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Paige is a writer and widow with a teenage son. She wants to have her books made into a movie but she wants creative control and have a saw in who plays the lead character Flynn. Her publicist tells her she has to be seen by the public more. They want her to enter into a "showmance". It's a romance only for show. She hates being the center of attention and crowds but to get the movie producers to take her seriously, she must do it.
Nate and Paige come to an agreement after she has a panic attack at a red carpet event. The more time Paige spends with Nate, the more she sees the real him not the person he shows the fans.
This is a steamy, sweet, funny story. The characters are lovable and the sex is hot ( not many scenes ).
Paige Mitchell is a best-selling author. She's a short and frumpy housewife who prefers sweatpants and sweatshirts to Pradas and Diors. Nate Mason is a British actor making it in America as the lead in a famous action franchise, except his past scandal involving a young starlet made him a bit of outcast. When their agents suggested a "showmance" (public relations romance, mainly for the cameras) between the two, Paige was extremely doubtful. Who can believe action god Nate Mason be interested in a frumpy housewife that is Paige Mitchell? But they both need something... He wanted to be the star in a new franchise based on her books, and she wanted to have some creative control over movie franchise based on her books. Both needed the Hollywood buzz to move forward, and an alliance was struck. And as they spent time together, Paige learned that behind the smooth British facade was a real sensitive caring man. But this is a performance for the cameras... right?
The ending unfortunately, devolved to a very lame trope: "I believe you wanted something other than me, so I will do some really stupid things to drive you away, because I believe that's best for you". Which is, obviously, followed by "I was really stupid." Argh.