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Release Blitz::STAR STRUCK by Laurelin Paige

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Star Struck, a sexy, standalone fromNew York Times Bestseller Laurelin Paige is live!

She uses her fame as a wall around her heart, and only he can tear it down. Seth Rafferty knows Heather Wainwright’s type. Demanding. Check. Self-important. Check. Leggy and blonde. Yeah, he knows the drill. He’s been a Hollywood production designer far too long to have patience for A-listers with a superior attitude. Beautiful women with a chip on their shoulder are a dime a dozen. Which is why his obsession with Heather makes no sense. Nothing about her is attractive. Except the vulnerability under the sass. The honesty under the attitude. So when wrap-party flirting gets carried away, Seth doesn’t stop it from turning into a sizzling night of passion. Too late, he realizes, one night isn’t going to get her out of his system. On to plan B: uncover the real woman under the diva. Soon Heather will find out that Seth isn’t just a simple carpenter she can use and lose without consequences. He’ll play t…

BOOK REVIEW::Encounters Of A Fat Bride By Samah

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BLURB Madhurima Pandey is twenty-five, single, and gradually coming to terms with the annoying 'you're next' nudges from family and friends. But soon they realize that chances of finding a groom for her are slim-mainly because she's not. At 93 kilos, she knows she isn't the ideal weight for marriage, even if her family believes she's the ideal age.

Despite her reservations, the hunt begins, and so does a spree of rejections until Harsh comes along. Madhu cannot believe that a boy with no obvious flaws has agreed to marry her. Low self-esteem makes her suspect he's either impotent or a homosexual, but she doesn't turn down the proposal immediately.

A negligible period of courtship and a hurried engagement follow. But does Madhurima really find her happily-ever-after? Or are there more surprises in store?

Jovial, witty and unapologetically honest, Madhurima Pandey's story of struggle and survival in the run-up to her D-Day gives you a refreshingly new tak…