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Years after she'd fled Hollywood, former actress Gwen McCord now faced her toughest role. Film industry big shot Luc Hudson--a man she had never met before--had announced to the world that they were engaged! What was worse, he was moving in. Forced into the charade to protect her troubled sister, Gwen was quickly swept back into Luc's world of movie premieres and celebrity power plays. But the real danger lay in being swept away by her passionate, persistent PR man....
Leanne Banks is a national #1 best-selling author with over fifty romance novels to her credit. Leanne was born and raised in the wonderful town of Roanoke, Virginia. Growing up in "the star city of the south" had a huge impact on her outlook and her writing. Her B.S. in Psychology only qualifies her to treat fictional characters and she began writing when her two children were very young. Leanne believes in the transforming power of love, so writing romance novels comes naturally to her. Her muse is a 4.5 lb Pomeranian who is happy to snooze beside Leanne while Leanne creates. Leanne loves travel and trips to the beach, but what's most important to her is family. Leanne's home on the web is www.leannebanks.com To get the most up-to-date scoop on Leanne, visit her on facebook http://www.facebook.com/?ref=home#!/leanne.banks
I try to read everything Leanne Banks writes because she give the reader fun characters , a nice dash of romance and quality writing. In this book Luc Hudson is a PR man and decides to involve Gwen McCord in a fake engagemnt to get the press off Gwen's trip to rehab. Gwen was an actress who left Hollywood after a terrible divorce and now is living in Montana. A cute escape for evening, Enjoy.
I find this story was so so. Not very exciting. The later books of the Hudsons of Beverly Hills are better. It seem that the first two books of the series lacked some essence that make the story compelling.
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