Lacey Robbins is a YouTube sensation. She's a makeup guru so when she's offered an internship at a magazine, she jumps at the chance. Joining her that summer is other successful Youtubers and also a guest editor - a bad-boy rock star trying to launch a solo career. The magazine's job is to clean up his image. Lacey's job is to not fall for him.
That would've been easy if he really was the aloof, jerk she'd met at first. When she learns there's so much more to this boy than a party past and a family he abandoned, her walls crumble into dust and she must decide if he's worth giving up everything she's ever wanted for.
What I loved:
Just about everything. Lacey is cute and bubbly, making her instantly likable. She's not perfect either, which I appreciate. She makes mistakes, makes a fool of herself and is genuinely charming to watch.
Tyler is broody in all the right places. They're so different, yet somehow they make each other better, more well-rounded. They're surrounded by good characters. Lacey's family who come through in the end. Her co-workers. The books is such an easy and entertaining read, I stayed up late to finish in one sitting.
What I didn't like:
Tyler changes into a different person around his family and it makes him kind of stupid. There was a point where I wanted Lacey to stay far away from him.
The kind of story that is entertaining but also makes the reader feel good reading it with laughter and smiles. Well-written. Fun. The kind of book anyone would enjoy.