Newest Release: Caught on Camera, # 1
5 stars! "This book was a great read, one of the best I've read in a long time."— Caity, Goodreads
+4 caught-in-love stars! "Both characters seem to have found what they were not looking for, and it happens to be the best thing that would ever happen to them."— Nicole, Between Books
4 stars! A fun, well-written beach read - just make sure you can get online because there's also a playlist, which I thought was a nice touch.—Jenn, Booklikes.com
"A toe-curling romance that will have you swooning."—Jessica, Writing Pearls
4 stars. "This is a cute light romance. It has the rich-meets-poor aka upstairs-meets-downstairs motif—the Muskoka setting, a beautiful northern lake region, is a perfect backdrop for this. The characters are fun, and the romance teases and gets hot. The main character Rachel is a hoot—she grows on you and you appreciate her wit, drive and sensitivity." —S.Diana2, iBooks
"A wonderful story with a lot of humor. Loved it!"—Evil_Alice, Wattpad.com
5 stars! "I enjoyed the way movie trivia was worked into the Chapter titles, and the playlist idea is cool. Oh, and the lovably irritating Mopette will tug at your heart."— Sagacity, Goodreads.com
To achieve her dream of working on Hollywood film sets, star struck chambermaid Rachel Lehmann needs $35,000 for film school tuition by the end of the summer. When she’s asked to fill in for a missing bridesmaid at a movie star’s wedding and pretend to be the bride's cousin, it’s her big chance to secretly take photos of celebrities and sell them to the entertainment media! Then Mickey, one of the groomsmen, sweeps her off her feet.
Mickey McNichol, talent agent to the stars, believes everyone in show business is out for what they can get. When he falls for the bride’s "cousin", he thinks he’s finally met a beautiful woman he can trust. But if Rachel betrays the wedding party, Mickey will ensure she never works in Hollywood.
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