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Reseña | Starstruck

domingo, 26 de abril de 2020
Starstruck 1
TÍTULO: Starstruck
AUTORA: L.J. Stark
GÉNERO: Romance contemporáneo, LGBT
EDITORIAL: Autopublicado
PÁGINAS: 207
SAGA: Opposites attract #1
Peter
I was a working actor struggling to make rent when I scored a part in Aiden Hunt's latest blockbuster.
Too bad the man himself turned out to be rude, abrasive and annoyingly cocky. But at least I'd never have to see him again after filming.
Or so I thought.
One drunken wrap party and two gold rings later, I'm married to the bastard and we need to sell a fairytale romance to the tabloids, his legions of fans, and the world.
Falling for him in the middle of all this should be out of the question.
Aiden
Hollywood has a bad habit of chewing up young, starry-eyed actors and spitting them right out. That was what I thought would happen to Peter Czerny, and I didn't care. He was rude, self-righteous, and...distracting.
Ending up married to him was an inconvenience, but I could use it for my own gain.
I just didn't bank on Peter getting under my skin. He slipped into my life like he's always belonged there, and we have an attraction that my body can't deny.
I just need to get him out of my system.
Then we can both go back to our two separate lives.
Somehow, playing a role has never felt this complicated.