After a sex-tape scandal, Justine Montgomery has become infamous. Determined to prove herself, she takes a job at her father’s entertainment company, partnered up with the attractive and mysterious Sawyer. Fighting against her unsupportive father, stalker ex-boyfriend and scandalous past, Justine and Sawyer must battle the odds to make their relationship work – business and personal.
Following the structure of classic women’s contemporary romance, Infamous is well-written and entertaining. The characters are all likeable in their own ways (expect the ones you’re obviously supposed to hate) and the story, despite being completely predictable, is full of ups and downs that make it worth reading. Justine and Sawyer were both incredibly frustrating the way they could never figure out each other’s feelings even though it was totally obvious. Still, I enjoyed the way they interacted with each other and the chemistry between them.
The plot is well paced and full of humour, drama, and sexual tension. It’s a bit more than just a flighty love story, and a good addition to the genre.
I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.