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Just A Fling

By Charity Ferrell

  • Genre: New Adult, Books, Romance
  • File Size: 2.16 MB


A Hollywood princess mixing business and pleasure with her hot new bodyguard is a headline I’ll gladly live up to.

The only thing worse than a messy breakup, is a very public messy breakup.
After the fallout I made myself a promise— no more dating.
The moment my new bodyguard walks through the door, I know I’m going to break that vow.
Hudson is nothing like the men in the industry.
He's rugged and real. Too bad he doesn't want to spend a second longer with me than he has to. I’m just a job to him.
But he could be my everything.

I want nothing to do with the Hollywood limelight. I’ve survived enough without having my face plastered on gossip magazines.
It’s no way to live. But as long as I’m standing beside her, it’s my life. For now.
This job is temporary, a favor to my brother.
But the longer we’re forced to be together, the harder it becomes to fight my feelings for Stella. The real her. Not the person the rest of the world sees.
When she makes me an offer to be with her— no strings, how can I say no?


  • Just a Fling

    By oates23
    I couldn’t but it down! Great story and the author pulls you into loving these two main characters. Looking forward to the rest of the series.
  • Just a Fling

    By ilshelton
    Charity Ferrell is crazy talented. Great read!!!
  • Pleasantly surprised

    By TanyaShanicee
    Starting a new book by a new author is always nerve wracking but I must say I was pleased with this book. I loved the characters, storyline & style of writing. Honestly this book was amazing. I’m excited to read the rest.
  • Just a Fling

    By jane2053
  • Great story and characters

    By sbsbrinson
    It has a great storyline and characters. A bit too much language and explicit details of sex were a bit overdone. Overall though a good read.
  • Just a Fling

    By Happy GMJM
    Only read this if you really think people use the f-bomb in every conversation. Also, the author needs to know when to use "he" and "him" in sentences. Was this book edited by anyone? I would guess not.