Blurb (From Goodreads):
She thought she knew everything about romance. She was wrong.
After losing out on a plum assignment, a romance book conference is the last place journalist Sheridan Farlow wants to be. Love is a myth-like flattering changing room mirrors-and she has the past relationships to prove it. Her editor wants a story? Fine. She'll write an entire exposé...only it doesn't go quite according plan.
Bernard "Mac" Mackenzie is something of an anomaly in the romance-writing world-a man who writes romance and believes in it. And until he met Sheridan, Mac's never felt anything close to the love he writes about. He needs more of her. In his arms, and in his bed.
Their attraction is explosive; even as Sheridan's cynical side battles her growing feelings for Mac. But can she handle writing a biting exposé with an exposed heart on the line?
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
“I know. It’s crazy. But it’s happened. Love at first sight.”
This was a quick adult romance featuring a journalist and a male romance writer.
I felt quite bad for Sheridan in this story as it seemed unfair the way the assignment that she wanted was taken from her, and she was then forced to go to Vegas and do a story that she didn’t want to do.
This story was pretty short, and the romance was pretty quick because of it, which some people might not appreciate. We did get a bit of tension, and a sex scene which was pretty tame, but there was no love triangle or cheating so yay! The ending was also of the Happily Ever After variety.
6 out of 10