Review: Stuck on You by Cheryl Harper


About the book:

Take a chance on love in the limelight with Cheryl Harper’s fun and flirty new series set in the wacky Elvis-themed Rock’n’Rolla Hotel.

Big shot producer KT Masters never apologizes. Especially not to showgirl waitresses. But when he tears Laura Charles’s feathered costume and she gives him a piece of her mind, it sets him aflame. In fact, between Laura’s feisty temper and how damn good she looks in that little number, KT wouldn’t mind seeing a lot more of that costume . . . balled up next to his bed, that is.

Despite KT’s arrogant attitude, Laura can’t help but be drawn to him. And when he offers her the fling of a lifetime—a week spent in his gorgeous celebrity arms—she’s willing to play along . . . just so long as her heart stays out of it.

But as things heat up between them, going back to the way things were isn’t so easy. Could their passion be the real thing . . . or just a vacation from reality?

STUCK ON YOU is a sweet and sexy contemporary romance. Laura hasn’t let a man turn her head since she was a teenager and wound up pregnant. Now the mother of a fourteen year old girl she just wants to be a good mother and make it through the teenage years. When she meets KT the attraction is instant, but his attitude is less than attractive. I love that although KT is a famous actor, Laura isn’t afraid to call him out for his behavior. It makes her even more attractive to KT. Their relationship is hot and heavy, but meant to be short-lived. However, KT and Laura both can’t forget the other and wonder if there is a way to make their relationship work even though he lives in LA and she lives in Memphis. I love the character growth, especially KT. He believes that he isn’t meant to be in a stable relationship or a parent. Laura helps him see that he is something more than he believes he can be. There is a colorful cast of secondary characters and the wonderful background of the Rock’n’Rolla Hotel.

the book girl gives STUCK ON YOU a 4/5

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