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Up Close and Personal – Kathryn Freeman | Book Recommendation #BlogTour

Up Close and Personal – Kathryn Freeman

Genre: Romantic Comedy

Published: June 2020, One More Chapter

About the Book

British actor Zac Edwards is the latest heartthrob to hit the red carpets. Hot, talented and rich, he sends women wild…all except one.

Close protection officer Kat Parker hasn’t got time to play celebrity games.  She has one job: to protect Zac from the stalker that seems to be dogging his every move.

Zac might get her hot under her very starched collar, but Kat’s a professional – and sleeping with Zac is no way part of her remit…

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Swathi’s Thoughts

I am a huge fan of Kathryn Freeman’s romcoms. I love the way she plots her characters to play hard-to-get giving them the most sizzling chemistry yet their careers separating them like the Sun and Moon.

So when Zac and Kat meet, the attraction between them is instant and hawt to avoid! Yet, it has to be done because Kat is Zac’s bodyguard and it’s her duty to shield him from all the crazy attention he gets from his stalkers. But can she blame them? Zac is super-hot and he sure doesn’t make Kat’s job easier for her with his flirty pickup lines and the tight shirts he wears revealing every bicep and bulging muscle in his body as a free show for Kat to enjoy. Or suffer!

This is such a swanky combination of cute and sexy romcom from Kathryn Freeman. Very refreshing to see a female bodyguard shielding a male actor. Goodness me, I can’t help swooning over their chemistry and MANY other certain such scenes (wink wink).

Go ahead and grab yourself a copy to enjoy binge reading over a lazy afternoon. Helps to escape your reality. Many thanks to Rachel for having me on the Blog Tour and the publisher for providing an eArc. All opinions are solely mine.

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Meet the Author

A former pharmacist, I’m now a medical writer who also writes romance. Some days a racing heart is a medical condition, others it’s the reaction to a hunky hero.

I’ve two sons and a husband who asks every Valentine’s Day whether he has to buy a card (yes, he does), so any romance is all in my head. Then again, his unstinting support of my career change proves love isn’t always about hearts and flowers – and heroes come in many disguises.

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