Thursday, March 15

Review: Going with Gravity by Cate Masters

going with gravity

Title: Going with Gravity

By: Cate Masters

Genre: Adult Romance

My Copy: Ebook provided by the Author

BookWhisperer Rating:

four stars

About the book:

Publicist Allison Morris plans her own life – what’s left of it – around the life of her boss Michelle McCarter, the ex-wife of a famous rock star. When Michelle needs emergency public relations patchwork in Hawaii pronto, Allison arranges a flight to the dream destination. At the airport, she meets Wes Hamilton, a six-foot-three sun-bleached blond whose blue eyes and dazzling smile rekindle her fizzled-out sizzle. A world-renowned surfer, Wes captivates her with his charm and wit, though his easy fame and on-the-edge lifestyle are the polar opposite of her own.
When their jet loses its fuselage in mid-air, she takes advantage of what she thinks are her last minutes alive with Wes. The plane lands safely. Wes takes care of her when her carefully constructed life begins to unravel. When Michelle accuses Allison of using Wes to gain fame for herself, Allison’s world falls apart in an explosive confrontation. Wes is waiting with open arms when she has nowhere else to go, but can Allison learn to stop planning and go with gravity?

review plateFast and passionate! Going with Gravity is a very short story full of passion. Allison is a publicist for a monstrous celebrity. Spending all of her time cleaning up various messes that her client creates has become quite a demanding job. The current disaster requiring her attention has her on a plane destined for Hawaii. Allison wishes that just once she would find the time to stop and look around; instead of creating and building lies to cover whatever careless and reckless situation her client has created. When she finds herself seated next to the famous Wes Hamilton little did she know that her life was about to change. This incredibly fast read promises a promiscuous encounter in the plane bathroom, as well as, a building intensity will carry readers through the final pages. Cate Masters builds character that enticing readers support throughout. My sole complaint is the desire for more; which only adds to my expression that this was a great read. 


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