Friday, July 17, 2015

Review: MY FAKE FIANCE by Lisa Scott


What I like best about Lisa Scott’s stories is that they are clean romances; her stories concentrate more on the deeper lover rather than the physical lust. And I’m glad to say that this was another good one.

This story was just a repeat of movies like The Wedding Date and, of course, My Fake Fiancé, with the same premise—two people trying to fool family/friends with a sham engagement and, accidentally, falling in love in the process.

For Sam, this all begins when she is invited to her frenemy’s wedding. Eek! How perfect that she happened to hire an actor to play the part of her fiancé. But it turns out that Justin was indeed perfect in far more ways than one, especially when it was indicated that “It’s very important to see how a man treats the other women in his life.” (109) SO TRUE!

Filled with smart and witty commentary within the POV’s of both Sam and Justin, this is a sweet, well-written romance.
My rating: 5 stars

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