- Paperback: 208 pages
- Publisher: Crimson Romance (January 31, 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1440573506
- ISBN-13: 978-1440573507
- Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.6 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 35 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,456,074 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"Simply fantastic! Infamous has everything I love in a romance: witty dialogue, steamy sex, and great characters. Preston has crafted a fun and flirty book that I couldn't put down!" --Emily McKay, bestselling author of All He Ever Wanted and The Farm
"A deliciously fun and sexy tale, brimming with Hollywood glamour and a hero that is to die for." --Farrah Rochon, 2012 RITA finalist, author of I'll Catch You
"Just delicious." --Vivien Jackson, romance author
About the Author
Irene Preston has to write romances--after all, she's living one! As a starving college student, she met her dream man, who whisked her away on a romantic honeymoon across Europe. Today they live in the beautiful hill country outside of Austin, Texas, where Dream Man is still working hard to make sure she never has to take off her rose-colored glasses. Visit her at www.irenepreston.com.
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Romances with a domino effect of misunderstandings are hard to pull off, but Irene Preston does just that in Infamous. Jessica is a party girl, but she's also kind and loyal. Given her in-the-spotlight upbringing, it's hard for her to trust anyone, and that includes the man she loves. In tinseltown, no one tells it like it is, and Jessica can't communicate her hopes and fears. Morgan is just as bad. He's conservative, and completely unfamiliar with Jessica's world, so he believes everything he reads in print as gospel. Neither one can see how someone from such a different world could love them, and therein lies the root of their problem.
This book is so clever and well written that I just couldn't put it down. Jessica is realistic, likable and funny, a bad girl I'd love to be friends with. She burns cookies, takes on the PTO, snarks with the best of the best. She's a hoot and I rooted for her to the very last page. I also loved reading a book with a loving step-mother/step-daughter relationship. Worth every penny.
Preston is a polished writer who makes the dialogue sing and the story move along at an enjoyable clip. It's a romance novel so you know it'll all work out in the end but getting there, in this case, is a heck of a lot of fun.
Jessica is a Hollywood party girl whose antics routinely get her on the front page of the tabloids. Morgan is a venture capitalist who likes his staid, calm life in the burbs.
Four years ago they met, fell in love and got married. And then it all went horribly wrong. Now, Morgan's daughter needs a mother more than ever before and Jessica moves back in - to care for the stepdaughter she adores and to try to win back the man she never stopped loving.
If you've ever hidden your true feelings behind a devil-may-care attitude and sky high stiletto pumps, this book's for you. And if you're in the mood for sizzling hot, well-written sex you will love "Infamous".
One of my favorite lines compared the heroine to a video game: "Jessica was a whole maze of zombie infested rooms with no map and no exit strategy to the next level."
I look forward to reading more books by Irene.
Most recent customer reviews
Morgan and Jessie's story is heartwarming, heart stopping and hot, hot, hot!!!
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