alexander thatâ€™s for sure. With her best gracious loser face firmly in place, Hollywoodâ€™s hottest starlet is hoping to end her evening of disappointment with a graceful exit stage left. Only an unexpected proposal and an awkward wardrobe malfunction mean that this is certainly going to be a night to rememberâ€¦ for all the wrong reasons! So what girl would resist the gorgeous Dominic Kelly coming to her rescue?! Especially when heâ€™s whisking her out of the paparazziâ€™s prying eyes on the back of his motorbike â€“ and wearing a tux to rival James Bond!
Nina soon realises that the only way to recover from such a scandal is to toughen up and snag the role of the decade in the yearâ€™s hottest YA screen adaptation. Who better to train her than her very own professional stuntman? Getting up close and personal with Dom will take Nina well out of her comfort zone â€“ both professionally and in her closely scrutinized private life. But this A-list couple know only too well thatâ€™s it not all happy ever afters in Hollywoodâ€¦
“Iâ€™m a bit skeptical of Hollywood romance stories, but this one turned out to be a great read.Â Not a fairy tale is a heart-warming story that shows the other side of Hollywood stars and paints them as people like us. It will make you want to read the other novels in the series.”Â Long & Short Reviews
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By day I dress in cargo pants and boots for my not-so-glamorous job of making movies. But at night I come home to my two little Princesses, and we dress up in tiaras and pink tulle…and I get to write Happy Ever Afters. What could be more perfect?
I firmly believe that every girl is a princess, and every princess deserves a happy ending.