Olivia Evans – Hollywood & Vine Series Reading Order

CELEBRITY ROMANCE ALERT!!! I kept hearing about Brooklyn & Beale and how amazing it was, and I just realized it’s book #2 in THIS series (thanks to Cheryl!). So I’m posting the reading order. 😀 So much love for it! YAY US:

Cheryl: I highly recommend Hollywood & Vine and Brooklyn & Beale. Anders, the H in H & V is an unapologetic, unfiltered manwhore and Josie is a strong, feisty h. This was the author’s first book and the second, B & B is just as good, if not better. Once you read book #1, you’ll want to read 2, just so good!! …Great interrelated series!!

Cheryl: Brooklyn & Beale …It reminds me of Thoughtless. The H is a rockstar but he is the one who can’t decide between the h and his current girlfriend. The first book by this author, Hollywood & Vine (which I also loved) is about a movie star and costume designer. Two different stories, but interrelated characters, so should be read in order.

About book #1:

In the land of Hollywood, bright lights cover lies, truths hide in shadows, and the lives of the rich and famous are illusions created by smoke and mirrors.

When costume designer Josie Bane first lays eyes on Anders Ellis, she hates him instantly. Conceited and arrogant, he’s the epitome of a Hollywood playboy. So it’s much to Josie’s dismay when he becomes the star of her sexual fantasies.

Never expecting to see him again, she gives in to her desires for a night she’ll never forget. However, Josie soon learns that life is full of surprises. When their paths cross again, sparks fly. With three little words, Anders changes everything.

He’s after one thing. She refuses to give it to him… again.

When Josie realizes she’s falling for a man that will never let her in but refuses to let her go, she must decide if the risk is worth the reward.

With a relationship shrouded in secrets and outside forces poised to tear them apart, did they ever stand a chance? Before the smoke clears and the curtain falls, Josie and Anders must distinguish between what’s fact and what’s fiction in a place where the truth is never black and white.


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