Who knew a fake holiday relationship could be so fun?
Kayla Summers has had enough of her mother's insistence that she find a man and get married. At thirty-three, she's a successful attorney and has a fantastic life. Knowing her mother will grill her constantly over the upcoming holidays about her single existence, she dreads the visits home.
Carter Manheim is a self-proclaimed bachelor, dead set on seducing every beautiful woman in Manhattan. And why not? His parents' disastrous marriage and divorce proved that lifelong commitments just aren't viable. As his mother's health worsens, his only wish is to give her one last happy holiday, even if it entails bringing home a girlfriend.
When Kayla's sexy neighbor proposes they take each other home for the holidays as fake partners, she's floored. However, getting her mother off her back is her number one priority and she agrees to the arrangement. Now, if she can only keep her heart from becoming emotionally entangled with the player of the century, she'll be just fine…
This book is filled with fast-paced fake relationship shenanigans and steamy scenes designed to melt your tablet. The main character's mother has late-stage cancer so please consider that before reading. Here's hoping this funny, romantic story can give you a few hours of escape during the holidays! Enjoy!
Good bones but needs work in the language department
The story itself is pretty good for romance novels. The characters were great. I did not love some of the wording choices or phrases. I find people don’t really talk like
that in casual conversation. I liked that she was a curvy girl but hated that she didn’t come with confidence right from the start.