“I loved this story. … If you are a junkie like me and can’t get enough of “the bad boy falls for the good girl” smokin’ hot romance you will love Hard Glamour.” —Smut Book Junkie Book Reviews
“I love Maggie’s writing – it is plot driven, concise, keeps you guessing and she weaves a good, lusty romance. I will be waiting impatiently for her next book to come out!!!!” —Books Books Books Blog
“I was in the mood for a book with a bad boys, smart mouths and steamy sex scenes and this book delivered!” —Fabulously Girly Blog
Out of this world! Hard Glamour was full of twists and turns, ups and downs, and emotional breaking points! This book has so many great side stories that kept my turning the pages! Congratulations Maggie Marr!! 5 out of 5 stars!! —Hot Romance Novel Blog
A promise to keep…
Honoring her mother’s last wish, Lane Channing vows to follow her dreams. She takes the ‘big risk’ and leaves her small Kansas town behind and heads to LA, the city of dreams. She’s got a stellar job lined up, an old jeep, and 20 bucks to last her to her first paycheck. Her hopes shatter when she arrives to find her job’s been given to someone else. Now she’s broke and if she doesn’t do something fast will soon be living on the streets. Welcome to cutthroat — Lane is most certainly not in Kansas anymore.
On the cusp of success…
Dillon MacAvoy has one goal — to become a star — whatever it takes. Even if it means honing his bad-boy can’t-be-tamed-and-forever-single image. Besides the image isn’t far from the truth. Dillon cares only about his younger brother and his career. He’s on the brink of superstardom if he can just decide on the next right script. But for that, he needs a script reader he can trust.
In a strange twist of fate…
Lane Channing is Dillon’s last chance. If Lane lasts the summer without becoming MacAvoy’s latest conquest, she’s guaranteed a job in entertainment. No problem, as long as she can ignore the heat that pulses through her every time Dillon is in the room. After all, love and commitment with a sweet, hometown girl would only ruin the Dillon MacAvoy brand.