Book Review Just a Fling by Charity Farrell

Jun 302020

Just a Fling (Blue Beech #1) by Charity Ferrell

She’s Hollywood’s princess.
He’s her new bodyguard.
He didn’t plan for her to offer no-strings attached sex with his employment.
Business has officially mixed with pleasure.

After going through a messy public breakup, I’ve sworn off dating.
That pact changes when my new bodyguard walks through the front door.
Hudson is nothing like the men in the industry.
He’s callous, cold, and doesn’t want to spend a second longer with me than he has to.
All that changes when I start to defrost his iciness and find the real man hidden inside.

I want nothing to do with the Hollywood life.
Having my face plastered on magazine covers does not sound like a good time.
This job is temporary and was taken as a favor to my brother taking care of his sick wife.
My problem? I get to know the real Stella, not the woman seen on TV.
I try to fight my attraction and keep our relationship professional until she lays an offer on the table: sex while I’m here and then we go our separate ways.
How can I say no to that?

(Just Her Bodyguard was previously titled as Make Me Yours.)

Title: Just a Fling (Blue Beech #1)
Author: Charity Farrell
Publication Date: December 2019
Shelves: Contemporary; Romance;
Format: Kindle (268 pages)
Rating: 7/10

Hollywood Princes, Stella needs a bodyguard. Apparently, she is nice, but the tabloids are not portraying her as a nice person. She needs to keep an appearance and that is why, when Hudson gets “forced” by his brother to step in his role and be her new bodyguard, he finds it hard to agree.

He knows what she is from the news. He thinks bad of her and he is in for a surprise.

Stella has a bit of a situation and unfortunately, I think Hudson did a poor job at dealing with it.

What I found lacking is the chemistry between them. I did not like that Stella did most of the work in pursuing him. This is something I wanted more to come from him. Even if he was hurt before, and his fiancée was cheating with his best friend, that was supposed to make their connection more deep, meaningful.


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