Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Far From Hollywood by Daisy Harris



Title: Far From Hollywood
Series: Out for You
Author:  Daisy Harris
Publisher: All Romance Ebooks
Genre: MM, Contemporary
Pages: 206
Reviewer: Redz





Publisher’s Blurb
Far From Hollywood (Out For You) by Daisy Harris - Romance>Contemporary
Pretending to be someone else is easy. The hard part is keeping it real.

Sheriff Jack Francis finds the last thing he would expect in the small town of Pookataw Valley, Idaho—a gorgeous yet troubled movie star on a bender. Though Jack is intrigued, he can’t afford to draw attention to his sexuality and risk a scandal.

Former teen idol Blake Tyler thinks hiding in Pookataw Valley is perfect—it’s isolated, beautiful, and comes with a sexy sheriff eager to share Blake’s bed. When Hollywood arrives in Pookataw Valley as part of Blake’s PR efforts, Blake embraces the chance for a comeback, but Jack struggles to know what is real and what is faked for the camera.

If Jack wants to date America’s Sweetheart, he’ll have to make his private life public. Is he ready to share the spotlight?






Review
Far From Hollywood by author Daisy Harris is part of the Out for You series by All Romance Ebooks  and is a standalone story.  I really loved this down to Earth story.  The small town this all takes place in reminds me a lot of the town I live in and that made me smile.
Blake is a big teen movie star. He is having a literal fall from grace moment when we meet him. Of course it is everywhere and told over and over again. So Blake has to lay low.  He found Pootataw Valley and nice little house. He doesn’t know how to be just a normal person. His attempts at it were actually pretty funny. But I loved his insecure shy moments.
Sheriff Jack Francis is the sweetest man. I love how he takes care of his sister and niece.  He really is a good person. He even teaches Blake just to be himself, he accepts things about Blake that even Blake has a hard time with. I love how sweet this character is.
Over all this is a very good read. I loved all the side characters too. Makes me wish it was a series I would love to see how it all works out years down the road.  A sweet read that has really great characters I fell in love with. 

                               Five Shooting Stars 


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