Scot Free in Hollywood (Kyle in Hollywood, #2)

Scot Free in Hollywood (Kyle in Hollywood, #2)

by Robertson Tait

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Overview

Three years after a shrewd director's eye plucked him from obscurity, Kyle's movie career has taken him from rebellious unknown to reluctant movie sensation. Along the way he has acquired a well-documented reputation as an irresistible ladies' man. But his unblemished womanizer record is in danger when he is cast to co-star with rising European actress Barbara Bertucci. Their titanic clashes are the talk of the town until they unexpectedly go off together on a romantic holiday in Moorea. Is their romance real, or just the usual promotional photo op?

About the "Kyle in Hollywood" series

He's tall, he's handsome and he doesn't fit any mould. Kyle Harrison is a young Scottish actor blundering his way to the top of the Hollywood tree. With his trademark slouch and deadly mixture of boyish charm and athletic good looks, Kyle is irresistible to the ladies but frequently misunderstood.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940155702337
Publisher: Robertson Tait
Publication date: 02/10/2017
Series: Kyle in Hollywood , #2
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 684 KB

About the Author

Born in the Scottish Highlands, Robertson Tait writes romantic comedy and optimistic contemporary stories featuring imperfect but sensitive heroes and gorgeous, confident heroines, lovingly described locations, and some dry Scottish humour.

The “Kyle in Hollywood” series draws upon his experiences as a British Actors' Equity member, his extensive travels, and twenty years of competitive horse riding. Also a singer songwriter, Robertson lives in the country with his wife and two demanding cats.

Check out his website RobertsonTait.weebly.com to subscribe to his newsletter and for info on new releases and free content, short stories and some of his own songs that are often worked into the narrative.

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