Plotting to Win by Tara Chevrestt
What makes Victor Guzman a hunky hero?
Well, first off, he’s the closest to an alpha male I’ve ever got. I don’t do alphas. I don’t care for men who are so insecure with themselves that they must lord their
masculinity over the heroine every five seconds.
But on the outside, Victor seems to be an alpha.
“Are you two going to get all girly and friendly now? It’s a waste of time. Once this competition gets going, you two will be at each other’s throats. I don’t know why you bother. We’re not here to make friends. If you are, you should leave now, ’cause you won’t win.”
Felicity eyed him. Why were all the good-looking men such assholes? With his short dark hair, olive skin, and perfectly arched dark eyebrows, the man was fine with a capital F, but his bad attitude was oozing through his tight t-shirt.
Does that not ooze Alpha?
But, really, he’s not. As the Plotting to Win unfolds, Felicity and readers both begin to look at the man under that exterior. And he really is a hunky hero...because...
He helps others, even when he really needs to win this competition. When Felicity stumbles over a writing issue, he explains to her how to fix it, at the risk to himself.
He loves his mother. He needs to win this money to take care of her and even when faced with the toughest decision a son could face while on the set of a reality TV show, he battles with himself. He carries a load of guilt with him everywhere he goes, for things he can’t really
He has a sense of humor and makes Felicity laugh with his flirtatious remarks, playful jibes, and odd character names.
He’s a talented writer and that takes smarts. He’s def giving Felicity a run for her money...or I should say—the 100 grand at stake.
So there you have it: good looks, kindness, loves his mother, has a sense of humor, and is smart too. What more could you ask for?
Reality TV has made stars of dancers, bachelors and singers. Now authors get a turn.
In New York City, seven writers compete for a hundred thousand dollars, a publishing contract with Bright House, and the title of the next bestseller. One is Felicity James. One
is Victor Guzman.
Drama, plagiarism, and trash talk play out to enthralled audiences across the country as all seven contestants compete against each other in a range of heated challenges, with tensions reaching breaking point. As Felicity and Victor start up a show-mance, their relationship burns up the ratings.
Will this sizzling fling escalate into a vicious battle for money and fame, or will these two
authors manage to write their own happy ending?