PUBLIC MISTRESS, PRIVATE AFFAIR
Once her star was on the ascendant. But now Freya Carpenter is being destroyed by her vengeful ex-husband, and only PR genius Nash Taylor Grant can give the beautiful actress her life back... To Nash, she should be just another job. But keeping the vulnerable, innocent Freya at a distance is not as easy as he thinks. And when he whisks her away from her ex and the paparazzi to his secret refuge in the idyllic south of France, Nash finds himself breaking his number-one rule—never ever get intimately involved with a client...
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- cliff jumper 3
- JAB 11/06/2016
I really thought that this was going to have a good plot. We have a heroine who suffers from media's criticism because of an ex-husband's malicious lies who stole everything from her and dragged her good name through the mud. Then we have the hero, who's a publicity agent, hired by the heroine's uncle to bring the heroine back on screen. In the beginning, I liked how their arrangement was going with learning more about each other and their past and getting back on their feet. However, before we even get to see the heroine make her first comeback on the film, we are suddenly fast forwarded two years where the heroine is getting a award, married to the hero, and has a child with him. I felt like I was in a movie theater, had to go to the bathroom, and missed how whole process of how the jumper managed to survive the fall from the cliff. I wanted a little more of the developing relationship not just the beginning and end but also the middle; the book left me unsatisfied.
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