The Price of Fame by Hazel Gower

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A holiday escape is just what superstar Markus Pegios needs. Peace, quiet, and no adoring fans chasing him sounds like heaven on earth. Hazel Gower pens a remarkable, contemporary tale of fate, love, and new beginnings. But, all is not what it seems when love may become the true price of fame!

Have you ever touched someone and known they were the one? Markus Pegios, European superstar, did as soon as he touched Kylie Breal.

Markus needs a holiday—away from his famous life—and goes to Australia where he’s an unknown. One morning on his beach run, he gets hit with a dog’s ball. Going in search of its owner, he finds the dog and owner lying on the beach. As he introduces himself, he experiences an instant attraction, and when they touch, he knows she’s the one, but Kylie runs from him.

Kylie has watched her fantasy man every day as he stretches and runs across the beach, but one morning he’s late, and she gives up on him. Lying on the sand, she throws her dog’s ball and who does it hit? Of course, Mr. Dreamy. As soon as they touch, her body comes to life. Scared, Kylie runs, thinking she’s lost her mind, imagining things that aren’t there. Fate brings them together again, but can Kylie accept who Markus is, and all the drama that comes with him?

Content Notes: Contemporary, Musicians and Music, Multi-Cultural, Hot

About Hazel Gower

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I’m the mother of four terrors between the ages of two and seven. My mother said I always had an overactive imagination. Writing, I have to say, is my salvation. After I've gotten all the kids in bed and have cleaned up, I sit at my computer or sometimes a notebook with a pencil and relax, write, and escape. Visit Hazel at
Published May 26, 2013 by Liquid Silver Books. 91 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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