From award-winning author Rebekah Weatherspoon comes a thoroughly modern take on the timeless tale of a struggling Cinderella who finds her prince charming at the eleventh hour—and the adventure that ensues the morning after . . .
Working as the personal assistant to one of Hollywood’s cruelest divas has left Amanda Queen more determined than ever to sell her screenplay and gain her independence. In the meantime, she’ll settle for a temporary escape. When her employer is felled by the flu on Hollywood’s biggest night of the year, Amanda gets her glam on, struts out the door, and parties with the glitterati. But she never expects to come face to face—and closer than close—with one of the hottest stars in the game . . .

Following up his first Oscar win with a steamy after-hours romp with an enigmatic woman seems like the perfect way for actor Sam Pleasant to celebrate—until she suddenly disappears. Worse, she’s vanished with the wrong swag bag: the one containing his Oscar statue, leaving Sam even more intrigued about the beauty’s identity—and wondering if a repeat performance of their amazing night is in the stars. And when a second chance encounter happens, only a trip to Sam’s family ranch—and revealing the whole, not-always-glamorous, truth about themselves—will give them a chance to turn one magical night into forever . . .




Goodreads Review

Read this over the weekend and liked it a lot. The third and final book in Weatherspoon’s excellent Beards & Bondage series, Harbor has a pretty intense romantic suspense setup and deals with a lot of heavy subject matter in terms of mental health. Despite all that, author Rebekah Weatherspoon still manages to bring the laughs and levity in a very humane way that really makes the whole thing work.


Bookbub Review

This is the final book in the Beards & Bondage series. While all three books offer emotional reads, "Harbor" gives us the most complex main characters in my opinion. A deeply felt love story that grows out of the ashes of a tragedy that devastates two relationships, Harbor fulfills its promises in spades. I love the relationship between Brooklyn, Vaughan, and Shaw, as well as Weatherspoon's ability to celebrate found family without mushy platitudes. Weatherspoon is also a writerof some of the most deliciously erotic scenes I've read. Be prepared for tears, laughter, and lots of passion. Harbor is a definite re-read.

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