A CUPCAKE LOVIN’ GIRL FINDS HERSELF A VAMPIRE

RED VELVET VAMPIRE 

DARLENE KUNCYTES

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Lacy Cooper doesn’t think of herself as anything special.
She’s smart, funny with good friends and a curvy body… just not the sort of body you’d expect to see strolling along Sunset Boulevard, but she is who she is, and she’s not the type to pretend to be model or movie star quality. 
She works with movie stars. 
Well, she works for a man who works with movie stars. 
Mostly the movie stars just walk right by her. 
That was until Jack Dupree. 
He’s the hottest man in Hollywood…
And he stopped to talk to her!
What’s a cupcake loving girl to do when faced with a pretty boy actor from Hollywood?
Run for the red velvet is what!
Lacy’s never been star-struck before, but when this movie hero insists on taking her to dinner, she can’t help but stumble over her words and insecurities even as she hears herself saying yes. 
Can she let go of her past long enough to reach for her future? 
Will she be left nursing missed opportunities over a couple dozen cupcakes?
Or, will the secret that Jack hides end her sweet tooth forever?

Line review

Crystal Clifton

June 1, 2018

Format: Kindle EditionVerified Purchase

AMAZON

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