Lily is waiting for the second time for her charity date to arrive and God forbid he stands her up again. So when the Blind date does not appear she takes matters into her own hands and chases down the elusive or reluctant man.
Rhys is in a slump, finding your wife with your best friend will do that to you but when your mother interferes and bids on a blind date for you, you know you have hit rock bottom. He has already deducted out once and when his doorbell rings expecting his mother, he is surprised to see the most beautiful women standing there but as he looks into her eyes he sees the anger of a scorned woman.
Lily is taken aback by Rhys, he is not what she imagined, this to her was a fulfilment of part of her being a famous but when she agrees to go on a date with him, things become different, and fells start creeping in. Can Rhys really be the one for her? Or will the fake world she lives in ruin the best thing that has happened to her in years.
Although this book is part of a series each story can be read as a stand alone book. I loved the way these two characters are drawn to each other; each have had their heartbreaks and although they are from different walks of life they just see each other as equals. As the story drives through you see a side of celebrity which is destructive and not healthy, with Lily wanting to keep their relationship secret not to hide Rhys but to have some control on something just for her was emotional and endearing.
Rhys’s character was a great compliment and I think I have yet another book boyfriend to add to the list, the way the writing weaved through both insecurities was refreshing and great to read.
I can’t wait to read more books by this author in the future.