A STELLAR AFFAIR (A Hollywood Bad Boy Romance) by Eve Montelibano - EPUB DUMP
A STELLAR AFFAIR (A Hollywood Bad Boy Romance) by Eve Montelibano
AMERICA’S SWEETHEART MEETS HOLLYWOOD BAD BOY.
AVA RYDER is the Pop Empress, one of the biggest recording stars in the world. Her reputation has always been above reproach and she wants to keep it that way. But a scandal breaks out and suddenly she’s painted in the rags as the other woman trying to wreck a happy marriage.
She’s forced to do a major damage control. She hires Hollywood bad boy Wes Stoner to be her pretend boyfriend to divert the public’s attention from the scandal.
WES STONER is arguably the most badass in Tinseltown for playing the most evil villain in a blockbuster film franchise. But despite his talent backed by multiple acting awards, he’s still considered just second tier on the A-list. Now he’s in the cusp of landing his most coveted role, the lead in a new high-budget, most anticipated superhero movie. But the producers want a more concrete evidence of his box-office appeal as a hero.
Pretending to be Ava Ryder’s boyfriend for a few months seems the fastest way to convince the public he’s actually capable of being the good guy, with a romantic heart, too. The idea appalls him but he wants that movie so badly he will endure being Ava’s fake lover to get it.
So they enter into a contract.
It’s just a job. Their ‘relationship’ is purely business.
Until they come face to face.
Sh*t is about to get real.
THIS IS A FULL-LENGTH, VERY STEAMY ROM-COM WITH A HEA. No cheating.
THIS NOVEL IS PURELY A WORK OF FICTION. If you love a super alpha hero with a filthy mouth and a feisty, virgin heroine, this is for you. There’s an abundance of eye-roll-cheesy and hot-vanilla-creamy scenes in this novel so check your blood sugar and your blood pressure before diving in.
THIS NOVEL CONTAINS STRONG LANGUAGE AND GRAPHIC/DETAILED SCENES suitable for readers 18 years old and above.
FOR THE LOVE OF ROMANCE, the author (pretty please:) asks the reader to take a chill pill and enjoy it for what it is, an escapist’s romantic adventure.