Come a Little Bit Closer

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Harlequin Mira, 2014 - Fiction - 376 pages
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Fame, fortune, and falling in love... 

Movie star Smith Sullivan can't afford any distractions. He's staking his entire reputation on his new film...but he can't stop thinking about Valentina Landon and the fire he sees smoldering just beneath the surface of her cool exterior. 

Valentina isn't averse to sensual pleasure, or even to the idea of finding true love, but as a Hollywood business manager she's watched too many smart women fall for actors...only to be torn apart when the fairy tale comes to its inevitable end. 

But when intense weeks together on set turn their heated attraction into red-hot flames of passion, Smith knows he has to find a way to convince Valentina to let him get a little bit closer. Close enough to completely steal her heart...the way she's stolen his from the beginning.

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User Review  - Narshkite - LibraryThing

I don't know why I read Bella Andre. Time to stop. This is painfully formulaic, the hero is godlike, the heroine is mostly dull, humorless, and skittish (the justification given for this is absurd ... Read full review

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User Review  - msralways - LibraryThing

Awesome. Incredible. Smith was someone that I've been waiting for-freaking-ever to read about and I was so not disappointed with his shot at love. Valentina is incredible and they had some very sexy hot moments together. And Sophie had her babies and the scene was beautiful. :') Read full review

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About the author (2014)

Bella Andre is an American author. She received her B.A. in Economics from Stanford University before working as a marketing director. She is the author of the acclaimed erotic novel Take Me and several Ellora's Cave erotic romance novels and short stories. Bella is also the author of the bestsellong The Sullivans and Love on Rockwell Islands Series. She also contributed to the nonfiction book called Writing Romance, which serves as a guide to the creation of and industry connections for writing romance novels. Many of her novels are on the New York Times bestseller list including All I Ever Need is You in 2015 and Now That I've Found You in 2016.

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