WoW is weekly meme created by Jill at Breaking The Spine in which bloggers can share books they're excited to get soon :)
So I know you people have already forgotten about me but I haven't forgotten about you or this blog, but I'm rotating in the plastic surgery service, which is so fancy and challenging that I haven't got time to read/review/sleep.
And this is a big but, I had to find a computer to post a WoW today because I just HAD TO feature this book, by one of my all-time favorite authors and overall person: Jennifer Echols.
Check it out my friendos!
Wendy Mann loves her job rescuing celebrities from public relations scrapes. She grew up with nothing, and now she’s drawn to glitz, glamour, and a lighthearted lifestyle. She speaks her mind, so she’s just the tough cookie to tell stars the truth about how other people see them, even when they don’t want to hear it. But after six years at the top of her game, Wendy crosses the line. A star she was sent to save rebels against her and nearly gets her fired. To salvage her job, she must rehabilitate the career of a singing starlet with a penchant for posting inappropriate photos of herself and arguing online with her famous ex. Problem is, the ex is represented by Wendy’s arch nemesis from college, the hot and haughty Daniel Blackstone. And both stars are scheduled for a collision course on national television, broadcast live from Las Vegas.Daniel’s uneasy when he hears Wendy Mann from his firm’s most hated competitor has been brought in to revive the career of his client’s ex-girlfriend. Daniel must win at any cost. And if he has to seduce Wendy to smooth the way to their partnership, he’s willing to sacrifice himself for the cause. But Daniel doesn’t count on the scorching heat between them—and when they get to Vegas, all bets are off.
Collision on national tv
Hot tempered enemies from college!!!
HE HAS TO SEDUCE WENDY!!!
OMG I can't handle this I'm only human, my body can't contain these emotions I need this book like yesterday and will do aything to have at least a glimpse...
Just Kidding (sort of).
So anyways, I forgot to tell that this is Jenn Echols' first adult fiction book (but I don't care I'd read Grandma fiction if she wrote it)