Megan Calhoun takes an internship as a costume designer in Hollywood. It’s a very different world from the one she knew in her small Texas hometown. She’s never felt like she fit in anywhere but she starts to see herself in a different light thanks to a budding friendship with hunky A-List actor Adam Noble. But, disillusioned with love, is Adam willing to risk more than just a friendship with Megan?
Megan is awkward, nervous and out of place in Hollywood but she never felt comfortable at home either. It was enjoyable to see her come into her own with the help of Adam and her other friends on set. Adam has issues with his mother’s continual search for love and doesn’t believe that it is worth the risk. He fights himself, and his better nature, through most of the book.
I enjoyed this story – I found both characters to be appealing and the plot was interesting – but I did feel like the resolution came on suddenly. I think that maybe a bit more time could have been spent on Adam dealing with his past, perhaps through a more in depth conversation with his mother. It was still a pleasure to read – a wonderful, romantic story about two people discovering themselves.
**This is a book in The Larkville Legacy series, and though other family members were mentioned in the book, this book can stand alone.**