The Makeover Mistake

What happens in Vegas

This was a quick and fun read. I enjoyed the story. It was sweet and it put a smile on my face when I finished. The epilogue was brilliant. It made me smile because it was beautiful. I thought it was a good way to end it.

Thea was heartbroken as she looses yet another writer to the competition. For one night she was willing to forget about her problems. And she couldn’t find a better partner than the sexy piano player to make her forget. With Michael, the piano player, she could finally be herself and let her true feelings came out. She was having the time of her life until she found out who Michael really was.

The opening of the book was pretty interesting. Because he lost a bet to his brother, Michael had to pretend to be a piano player. Him pretending to be a piano player was quite a funny situation. I couldn’t hold my laughter when I read about it. His brother wanted him to listen to gossips, find out about the misdeeds that one of their employees was doing and they thought that being the piano man was the best choice. Everything was going smoothly for Michael until he met Thea.

The story pace was good. Everything flows nicely and it wasn’t hard to follow along. It’s pretty short so it won’t take you long to read it. Nevertheless the story was still good.

I loved the male lead. It’s very rare to read about an Asian male lead in books. I wished this book was longer but I’m also satisfied with where it ended. Give it a try. I recommend this book.


Book Blurb for The Makeover Mistake

A satisfying category romance novella from Entangled's Lovestruck imprint.

In Vegas, nothing is what it seems...

After losing a bet, successful publisher Michael Chang is "pretending" to play the piano in a Vegas lounge in order to spy on his less-than-trustworthy employee. His espionage is quickly derailed after meeting Thea Danelle, an editor who's been wronged by Michael's company. She's smart and unpredictable...and clearly hiding a naughty side that tempts Michael to distraction.

Thea has gone from frumpy librarian to the young, wild thing she used to be-all thanks to the promise of sensuous delight in the piano player's eyes. And frankly, after losing yet another author to the competition, Thea is ready to forget her professional problems and explore those sexy promises thoroughly. With Michael, she can finally be herself...until the moment Thea learns who he really is.


Night Owl Reviews May, 2015 4.00