Review: Catch A Shooting Star by Olivia Ventura

Catch A Shooting Star by Olivia Ventura
Release Date: March 15, 2012
Publisher:  Ellora’s Cave
Pages: 228
Source:  ebook provided by the publisher

This is a suggestive romance (love scenes are not graphic).Social misfit Jessamy James pays the bills with a cleaning job so she can do what she really loves—tell stories to children. She meets NFL superstar Nathan Powell while cleaning his house. Jess has never met a man with so much trust in the world, and he’s never met anyone he couldn’t charm. Outwardly, they’re complete opposites, but Nathan is intrigued by Jess’ reclusive attitude, and she’s drawn to his open personality. The attraction between them is inevitable.When Nathan is dragged into a drug scandal, Jess is caught up in the media storm and finds her own vocation slipping through her fingers. As they struggle together to clear his name and rescue both their careers, they discover things about themselves that only strengthen the bond between them.


Review: This is a first for me to read from Olivia Ventura and have to say I liked the book. Jess is a young woman trying to making ends meet cleaning houses on the side never expecting to find love. Nathan is like a big kid wanting all her attention and love. These two are great for one another yet it takes a while for Jess to actually feel Nathan’s love towards her. It was actually funny to see Jess flabbergasted at Nathan’s family attention towards her. No matter how hard she tried this is a family that wants her no matter what it takes. Olivia Ventura did a beautiful job and can’t wait for more of her talent.




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