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Publisher's Summary

I now pronounce you husband and wife...for the weekend.

When Megan Rooney gets fired from her job, her life is turned upside down. But then her sexy neighbor, Nick Walker, tells her that he needs a wife for a weekend trip to Tuscany, and she's the perfect candidate. She surprises herself when she agrees to go - but what if the lie turns out to be exactly what she's always wanted?

BookShots Flames

  • Original romances presented by James Patterson
  • Novels you can devour in a few hours
  • Impossible to stop listening

©2017 Beth Ciotta and Renée Carlino (P)2017 Hachette Audio

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  • CLINTON, MS, United States
  • 12-12-17

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2.5 story & overall
The story is ok, and the narrator helped a great deal. It's told from Megan's point of view almost entirely; it's really her story. Unfortunately, the last half of the story is only told about and not showed. We're told that Megan did this and did that without taking us along for the ride so that we could actually see it and experience it too. I get it; it's done to expedite time, months and get us to the resolution, the end. But it sucks as a book listener. The whole point of entering into another world and experiencing is lost almost entirely in the last half of the book; that's a lot in a story this short.