Shooting Stars

Shooting Stars

by Skye Bothma
Shooting Stars

Shooting Stars

by Skye Bothma


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Catherine Marshall is used to being invisible. Although she's intelligent and talented, she's an underachiever and lives her life in other people's shadows. She has a job she hates and dreams she's too afraid of pursuing. When she wins a writing competition and her long-term boyfriend persuades her to spend the prize money on air tickets to Hawaii, she's convinced he's about to propose at last. Instead, he betrays her and unable to change the tickets, Catherine goes to Hawaii alone to mend her broken heart.

Jake Donovan can't hide from being in the spotlight. A Hollywood superstar and one of America's most eligible bachelors, he's in Hawaii taking some time to decompress after the filming of his latest hit show wraps. Surrounded by paradise he should feel like he has it all, but he's feeling jaded and aware of a growing dissatisfaction with his world.

When a chance encounter brings their two lives together Catherine and Jake discover they have more in common than expected. Together, they escape their everyday lives and develop a fragile intimacy. But as reality closes in, it becomes clear that the fairy tale is not likely to survive in the real world and they begin to question whether their meeting was meant to inspire personal change or if it really was fated in the stars.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780473674199
Publisher: Raod Less Travelled
Publication date: 07/01/2023
Pages: 340
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.76(d)

About the Author

After twenty years working as a professional editor in online communications and book publishing, Skye Bothma now writes full time. She is terminally single and lives a quiet life in rural New Zealand with a family of furry and feathered friends – some she adopted and some who adopted her. Born in South Africa, she considers herself a global citizen by effort. As a person with several chronic conditions, she is an advocate for raising awareness and acceptance of neurodiversity, chronic illness and invisible disability issues. She enjoys travel, learning about the world, arts and crafts, gardening and attempting the occasional DIY disaster.

Shooting Stars is her first novel.

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