A Humble Heart (Hollywood Hearts #1)
After wasting too many years on the wrong man Dana is finally able to free herself and her two children only to find herself thrown into the spotlight when her books become an overnight sensation. Suddenly her normal quiet life is gone forever and she's forced to deal with paparazzi, offers from... show more
After wasting too many years on the wrong man Dana is finally able to free herself and her two children only to find herself thrown into the spotlight when her books become an overnight sensation. Suddenly her normal quiet life is gone forever and she's forced to deal with paparazzi, offers from porn companies, magazines, Hollywood and crazed fans all while trying to keep it together for her kids. She never dreamed she'd catch the eye of the most sought after bachelor in the world. Things like that just didn't happen to women like her, or did they?
Having a life? What the hell was that? Edward couldn't remember what it felt like to live his own life without someone watching his every move. Thanks to the paparazzi and the internet nothing in his life was sacred. Out of desperation to keep some semblance of a life he stops living his own. His family and work are all he has left until he's made an offer he simply can't resist. Working with the famous author forces him to open his heart and take a chance. Winning the heart of the woman he loves while the world watches is anything but easy, but he never thought it would be dangerous. His only hope is that they get through it together.....and alive.
Publish date: 2010-12-17
Publisher: Rerum Publishing House
Pages no: 381
Edition language: English
Series: Hollywood Hearts (#1)
This was cute and beautiful. It was straightforward. No nonsense, frustration, or drama. Woot! And besides, it's R.L. Mathewson's book!
3.5 Stars A Humble Heart was a refreshing read for me. It was loaded with fluff, which was exactly what I was looking for. It was nice to read a romance without all the angst for a change. I kept waiting for the turmoil between Dana and Edward, but it just wasn't there. It was a nice change of p...
This book was a sweet tale of new beginnings and how they can heal old wounds. It also, depicts how Hollywood and fans are to celebrities. The story line is great, the kids are wonderful, the family is fabulous and the new kid on the block (the female protagonist) is absolutely the sweetest person. ...