Book 3, Summerhill
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"Perry is a storyteller, weaving magic wherever she goes, much to the delight of her millions of fans." – The Literary Shed
Imogen Summerhill, box office darling, has never wanted to be in the spotlight less.
When racy photos—and video!—are leaked by her sleazy ex, her studio couldn't be happier. All press is good press, and this will only enhance the intrigue about her upcoming blockbuster. But how is Gigi supposed to be taken seriously as an actress with all this inappropriate buzz? She’s Cate Blanchett, not Kim Kardashian.
Meeting Merrick Graham, the Bad Boy of Politics, is the last thing she needs. Neither wants to be tainted by more scandal: Merrick needs the support of the conservatives, and Gigi wants to untarnish her image.
Only they can't resist each other, and separately they're good but in the bedroom they're even better. They can’t be seen together in public, but in private all’s fair game, and there’s plenty of room to misbehave...
The Summerhill series, a modern Downton Abbey:
Book 1: SAY YOU WILL
Book 2: LOST IN LOVE
Book 3: LET'S MISBEHAVE
Book 4: STAY THE NIGHT
Book 5: ONCE UPON A DREAM
Book 6: HOW SWEET IT IS
Book 7: GIVE A LITTLE
Kate writes about hope, and dreams, and the bonds of friendship and family. Her acclaimed novels have been #1 bestsellers around the world, and her books have been translated into several languages. All her stories feature sassy, independent women who just want love and earthy men full of heart who are more than able to rise to the occasion.
The first and second book cost money, but the third is free. Why?
Kinda slow, I don’t like how there is more than one storyline going on at once, and too many characters which makes it hard to care about them. Read halfway before quitting
As a reader, this book is very hard to follow, myself, I only got to page 38 and found it confusing that people were going by multiple names and that the story kept switching every chapter. Perhaps if it was written differently I would be more willing to finish the book but from early on it is way to confusing to be able to follow.