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I have twenty-eight days to find the perfect wife… As a sought-after photographer with a sexy Irish accent, I have no problem attracting women. Especially crazy ones whose position in my company have me backed into a corner. The solution is simple: find a fake fiancée and save my job. A chance meeting with a tall blonde seems almost too good to be true. Beautiful, sane, and she has a kid? We have a winner. I planned everything...except falling for her. A lie brought us together, but now I have no intention of letting her go.
I can’t buy my way onto Madison Avenue… Whoever said hard work pays off never applied for a marketing internship at Trask & Payne. Even though I just got my fifth rejection letter, I won’t give up. I’ll continue biding my time playing nanny to the overprivileged. Then one outrageous proposal changes everything, and I find myself fake engaged with a fake new family. I’d tell him the kid isn’t mine, but there’s a problem. My new “fiancé” is a photographer for Trask & Payne. He’s my “in.” If I can hold on to this charade, I can get the job and the man of my dreams. Game on.
This was a very cute story with likable characters and a good plot.
I liked that Laken was willing to go for what she wanted. I liked that she cared about Preston to the point of putting up with "Lady Hammerle" (LOL!!) and her attitude. I also liked that Niall was willing to go so far in order to have the best possible life for his daughter. It was a big contrast to the situation Preston was in. Niall and Laken getting to know each other was extremely cute and I really enjoyed that part. They made a great couple. They were funny and quirky and I could honestly picture them in real life.
Overall, the story flowed well, but it wasn't "edge of my seat attention grabbing" for me and I couldn't get past the fact that Laken didn't just admit to who Preston was. I felt like it wasn't that big of a deal-breaker, regardless of how the story turned out and for some reason that just stuck with me and overshadowed the rest of it. However, it did make for a very cringe-worthy can't look away from the train wreck read.
That said, I would definitely read more from this author and would recommend her to others.
**I received an ARC and voluntarily reviewed.**
About the Author:
International bestselling author Cora Kenborn writes twisted romances about damaged bad boys and feisty heroines. She promises her readers a happily ever after, although she may or may not take them on an emotional rollercoaster before giving it to them. (Okay, she totally will.) A Southern girl from North Carolina, Cora says “y’all” way too much and has a lifelong addiction to sweet tea. She refuses to “adult” without coffee, thinks pajamas are acceptable daywear, and considers note-taking during true crime shows to be perfectly normal. On the rare occasion that Cora has free time, she spends it avoiding laundry and convincing her family that Hot Pockets are an acceptable dinner. Oh, and autocorrect thinks she’s obsessed with ducks.
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