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Star of His Heart (Kimani Romance) Mass Market Paperback – August 1, 2010
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Drop-dead-gorgeous Ethan Chambers loves his life as Hollywood's most eligible--and elusive--bachelor. Plus, the talented actor has just gotten an offer he can't refuse: a starring role on TV's hit medical drama. But it's the show's sultry makeup and wardrobe director who's got his pulse racing--and making him think twice about staying single.
Getting the gig on Paging the Doctor has thrust Rachel Wellesley into the unwelcome glare of the spotlight. She wants to paint the story, not be the story. But when Rachel starts falling for the show's sinfully sexy star, she knows it's time to get her own heart checked. But how can she give up these passionate nights in Ethan's arms? Now, as the cameras roll and her creative vision comes to life, is Rachel finally ready for her close-up--with the man of her dreams?
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I'm sorry, but this book did nothing for me. I don't mind a little fantasy when reading, so I can usually buy whatever the storyline is, but this one just annoyed me with the whole fear of being 'in the spotlight' thing; even reading the phrase 'in the spotlight' got on my nerves eventually. None of the characters were that interesting and the whole book was just blah. Even the love scenes were so-so. Ms. Brenda, you are better than this!
I already bought all four books, so I have no choice but to keep reading, but I really, really hope the series improves.
I felt like the herione's aversion to the limelight theme was over blown and the reason for her fear of it a bit lame. In the end her sudden capitulation to being in the limelight was a little to late in the story to be believable. Had it happen at the time they were outted, I would have been more satisfied with the capitulation, and the theme that she was truly in love with the hero.
As a rule I like Brenda Jackson's work, and I did like this story, but some of her others were much better done.