Title: The Billionaire’s Fake Fiancée
Author: Annika Martin
Series: Billionaires of Manhattan #4
Rating Out of 5: 4.5 (Amazing, but not quite perfect)
My Bookshelves: Contemporary, Contemporary romance
Format: eBook, Novel
I’m always a fan of that whole fake relationship trope. The fact that this is combined with the grump and sunshine trope… it left me feeling all of the good feelings. And then there’s the fact that a pretty big chunk of this takes place on a massive, ginormous yacht in tropical holiday destinations. Fantastic tropes, great couple, and perfect backdrop. All of it is very, very yummy.
I’m not going to lie; Tabitha would probably drive me a little batty at first with her sunshiny attitude. And her obsession with soap operas just defies my imagination. But there’s something about her that quickly makes you fall in love. Soap opera obsession aside, she is all that is good and sweet throughout this story. And her ability to constantly find the joy in life makes her the perfect woman to deal with Rex’s attitudinal issues.
Everything about this novel made me smile. It’s such a simple, sweet and gorgeous tale. A great and easy romance read that will leave you feeling happy and calm. There’s just enough conflict to make this difficult to put down, but not so much that it requires too many brain cells (just how I like romances some days). There’s also a great little surprise that fully takes its pages out of a soap opera. I literally chuckled out loud when I read that one. Alright, like a soapie you totally saw it coming. But that didn’t detract from how good it all was.
The Billionaire’s Fake Fiancée was a great romance, and I can’t wait to read more about the other women in Tabitha’s life as they fall in love with some incredibly hunky billionaires. I also love that Tabitha might have a weird obsession with soap operas, but she also has this amazing drive to create her own footprint in life. I can’t wait to see how her friends measure up.
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