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They're not supposed to fall in love. They do.
Vindictive ex-girlfriend throws them a few curveballs. They break up. They make up. Not a new or original storyline. Not the best done, but not the worst by a long shot. If I hadn't read a great story with the same basic storyline immediately prior to reading this one, I probably would've liked it even more. All in all, I liked it.
It was a nice way to pass a little time and I found it to be a fast-paced and entertaining read. It was sweet and enjoyable. Nothing spectacular, but still good.
View all 30 comments. Review posted at: I couldn't seem to get enough of the hero and heroine throughout this book. There was a genuine and amorous feel to the Review posted at: There was a genuine and amorous feel to their relationship that radiated off the pages.
It was obvious they genuinely liked and cared for each other. You can't go wrong with this one. View all 45 comments. Well I wrote it, of course I'm going to give it 5 stars! Look for translations in Spanish, Portuguese and Thai. View all 6 comments. Nov 05, Mysza rated it really liked it. Petty pleasant story about marriage of convenience that turns into a love match. Little drama, nice heroine and nice hero.
Overall, easy, quick and enjoyable book if you like that kind of trope. View all 3 comments. This is not a clean read. Before downloading it I skimmed over reviews but didn't find anything besides it being a "sweet" story. I guess I should be more careful about. Besides the two descriptive love scenes, I was disappointed in the story. Both characters are shallow and lustful. Their relationship moved along too fast to be believable. I skimmed most of the book and thought the whole thing was silly.
The overall plot This is not a clean read. The overall plot could have been good. If there had been more build up between the two before jumping in the sack.
I would have liked to see them fall in love, not lust. View all 10 comments. Back in the day when I used to devour Harlequin novels, the whole "marriage of convenience plot" was amongst my favourite to read about. The thing is, those harlequin novels? Well they had more plot, and character development than this one! Who'd have thought? And if they had some "ideas" that today would have sent me into a feminist rant, at least they had the excuse of having been written "back" in the eighties.
This one? It was written in for crissakes! So, let me see if I got this strai Back in the day when I used to devour Harlequin novels, the whole "marriage of convenience plot" was amongst my favourite to read about.
So, let me see if I got this straight: Her "company", her job is immediately placed aside. The two of them decide to get involved in the blink of an eye. The guy has the depth of a fluffy I've seen that nonsense before in a Jill Mansell story: View all 5 comments.
Tanya Eby does a nice job here, using her alto range sultriness to full advantage. Which is a good thing, as the heroine, Samantha Elliot, is known for her sexy vocals. Eby narrate before, and I liked her deep sexy voice for the heroine, especially when she purposefully lowers it a few octaves to push the buttons of the hero and dashing duke, Blake Harrison. The characters are charming, the dialogue is fun, the love scenes are steamy, and the epilogue is smile-worthy. View all 11 comments.
Awesome story I loved this book. It was perfect. Yes it had a little angst but I just loved the hero and heroine. The honesty between them was wonderful. No miscommunication, not a big misunderstanding, okay maybe one, but the rest of the book was perfect. I almost stopped reading at the beginning because this guy had two girlfriends at the same time. He didn't think he could be monogamous and that annoyed me. But he changed luckily and I carried on. I am glad I did.
This was a marriage of conve Awesome story I loved this book. This was a marriage of convenience story that eventually wasnt. You could see the two of them falling in love throughout the story. There is an evil, vile ex involved and she definitely got her comeuppance in the end. I loved all of the characters in the book. It was safe and free in KU. First time author for me I believe. I will read her again. View all 4 comments.
Debbie DiFiore Eva wrote: I remember the hero saying he is not capable of being monogamous but all of a sudden he is just with the h Eva wrote: I remember the hero saying he is not capable of being monogamous but all of a sudden he is just with the heroine. Were you convinced by it- do you think hes going to He never said anything about if his opinion had changed so you are right.
I have a very definite hate for manho's and players. They disgust me and I hated the references to his past ways. I agree with you that I wouldn't trust him in the future.
Once the passion chills. And it will I was scared to read it but it was a pleasant surprise. Fans of marriage of convenience romances. A solid 4 stars! Sep 13, TJ rated it really liked it Shelves: Blake Harrison is the modern day heir to a very old, titled English inheritance.
An inheritance that his departed Father saw fit to rescind if Blake is not married by the age of Sam Samantha Elliott is an all-American blue blood born with a silver spoon but down on her luck. Her one chance at making her high-end match-making business successful has finally arrived in the form of one very rich, very English power-player, Mr.
Blake Harrison. What follows is an absolutely delightful yet surpr Blake Harrison is the modern day heir to a very old, titled English inheritance. What follows is an absolutely delightful yet surprisingly believable romp through the machinations that is modern day love and society.
If one has ever wondered whatever happened to all those Dukes and Earls from our favorite historical romances, look no further! The writing is down-to-earth, girl-next-door readable, the dialogue quick, witty with just enough snark to make it pop and the romance is a sweet, slightly steamy treat!
En realidad 3'5 Estrellas. Al fin y al cabo el libro me ha gustado, me ha entretenido y me ha hecho pasar un par de tardes agradables. Feb 25, Jacob Proffitt rated it it was ok Shelves: I'm something of a fan of the marriage of convenience turning into love so I took a chance on this inexpensive story.
I don't exactly regret doing so, but the last quarter or so was painful enough to drop this a whole star rating. Blake and Samantha are charming. Fun, even.
I liked them as characters, even though the entire setup was laughable. You expect to download the premise in a story like this one, however contrived, because how else do you get a marriage of convenience in a modern setting?
So I I'm something of a fan of the marriage of convenience turning into love so I took a chance on this inexpensive story. So I went along even though every single thing connected to Blake's situation was completely impossible.
That's all background, so I give it a pass.
It's the price to pay for being with some delightful characters for a while and enjoy their budding relationship and growing trust for one another. So yeah, serviceable.
The last quarter or so of the already short book was contrived beyond all possible reason. Bybee has Blake contract a fatal case of the stupids. I'm not a huge fan of the Big Misunderstanding in the first place, but when you have to compromise the very foundation of both the character and the relationship to pull it off, you should probably rethink that story element altogether.
And Bybee makes it even worse with how Blake resolves it. She needs to know why he betrayed her trust in keeping the terms of the ridiculous will secret I use ridiculous in every sense of the term. She needs to know why he lied even by omission in a relationship built from the beginning on absolute honesty. He didn't need to come to her with proof. He needed to come to her with groveling apologies and a heartfelt resolution to be better.
Frankly, two stars is possibly too generous, but I did enjoy them in the beginning as shallow as they ultimately are. Rich guy needs I picked up this book as a Kindle Unlimited selection with free Audible audio.
Rich guy needs a wife to secure his inheritance to make him even richer. Not-so-rich lady marries rich guy because she needs the cash. They're not supposed to fall in love. They do. Vindictive ex-girlfriend throws them a few curveballs. They break up. Listening to this book immediately following 'Grayson's Vow', it was impossible not to compare the stories. Unfortunately, even though this was a pretty okay story, it couldn't compare.
In truth, I probably should've held off on reading this one for a little while. Then, maybe I would have been able to enjoy this one without any lingering comparisons.
This story is in the marriage of convenience trope. Rich guy needs I picked up this book as a Kindle Unlimited selection with free Audible audio. Rich guy needs a wife to secure his inheritance to make him even richer.