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When Chloe get her first wardrobe stylist job, she meets an arrogant and self-absorbed movie star, Finn Dalton. Finn is People's Sexiest Man Alive and everyone thinks he's a god, but Chloe doesn't get it. He's hot. His body looks like it had been chiseled from stone. But his attitude definitely needs an adjustment.

Finn is a famous and gorgeous playboy. He's surrounded by women, but not the kind you can bring as a date to the Governor's Ball. When he reaches out to Dolly Monroe, a billionaire matchmaker, she sets him up with the one girl who seems to be impervious to his charms.

Quickly, Chloe and Finn get locked in a game of seduction. But games of love are dangerous games to play.

©2016 Byrd Books (P)2016 Byrd books

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Interesting Story... Not good male narration!

Is there anything you would change about this book?

Could not finish going through the whole book, managed to get until chapter 4. The story was enjoyable, but the male narrator was not a good choice for this book, plus it always was like it was recorded in an empty bowl. :S

Would you be willing to try another book from Charlotte Byrd? Why or why not?

I was going over her other books, but then again the narration is not making it easy.

How could the performance have been better?

The girl was OK, but the guy was just not the right fit for the book.