Picture This by Jayne Denker

21538042Title: Picture This

Author: Jayne Denker

Summary: It’s where everyone knows your business—and remembers everything you’d rather forget. But somehow the little Catskills town of Marsden draws the most unlikely people back home, turns their lives every which way, and helps them finally figure out what—and who—they want most…

As a celebrity photographer’s assistant, Celia Marshall is used to seeing all kinds of weird antics. But subbing as the model in irrepressible movie star Niall Crenshaw’s latest endorsement ad—while wearing his silk boxers, no less—is definitely not in her job description. Neither is falling for him, especially since he’s dating his latest co-star. To complicate things further, Celia is returning to Marsden to keep an eye on her eccentric grandmother—and Niall is driving her there, then staying to judge a talent contest…

Soon Celia is pulled in a dozen different directions, trying to get her grandmother to act her age, placating her frantic former boss who’s organizing the contest—and attempting to stay away from funny, sexy Niall. Celia’s always been level headed, but suddenly she’s wishing she could get reckless right along with him. Has the time come for sensible Celia to cut loose?…

My Thoughts: This book was graciously provided by NetGalley for an honest review.

A book full of cute fluffy adorableness. This is the perfect beach read. No real angst or heart breaking pasts. Just a really light read.

Celia, a photographer’s assistant, ends up on the other end of the camera when the booked model has a bad reaction and Vic, her boss, gets her to be the replacement. Her co-star for this little session is a famous actor Naill. Cue adorable flirty and sizzling chemistry.

I loved that Naill was not some heartthrob but a funny man hottie. It was a nice change from other normal girl meets famous celebrity stories I’ve read. And Celia was a sweet, couldn’t say no girl from a small town trying to make her dreams

The secondary cast of characters were quirky and endearing and I liked that the majority of the story was set in Celia’s hometown Marsden.

All around it was a cute book and really good summer read.

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