Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Guest Review: Mr. Right Now by Kristina Knight - 4 Wine Glasses

18356854Title: Mr. Right Now
Author: Kristina Knight 
Format: ebook
Published: August 13th 2013 by Lyrical Press, Inc
ISBN: 1616505044 
Links: Goodreads | Amazon
Source: Publisher
Reviewer: Shannon
Rating: 4/5

The wrong guy might be just right for her. 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. A Lyrical Press Contemporary Romance

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. 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. 

Mason is in a bind, his editor wants a tell-all story about Casey and Nate, but he is not that type of reporter and is only here because he messed up on his last assignment and is about to be fired. He is intrigued by Casey and is afraid if he tells her he is a reporter she will walk away, instead they share some steamy scenes together and he keeps quiet.

Casey is trying to do something different in her career, yet her personal life is becoming public and she is not a fan of that.  The author makes you feel the frustration Casey has.  All Casey wants to do is write a book and live her own life, but others such as her agent seem to manipulate things and cause problems.

I really liked Casey.  She is funny and there are some humorous moments as she moves from one disaster to another.  I wouldn't recommend this book to anyone under the age of 18.  They move into the sex scenes pretty fast and can be graphic.

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