Starstruck by my Boss by Mia Madison
“I want to teach you all the things your body—and mine—can do.” Grayson I can’t keep my eyes off the new intern at the movie studio. Skye is only twenty. A shy little mouse hiding behind oversized glasses, her ponytail bouncing as she wreaks havoc on the set. Knocking over props. Disrupting my big scene when her phone rings. When she’s around, things go wrong. So why can’t I stop thinking about her? Maybe because unlike most women I know, she’s honest. Sincere. Real. And unbelievably beautiful. Naturally, it’s not that simple. Skye’s nearly two decades younger than me, and she’s my best friend’s daughter. She couldn’t possibly be more off limits. Of course, I’ve never been the type to play by the rules. Skye Grayson James is one of the biggest movie stars on the planet. He has it all—a ripped body, gorgeous green eyes, and a crooked grin that makes panties disintegrate. He could have anyone, yet he keeps talking to me. I just don’t understand it. We couldn’t ever be together, right? Him the leading man and me an assistant, barely trusted to fetch his coffee. I can just see the tabloid headline: The A-Lister and the Intern. The paparazzi would have a field day, but he doesn’t seem to care. He’s almost got me convinced he’s serious about us. At least until I overhear him talking to his agent...
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