When film critic Silver Carlysle writes a scathing review of Rafe McGinnis' new movie, she knows she has made an enemy. Rafe takes steps to undermine her career and the two clash. Now Rafe has found out that Silver owns the rights to a book he wants to make into a movie. He has to convince Silver that he would be the best producer for this movie.
Ugh. Neither of these characters were very likeable. I had no idea why these characters didn't like each other. We are never really told why Silver detests any movies that Rafe has made. We do know that Rafe will do anything to win, at any cost. Some of the things he does are very mean and not what I'd call romantic at all. My rating: 1.5 Stars.
i don't like ths american romances as good as the others. this one was ok though.
An early Anne Stuart series bk published in 1992. It is an intense, sensual romance.
His reputation prededed him....
Too late, film critic Silver Carlysle discovered what kind of enemy she'd made when her scathing reviews lanuched an aa-out war with movie mogul Rafe McGinnis.
Rafe was reputed to be cold-blooded, cynical and predatory. And when he took ruthless steps to undermine her career, Silver swore she'd never surrender.
But no one had warned her that Rafe's smoldering sensuality would set her blood on fire. Or that each new skirmish would only fuel their mutual desire.
Silver knew she was in danger, but she couldn't surrender. Rafe had laid out his terms: nothing less than a night in her arms would satisfy him.