Formula One racer Connor Blackwell is recovering from an accident on the racecourse when his father springs an ultimatum on him: get married or get disinherited. Concern for his father's health prompts him to invent a fake engagement, which forces him to produce a fiancée. Only one woman comes to mind. His personal assistant reluctantly agrees to play the role for a short time, but as Connor and Angelina prepare for a wedding never meant to take place, they're both surprised to find their faux engagement is starting to feel very real. Will they make it to "I do" despite machinations from the woman Connor's father wanted him to marry and their own doubts and insecurities?
©2016 Mia Caldwell (P)2016 Mia Caldwell
I got this ARC from the author via audiobook boom. This was a billionaire story that was well written. I loved the fact that he took on her autistic brother and helped her get him to a safe place. I don't like deceiving people not even for a good cause. It causes others to have to lie as well. This turned out well in the end but I think he could have found a better way to do it. He is smart he could have asked his father to wait until the party and he would show him his finance. But overall the story and narration were done well. There is enough deceit in the world as it is.
Always loved reading, now I love audio books because I can listen to my favorite books on the go!
This was just an ok book. I really liked the story line with the brother more than the romance. The romance was just ok. My only grip is that I feel the narrator was reading a little fast. The ending was a little sudden but that was expected with a book of this length.
A copy was provided for review by Audiobook Boom.
This is the first audiobooks by Mia Caldwell that I listened to. The story was well written. The narrator was new to me. At times I thought the narrator had too much expression for parts of the story. Maybe it's just me adjusting to someone new, I'm not certain. I was voluntarily provided this review copy audiobook at no charge by the author, and/or publisher and/or narrator. The story was sweet, had little steam.
This is a story about how love grew out of an engagement of convenience. It has a Cinderella feel - he is wealthy with concerns about heirs and a demanding parent, she is a working girl with family responsibilities. And like Cinderella, it has the requisite HEA.
The story isn't anything new or even the best in its genre but all the same it is pure romantic escapism. Sometimes that is just what a reader needs.
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.
I read all kinds of books, but I have an obsession with paranormal and fantasy at the moment. Sorry about any spelling mistakes/typos.
Don't know I haven't read the print version, but in general I prefer the audio.
This would NEVER happen in real life so it made for an excellent bit of escapism.
Andrea's did a great job with the character's voices and the narration overall was good.
Yes and no, it's short enough that you certainly can, and while it was good, it wasn't quite 'I can't put it down' great.
If you like the billionaire falls for a regular girl story then this once certainly delivers. It does all happen super quick in timeline as well as the length of the audiobook which makes you think 'that would never happen in real life' (except maybe in Vegas).
Note: This book was provided free by the author/narrator/publisher in exchange for an unbiased review.
Enjoy reading fiction, thrillers (JD Robb), romance, military and comedy (Evanovich). Listen to Audiobooks on treadmill and long road trips!
Plot was decent, narration mediocre. Ending kinda weak.
This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast.
I was provided a free audiobook copy by the author in exchange for an honest review. It would have been nice to have a laugh or two to break up the monotony.
Maybe, if you just want to pass the time this book is okay, but lacked any real heat. This genre isn't as well represented as I would like to see, but Mia Caldwell may grow in her character development in the future. I didn't like or dislike the characters they were boring. The story line was decent but unengaging. The attempts of the villain were anti-climactic. The author made all the characters either good or bad, no shades of gray as most complex characters usually are.
Unlikely, Aundrea Mitchell used the same voice as the narrator, female & male characters.
No, the character development and story line were too simplistic
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