A Real Live Hero

A Real Live Hero Go big or go home TV producer Delainey Clarke thought she was done with Homer Alaska Until a last ditch attempt to save her career lands her in town filming a reality show pilot about expert search

  • Title: A Real Live Hero
  • Author: Kimberly Van Meter
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 265
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Go big, or go home TV producer Delainey Clarke thought she was done with Homer, Alaska Until a last ditch attempt to save her career lands her in town, filming a reality show pilot about expert search and rescue tracker Trace Sinclair Trace is also the man whose heart she broke in half years ago A man whose kisses are as powerful as the grudge he still holds against herGo big, or go home TV producer Delainey Clarke thought she was done with Homer, Alaska Until a last ditch attempt to save her career lands her in town, filming a reality show pilot about expert search and rescue tracker Trace Sinclair Trace is also the man whose heart she broke in half years ago A man whose kisses are as powerful as the grudge he still holds against her Delainey can t afford to let Trace s attitude interfere with production any than she can resist falling back into his bed But for how long Because Delainey isn t trading Hollywood for Homer not even for Trace.

    • A Real Live Hero By Kimberly Van Meter
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      Published :2019-07-26T10:33:38+00:00

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    444 thoughts on “A Real Live Hero”

    1. "TOP PICK! Van Meter's skill with dialogue and plotting make A Real Live Hero a wonderful read. Interactions between Delainey and Trace sparkle, and the addition of Trace's parents' issues as a backstory adds nice depth to the plot".(RT Book Reviews, rated 4 1/2 stars)Miniseries: The Sinclairs of Alaska


    2. Very good book with a whole lot of issues going on. Delainey had left Homer behind years ago to follow her dream of working in television. She had also left Trace, the man she loved and who loved her. Now her career is about to go down the tubes unless she can convince Trace to allow her to film a reality show about him. But he wants absolutely nothing to do with her or her show.I will admit that at the beginning I really didn't like Delainey at all. She was so intent on getting what she wanted [...]


    3. Delainey is a type A, my way or the highway, girl intent on making it big as a TV producer. Trace is equally invested in his search and rescue work. She's in LA, he in little Homer, Alaska. They were love-struck sweethearts as teens, but now? He's furious she's come back to convince him to be the object of a TV pilot she wants to make to resurrect her rep after a disastrous failure with her most recent production.Each has a backstory filled with angst that further links them. But how to get from [...]


    4. Enjoyed the struggles of both Delainey and Trace with their personal lives and family dynamics. It was an enjoyable read.


    5. A good, meaty, angsty, full-of-conflict romance with a heroine and hero who sort of hate each other, but also can't keep their hands off each other. Van Meter makes it all work, and work well.



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