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The Trouble With Being a Movie Star's Wife by Z.N. Willett - Cover Reveal + Giveaway

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Title: The Trouble with being a Movie Star's Wife

 Author: Z.N. Willett

Cover Designer: Jada D'Lee Designs

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Cover Reveal: December 4, 2015

Release Date: February 1, 2016

Hosted by: S.B.B. Promotions
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How do you share the love of your life with the world?
Alexandria Moore’s fantasy became her reality when she married movie star Andrew Hughes.  As she and Andrew fight their way through the minefield of a celebrity marriage.
Will they finally reach their happily ever after or will the pressures of Hollywood tear them apart.


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He led us to the open window, and I looked out into the distance. The frosted chill of the glass stung my bare nipples as he pressed me against the floor to ceiling windowpane. "Andrew..." I breathed out.
"How do you turn the passion on and off just like that?" I asked.
"It's called acting," my husband said, matter-of-factly.
"Just how much of that is really acting?" I paused, then turned around and snarled at him. "So, you're telling me that when you're kissing another woman or fake screwing her, your body feels nothing?"

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Z.N. Willett is the girl who has seen more than she has ever wanted; yet decided to add to that world by writing Hollywood romances. A northern girl, but a southerner at heart, loving anything and everything about love and romance. So much that once upon a time she had a career as a wedding and events coordinator. When Z.N. decided to do something she was passionate about, she added her love for travel to the mix. An avid shoeaholic, deep down she's a sappy romantic who happens to believe that love can truly conquer all.

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