The Honeymoon Trap Confessions The Honeymoon Trap Confessions

The Honeymoon Trap Confessions

    • 4.8 • 9 Ratings
    • $4.99
    • $4.99

Publisher Description

From USA Today Bestselling Author, Christina Hovland, comes a fake relationship, one-bed trope romantic comedy.

Lucy's national news ambitions are derailed when a dangerous fan forces her into hiding in small town Colorado. Her new role behind the scenes is supposed to keep her under the radar. It’s definitely not supposed to rekindle a teenage crush on William—a disgraced reality TV star returning to salvage his family's media empire.

Undercover as a consumer reporter, William’s spotted something that’s not quite right with Lucy. He doesn’t remember her from their time on the reality TV show. But he does know that she’s hiding something, and a hidden camera honeymoon exposé provides the perfect cover to investigate her secrets.

Security, however, is the last thing on their minds when seduction leads to a game of Confessions that threatens to expose them both. Can a relationship that started as a sham survive when the cameras stop rolling?

March 8
Cherry Street Publishing
Cherry Street Publishing

Customer Reviews

Mjs4196361564 ,

Reconnecting again

This was an interesting story of a woman leaving her home and job because of a stalker to return to her small hometown. She starts a new job and runs into a man from her past. But they keep getting thrown together but the past keeps popping up! What now? I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.

Embell0830 ,

Rom-Com With a Healthy Dose of Suspense

3.5 Stars

This book was previously as The Honeymoon Trap back in 2018 and has since been updated and released in March 2024.

A workplace, forced proximity, fake relationship, rom-com with a healthy helping of suspense. There were some nice plot twists, good banter, and I loved the secondary and tertiary characters and the parts they played to move the story forward. Overall, I really enjoyed Lucy and William's story and how it all played out; however, I didn't understand the newly wed aspect. They never really acted like newly weds and because of that I kept expecting it to be called out in some way to add to the comedic elements.

Note: The festival about the chicken, while the name is slightly different, it's actually legit. Right before I started this book, I saw something on TV about this chicken.

Sunshineray ,

So good!

I thoroughly enjoyed this read! It had bits of all the things I enjoy in a romance. The banter and all the character interactions were top notch. Then Ms. Hovland added just enough suspense in the storyline which felt plausible. Thank you to the author for gifting this wonderful read. I look forward to read more!

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