Friday, November 15, 2013

Mr. Right Now Review


When her celebrity boyfriend of three years dumps her and claims he’s now gay, unlucky-in-love author Casey Cash decides to get out of New York. A cruise seems like the perfect escape: everyone onboard will be locked away from television, newspapers and internet gossip pages, allowing her some much needed relaxation. There’s only one problem: her oh-so-helpful agent has hired a male escort for her…and a big NYC paper has sent a pesky reporter on-board, vowing to get the dirt.
Mason Drury doesn’t want to write an expose on Casey, but he’s in a bind. After a source flipped on him, he’s persona non grata at his newspaper. Celebrity trash or not, this story will put him back on top. Too bad he finds himself breaking the first rule of reporting by getting attached to his subject and letting bias influence his story.
Casey’s much more interested in sexy Mason than the annoying escort who’s bunking in her room. Mason might even have romantic potential if she can shake her well-meaning—but nosey—fans. Oh, and that reporter. She’s got to avoid him at all costs…
CONTENT WARNING: A smattering of sass, sex and a heaping happily ever after.

I rated Mr. Right Now with FOUR LEAVES! This was a fun and flirty read. Casey Cash has just been dumped by her long term boyfriend and she wants to get away on vacation. Casey has decided to go on a cruise and little to her knowledge, her assistant hires her an escort to be her date. Without giving away spoilers, he doesn't turn out to be all he's cracked up to be. The one that Casey really wants is Mason Drury. The only problem is that Mason is on this cruise to get the gossip story about Casey. This story will make or break his career. 
First off, I liked that this book was set during a cruise. Who doesn't love a cruise, right? This book has a funny side and had me laughing throughout. There are also some definitely steamy scenes and no one wants to miss those. There were a few things throughout the story that didn't make sense to me and didn't feel like they needed to be added, the escort being one of them. Besides that, I enjoyed this book. The dialogue between the characters was very witty and kept me chuckling. This is a great book to sit down and read in a day for some light heart romance.

Once upon a time, Kristina Knight spent her days running from car crash to fire to meetings with local police--no, she wasn't a troublemaker, she was a journalist. Her career took her all over the United States, writing about everything from a serial killer's capture to the National Finals Rodeo. Along the way she found her very own Knight in Shining Cowboy Boots and an abiding love for romance novels. Kristina writes contemporary romance with a smattering of sass, sex and (of course) drama, and she loves hearing from readers. And just like the characters from her favorite books, she's living her own happily ever after.

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