Signs of Love Romance Novel By Chanta Rand

Books for Reality TV Fans
Are you a bookworm who enjoys reality TV or the entertainment industry? Then add these books to your summer reading list! All of the books are part of my #Books4RealityTVFans campaign. Here is a spotlight on one of the books included on the list.
Signs of Love by Chanta Rand – Twenty years ago, Vaughn “Chiller” Jackson was one of the most sought-after entertainers on the face of the earth. His pretty boy looks and soulful R&B ballads put him on the most wanted list of virtually every industry label. But even the brightest stars fade, and now the only people who want him are the ones who work at the IRS. Deep in debt, Vaughn turns to his manager, who proposes a shrewd rescue plan: A dating show based on the twelve zodiac signs. All Vaughn has to do is allow the cameras into his life for twelve weeks while he eliminates eleven bachelorettes to find his soul mateĀ. Doing the show is easy; the hard part is keeping Sloane Young, the hard ass IRS auditor off his back.

Sloane Young knows she’s everything Vaughn Jackson doesn’t want in a woman. She’s conservative, hard-headed, and bossy. When the two get together it’s like oil and water. But she’s also smart; she’s got the perfect formula to get Vaughn out of this mess – if only he’ll listen. When Sloane makes the ultimate sacrifice to help Vaughn, she finds herself caught up in the outlandish world of reality TV. Before long, everything she’s worked so hard for is in jeopardy, and she finds herself in the unlikely position of choosing between Vaughn and her career.

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