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I was the best agent in the industry. More ruthless and cutthroat than any arrogant bastard you'd ever met.
The top actors in Hollywood came to me to get signed.
When I saw James Ryne, America's Sweetheart, standing across the bar, I wanted her body like I'd never wanted anything before.
I broke rule number one.
But, after all, I was a man. No one had ever mistaken me for a saint.
Rule Number 1: Do Not Fall in Love Again
I didn't know his name. I didn't who he was. All I knew was that he was deliciously handsome and he had to be someone to get into the most elite bar in LA.
He was too old for me, too experienced — the kind of man everyone warned me about. It was only supposed to be a one-night stand. I could have walked away. I should have walked away.
And then I was forced to walk away when my scandal hit the tabloids.
I broke rule number one and now I had to make the biggest decision of my life.
Risk my heart or get signed.
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By Misty on 04-03-18
Better than E!
Watching E! Entertainment isn’t even as exciting as reading this book. James is on her professional way to the top but has recently had a scandal that no actress wants to have happen to them, unless they are a Kardashian. The only one that can help is someone that knows James in the biblical sense and he’s not so sure this professional mix is a good idea. Which is why this makes for an oh-so bumpy and sexy ride.
If there is one thing that is a common denominator between most of (because Memoirs) Marni Mann’s books, it is sex. Not just sex, but like hot and dirty and most definitely not your cookie cutter sessions. They are something to write home about. Something unique to Marni that you won’t forget and you haven’t read before. Yummy, even. Yep. Just... really good stuff.
Take away that and Marni’s books all differ vastly but are all so very, very good and Signed isn’t any different. It kept me flipping pages and kept my emotions high for the characters. I love a story that grips me and doesn’t let me go and Signed did that for me. I felt sumptuous as we lived the high life of an actress, as close as I will ever get but Marni did a brilliant job at painting a vivid picture of the high life. I felt angry and I wanted retribution most of the time because I cared so deeply for James and her personal battles. I laughed at the relationship between James and her best friend, Eve. We all have that spit fire friend that runs their mouth, if you don’t than you just might be that friend. Oh, and the sex scenes... did we already talk about those? They are pretty great. *sigh*
While definitely on the lighter side of Marni’s career, I’m not mad about it. I loved, loved, loved it. When I read the ending paragraphs I had a stupid smile on my face with my kindle clutched to my chest. That is the perfect ending to a book.
Abby Craden and CA Sorensen were great narrators! I thoroughly enjoyed their performances and what they contributed to these characters.
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By jill j on 06-18-18
I enjoyed this book but I feel the Male narrator did the story a disservice. I would have given a higher rating if the narrator was a bit more age appropriate. he sounded old and it just didn-t do it for me. so I did knock down a point for performance because narrators make or break a story so important to pick someone who fits the character.
story was engaging. characters likeable. abby owned the female parts so I was able to enjoy those parts. marni mann is a great author and have read or listened to most of her books. glad to see the 2nd in series has better narrators!