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Learning at the hands of a billionaire When the chance of a dream holiday lands in Thia Hammond's lap it's too much to resist. Suddenly this innocent waitress is propelled from her quiet English life into the glittering world of New York's scandalous elite and the glare of paparazzi flashbulbs. Catching the eye of internationally renowned business mogul Lucien Steele, ThiaLearning at the hands of a billionaire When the chance of a dream holiday lands in Thia Hammond's lap it's too much to resist. Suddenly this innocent waitress is propelled from her quiet English life into the glittering world of New York's scandalous elite and the glare of paparazzi flashbulbs. Catching the eye of internationally renowned business mogul Lucien Steele, Thia knows she's about to learn a thing or two about life and love in the fast lane! For once in her carefully ordered existence she will take not what is safe, but what she really wants....

Title : Rumors on the Red Carpet / The Talk of Hollywood
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ISBN : 9780373132010
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 256 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Rumors on the Red Carpet / The Talk of Hollywood Reviews

  • Amafle
    2019-04-13 01:00

    Sencilla, corta, cliché, romántica, predecible, pasional... en finnnn tal como me gusta a mí

  • Xiamera
    2019-03-28 18:05

    Typical stuff. Man that's accustomed to getting what he wants and goes after the weak-willed female. Seriously, she annoyed me. And her jackass of a friend was a really really convenient plot device. The lady protested a bit too much for my liking so this wasn't one of the more enjoyable "cheap romances" for me.

  • Tia
    2019-04-04 18:02

    Yeah the whole story wasn't just anything I could connect to. There was a lot of drama and I don't think the novel really went anywhere. It just stayed mediocre for me.

  • Linsey
    2019-04-16 01:00

    I wanted to like this book, but I couldn't get past the incessant head hopping. The point of view changed from paragraph to paragraph. It was so annoying I couldn't finish reading it. And I was so excited to find a Presents book set in the United States. The extreme use of adverbs was another killer. Every paragraph was riddled with them. Never mind the fact that this author strings together two and three of them together in a row. That combined with the head hopping became too much to bear. I'm hesitant to purchase anymore of this author's books. I don't know how this made it past an editor. These are rookie mistakes. I'm sorry, but this story was poorly written.

  • Mudpie
    2019-04-02 22:08

    I really like both Lucien and Cyn-Thia! Even the bodyguard Dex is so endearing ;) Both of them have sizzling chemistry fr the get-go yet Thia is spunky enough to pay her own way not wanting to be obligated to any man. ..especially a tycoon like Lucien. It's precisely Thia's ability to be honest and not suck up to the rich Lucien that makes him appreciate how he could open up to her. Delightful and fast-paced story...I like the twist at the end where he respected her enough to make her wait haha...

  • Ipshita Ranjana
    2019-03-28 01:50

    Rumors on the Red Carpet by Carole Mortimer was a fast paced, well written with enough steam to get your pulse racing. The entire plot is about how the hero seduces the heroine and ultimately falls in love with her in a span of four days. While love at first sight is a good concept, it should be believable which it was not and appeared more of lust at first sight to me. Read More

  • Harlequin Books
    2019-04-16 21:05

    "Mortimer's boisterous romance showcases the highlights of New York on the merry road to love. Between laughing and wanting to throw something at the headstrong couple, whose banter is maddening, readers will enjoy this fun read in which lovemaking is a sensuous dance." RT Book Reviews, rated 4 stars Miniseries: Scandal in the Spotlight

  • Sonya
    2019-04-22 00:00

    Harlequins are what they are and Carole Mortimer is still one of my favorite authors, that said-- a lot of HR and her books have the same formula and story and she has gotten a little racier then what I remembered these are still my quick, guilty pleasure reads.

  • Maryori
    2019-04-23 21:09

    Lectura ligera, la autora se enredó en su propio culebrón, personajes sin una personalidad fija, muy parecido a las sombras de Grey, chica indefensa tipo millonario, no es lo mejor ni lo peor que he leído o llegaré a leer.

  • Sandra R
    2019-04-06 02:03

    3.5 STARS

  • Tilda
    2019-04-06 22:04

    3,5 stars

  • K
    2019-04-05 01:53

    Fluffy.

  • Nicole P
    2019-04-16 19:00

    Review based on the 1st bookI totally agreed with the review Sandy Milan made almost verbatim. Loved the 1st story 5 stars for me really, hated and could not finish the 2nd.