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The Boss’s Fake Fiancee (2012)

by Inara Scott(Favorite Author)
3.85 of 5 Votes: 3
1622669843 (ISBN13: 9781622669844)
Entangled Publishing (Indulgence)
Bencher Family
review 1: Reviewed by JoAnneBook provided by the publisher for reviewReview originally posted at Romancing the BookThis book was a quick, fun and easy read. There was laughter, tears, heartache, romance, love, family and friends.The main characters, Melissa and Garth, were so easy to love and get to know. They each had many layers to their persona but each was able to see through the other even when they just had an “arrangement” and fought their chemistry as much as possible. I rooted for their love to overcome their fears almost from page one.I loved their interactions with each other since I couldn’t tell how it would go – nothing cookie cutter about their relationship. They both had a soft spot for his grandmother Nan who was a hoot by herself along with her/his three d... moreogs. Watching their attraction become love, which neither could believe or initially wanted, was heartwarming. It was also nice to see Garth’s romantic side come out no matter how much he fought it. There was nice closure, due to the epilogue, and I hope the series continues since I found out this is book 2.I have not read books by Scott before but look forward to reading others especially Rules of Negotiation where Melissa and her family were first introduced. This book was reminiscent to me of Weekend Agreement by Barbara Wallace. I’m finding that I’m definitely partial to romances with billionaires as one of the main characters. The Boss’s Fake Fiancée did not disappoint.Give it a try – you’ll be glad you did!Favorite Quote: He grabbed hold of the other end of the seesaw and swung one leg over. Melissa cautiously lowered her weight onto her side, keeping her feet on the ground. But of course as she did, Garth lowered his own weight, jerking her high into the air.“Whoa!” Melissa slipped to one side and almost lost her balance. She righter herself a moment later. “Okay, fine. You’ve got some skills.” She bounced experimentally, but couldn’t move her side any lower.
review 2: I will first start off by saying that I read this book without realizing that this was book 2 of the series. For me to be a reader without any previous knowledge of the prior book, this was an easy read. There were a couple moments where I felt like I was missing some piece of information but the author seemed to have thought ahead just in case any readers might not realize that this wasn't the first book and threw and some more details. I love how Inara Scott created a lead male character who isn't perfect but has more to him that what he likes to show. After all no-one is perfect, everyone has their own set of challenges and to be able to express that in this book is amazing.The only thing that I really find odd is that The Boss's Fake Fiancee by Inara Scott and Say When (Something More #1)by Tara West have the same cover photo. What is up with that? I mean it's obvious it is the same photograph just some Photoshop and bam two new covers to two books, two different authors and two very different story lines. less
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I totally enjoyed this book! Loved Melissa and Garth and how their relationship grew.
Sweet story!! Loved Melissa
Easy read, well written
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