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Publisher's Summary

My billionaire boss needs me to do something absolutely crazy.

He wants me to pretend we’re engaged.

But I can’t say no, or he’ll lose his daughter and I’ll lose my job.

Fine then. I’ll wear his stupid ring. I’ll be the perfect fiancée for one month.

There’s only one problem. I don’t want to stop pretending.

Housekeeper for a stunningly handsome, male-model billionaire? Yep, that’s my job and it’s as dreamy as it sounds. I get to live in his ridiculously huge mansion, and all I have to do is take care of his mom and daughter, who are practically family. To top it off, the notoriously bossy Mr. King has been away for business since I started. 

But he came home today. 

Liam King looks like he stepped out of a GQ magazine, and the way he undresses me with his eyes should be illegal. He ignites my body. Every part of it. But It doesn’t matter how tempting he is. I can’t have him.

I can’t risk my job. Even if a guy like him was actually interested in a twenty-two year old virgin like me, I can’t give in. I’ve been in enough relationships to know how they all end: disaster. And if I lose my job, I lose the closest thing to a family I’ve had since my mother passed. 

But a fake engagement doesn't really count as a relationship… Right?

 **This is a full-length, standalone fake marriage romance. No cheating or cliffhangers, and as always, Happily Ever After guaranteed.

©2017 Publishing Bloom LLC (P)2018 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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Female Narrator was Awful

I ordinarily like Penelope Bloom books but this one was so stupid and unbearable. the female narrator was terrible. She put the wrong emphasis in places her inflection was off. NOT impressed.

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Liked the story

it was a good story, but some chapters were performed not as well. overall, good

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I almost requested a refund...

But didn't because I quite enjoyed the story plot. The narration was horrible almost making the book LAME.

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Just Say No to the Single Dad

The Single Dad's Virgin is an uninteresting, slow story. The story is very confusing and choppy.

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Sweet but predictable

It’s a sweet story and the narrators did a great job. That being said, the story is PAINFULLY cliche. Its your basic love story; boy meets girl, they fall in love, ex-partners cause trouble, they deal with the problems, and all is well. It’s great if you want a quick lighthearted story but not so much if you want a story with real substance.

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Good book but very unrealistic

I love a good romance book and I know that things are exaggerated and far fetched at times. That’s the fun really but this was too much! A simple custody trial would not have jury and such an elaborate hearing. Like come on!

Also! The child does not have to be present the whole time during a hearing. In fact they’re usually never there unless it pertains to something specific. Even when they are required they’re asked to leave at the tough parts.

On top of that the ex boyfriend did sooo much and even admitted to it but no one reported it once!?! Don’t get me started on the police. They accused her of lying and refused to believe her. Really?!?

There’s so much more but I can’t relive it again. I’d still recommend this but you gotta be a die hard romance fan

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I give it a 3

An a for effort. Sorry no pun intended. But it needs more work. I tried to listen as long as I could but a billionaire would have security guard's and a he'll for lawers. But the plot was good. Also the readers did the best they could do with it.

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Don’t waste your credit !!!

A very unrealistic story, it makes me wonder how this author has even come up with such a story line. It’s sad how this can be published. I feel like the author insulted my judgement. Can we stop with the billionaire plot already? A billionaire with a huge estate who lives like a middle class. No mention of servants, or at least someone who answers the door or stop a stranger from getting into his house. It’s an unbelievable plot. If I have to mention everything, I’ll waste my time. Take my word for it, this book is a total waste of time.

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