Readers of Emma Chase are sure to fall for bestselling author Cassie Mae’s All About Love series! In No Interest in Love, Hollywood’s hottest young actor hits the road to chase his big break—and discovers a leading lady where he least expected.
When Jace Carver snags a minor part in his buddy’s zombie flick, he suddenly starts getting noticed all over the place. Even Hollywood megastar Carletta Ocean—known for her extensive “research” with her male co-stars—wants Jace for her new rom-com. The role could be a game-changer . . . if Jace nails the audition.
As Jace’s agent, Shaylene Kwak is all business, and isn’t about to let her favorite client blow this opportunity. Since their college years, Shay has been immune to Jace’s charm and rock-hard body. But long hours in close company have a way of wearing down even the best defenses, and when their platonic teasing turns into serious flirting, Jace and Shay are no longer able to resist what’s been right in front of them the entire time.
Shay knows Jace’s love-’em-and-leave-’em history with women. She’s not about to be just another notch in his belt. And it’s true, Jace has never wanted more than a one-night stand—until now. But at the end of the line, he’s got a choice: sleep with Carletta and seal the deal, or risk his career for a shot at true love with Shay.
This book is totally a case of "it'll hit you when you're least expecting it" lol. LOVED it. Cassie Mae comes at us with her humour once again. The more I read of this series, the more I embrace my nerdy side and I have these books to thank. They make you feel a lot more human and a lot better about real life than your typical knight-on-a-white-horse-romance. My favourite so far in this series, I loved the the point of view it's told. Jace's mind is hilarious to be in and the way he narrates his life is great. For all you How I Met Your Mother fans, very Barney-Stinson. In my mind, Shay is played by Lane Kim's character (Gilmore Girls). The way Cassie developed Jace and Shay's characters just made everything that much better. Their adventurous roadtrip is something out of a movie--shit like that just can't happen in real life lol. Anyway, great novel, funny and awkward--just perfect. I can't wait to see what the rest of this series brings!
Oh, and can I say that the X-Men references in this book totally give it that much more street cred around my parts? ;)