For years, I’ve only wanted two things: to hit it big in Hollywood, and to make love to my best friend Sarah. Now that I’ve landed the coveted lead role in The Ties That Bind, I can’t hold back my feelings any longer. If she’ll have me, I want to spend the rest of our lives together.
Unfortunately, the studio has other ideas. They want Sarah out of the picture so I can pretend to be in love with my captivating new co-star. This “fauxmance” is the worst idea I’ve ever heard, but everyone’s on board—including Sarah—so I have no choice but to get on board this runaway train or get left behind.
I promised her nothing would come between us, but Hollywood has. And now I don’t know if our love can survive my fame.
I was draw into this wonderfully written story from the first paragraph and it held my attention all the way to the wild ride of an ending. Sarah and Cameron started out as friends (but are secretly enamored with each other) to lovers to a roller coaster of a relationship all within the backdrop of Hollywood and new fame. And fame came be a real b*tch on new love and with some self-sabotage in the mix there are lots of ups and downs for our couple. But they are so sweet and sexy together that you can’t help but root for them and their love. You are left with a satisfying ending to a lovely story.
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I love books! I have been reading for as long as I can remember. I was the kid with the flashlight under the covers reading until the wee hours. Books were my refuge. I was delighted to discover tree climbing. I would take a book and climb to the top of a Mimosa tree and read for hours...and of course ignore my mother calling for me to do chores. I was committed to reading all of the Nancy Drew stories. Ned was my first book boyfriend. When I was in my early teens I discovered Harlequin romances. I feel in love and it changed my life. I was in love with Love 💕 That’s something for a girl who hadn’t been kissed yet. When I read “he thrust his throbbing member into her womanhood” I was lost to discovering more about this particular brand of romance.
But I don’t just enjoy romance reads. My father-in-law introduced me to the high fantasy genre and I loved it. When I bought my first Nook the world of books really took me by surprise. I was enthralled with all the available genres and to my delight I discovered erotica. In most cases, I was with family on visits to bookstores and you don’t peruse those even if they carried them. Oh the shame of it! ;)
Thanks to Nancy Drew I still enjoy mysteries along with romance, fantasy, erotica, paranormal, steampunk, thrillers, and well, most anything except a horror of a horror. My favorite might be romance suspense but it’s hard for me to pick just one.
I had a serious health issue a few years ago and was forced to quite working after building a career I could be proud of. It was devastating and depressing. I lost myself in books and now spend my days (and nights) reading. I am so appreciative of authors and the wonderful storytelling I’ve found in books. It takes me away from my troubles and introduces me into a world like no other. I love books!
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