Angela Evans has the job a million
women would kill for. As housekeeper to the world’s sexiest
movie star, Rory Keith, Angie gets to spend day and night
with the gorgeous Scotsman. But even as she lusts for the
famous actor, Angie could never imagine a relationship with
him. She has children older than him and, despite his
flirting, Angie doesn’t take Rory seriously. What she
doesn’t know is that Rory has fallen hard and fast for her.
Will the sexy actor manage to snare his wary employee?
Being swept off your feet by a
delicious actor is a tempting fantasy, so I was drawn to the
premise of Windstar. I found Angie to be a
likeable character, but unfortunately cannot say the same
for Rory. The twenty-year age gap between the hero and
heroine isn’t something that bothered me in the slightest.
However, the hero’s childish behavior and antics reminded me
of a kindergartner, not an adult. What was likely intended
to be funny ended up irritating me. As this book features a
movie star hero, there are references to famous actors, but
unfortunately I found the numerous alterations of names to
be extremely distracting. Sadly, I cannot say I would have
enjoyed this book, even if I were to dismiss the
aforementioned problems. Near the end of the book, the hero
inexplicably did something so unforgivable (to me) that I
was left extremely upset and disappointed. In the end,
Windstar was just not the book for me.