BLOG TOUR AND REVIEW – Inspired by You by Steph Nuss
Title: Inspired By You
Series: Love in the City Series
Author: Steph Nuss
Release: May 10, 2018
Genre: Contemporary Romance 18+
Fame made him selfish.
Hollywood heartthrob, Maxton Waters, has just been named the World’s Sexiest Man Alive. Women fantasize about him. Men want to be him. The paparazzi continuously follow him. His ego is definitely larger than his heart.
Poverty made her grateful.
Whitley Gonzalez has made a life for herself after growing up in and out of homeless shelters. Now a hardworking nurse, she spends her spare time raising her son alone and giving back to the community that helped raise her.
But when Max is sentenced to hours of community services and placed under the single mom’s thumb, working together proves harder than they ever expected, inspiring an unlikely love in the city.
*Can be read as a standalone*
Praise for Steph Nuss
“Steph Nuss has woven a lighthearted story that brought me to my knees on numerous occasions with its addictive writing and swoonworthy characters.” – Candy at Prisoners of Print
“Max and Whitley’s chemistry was immediate and palpable, making it impossible not to fall for them both.” – Stephanie Rose, author of Rewrite and the Second Chances series
Kassa’s 4 Star Review:
Reviewed on behalf of 3 Degrees of Fiction Blog
This book can be read as a standalone, even though other couples had their stories told in earlier published books in this series. You might want to take a look at their books, but this one will work completely without them, so just start reading.
It was an easy read with a clear plot without any side plots. The idea is well-known: Famous actor meets “shy” girl and they fall in love, but this author managed to give the whole scenario a new twists which made the story interesting for me and I enjoyed reading the book. The writing style was easy to read and supported the plot and the characters.
The book had a dual POV and it was easy to see which character was “talking” since their voices were so different. Both characters went through a big development and came out the better person in the end. Both fought their fears and the obstacles thrown in their way in a way that made me like them even more. I found both of them rather believable and “real”, so I could understand their actions and fears, which made another positive point on my list.
All in all it was a quick and easy read I enjoyed and will recommend further if someone needs something light without a lot of angst.
Steph Nuss was born and raised in rural Kansas, where she currently resides with her black Labrador son named Gunner. She grew up with a passion for reading and writing. When she’s not immersed into the land of fiction, she enjoys listening to music that came before her time, watching movies and reruns of her favorite shows, and hanging out with her family and friends. She also has a bachelor’s degree in psychology that she’ll never use…unless she’s profiling her characters of course.
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