Winning Hollywood’s Goodest Girl
by Max Monroe
Kline and Wes are no longer tied as my favorite Max Monroe leading men. Harrison Hughes just conquered all competition. He is a hard-working and successful CFO, and a truly decent human being. Raquel has been a Hollywood star since childhood. For various reasons she has no family around her and is handled like a commodity by her management team. You don’t need me to tell you more about this story, because you really need to read this book!
This book was a real pleasure from start to finish. The authors somehow blended several different tropes, along with a variety of new and familiar characters, stirred in a couple of villains, and created a delicious story. There were lots of smiles, some laugh out loud moments, angst, tears, revenge and inspiration. As Harrison says, “Life’s a mess but there’s art in all the splatters.” Words of wisdom from a wonderful book boyfriend.