USA Today Bestselling author Claudia Burgoa brings you a new Romantic family saga
Scam and scammed
Scam and scammed.
Choke and Burke team up to run a mutually beneficial scam after being majorly scammed by Maddox.
Not sure why they both fell for Maddox’s scans and lies, but they do, leading to them scamming a fake engagement.
So much angst
These St. James’ are probably going to kill me. CB is the queen of angst but this series already feels like next level.
Burke is quiet, a little broody, funny, and super romantic. Chloe is like the pinnacle of strength and was one of the most thoughtful people. These two are the perfect pair. They both help others, at times to their own detriment, and they both are passionate about what they do.
I was obsessed with them from beginning to end but also am really really excited to see what happens for the rest of the St. James family.
Excellent Fake Engagement Romance
Every since I read Zach St. James’s book, Until Next Time, I fell hard for the St. James family. And now it’s Zach’s twin brother, Burke St. James’s turn to find love. Something Like Love (Against All Odds:The St. James Family #2) is a snarky and wonderful enemies to lovers rom com that’s definitely worth reading.
Burke St. James is a smooth talking, sexy billionaire playboy that Chloe Lafferty loves to hate. At first, they have a meet cute, flirtatious encounter which has promise. Chloe is a chef who’s dream of owning a catering business is derailed when she gets screwed over courtesy of her friend or who she thought was her friend, Maddox. It just so happens that she met Maddox through Burke and as it turns out, he’s not loyal to either one of them. Clearly there’s bad blood and misunderstandings between Burke and Chloe however, when an offer for Burke to invest in her company presents itself, she’s hesitant considering she has to pretend to be his fiancée. Burke feels like this is a win for him by killing two birds with one stone and closing a business deal and wooing and romancing Chloe at the same time. What could go wrong?
Both of them were oh so charming, I adored every bit of their push and pull and delightful romance. And what’s even better, there are secondary characters from Claudia Burgoa’s previous books who make appearances, she teases us with what’s to come and I’m here for all of it. Something Like Love is a sweet and heartfelt must read.