Raine Harper is in love with Wade Gates. But Wade likes women who are model thin, and Raine is model thin, plus a whole lot of pounds. Desperate to make him love her, she trains just a little too hard and passes out in the arms of superstar movie star Dirk Adams.
Dirk thinks Raine's junk in the trunk is perfect and proposes to make Wade jealous by becoming her pretend boyfriend. Pretend soon seems very real. Is Dirk a great actor, or is something really developing between Raine and the movie star?
Five Wishes...A happy ending is only a coin toss away.
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SUPER CUTE!! LIKEABLE CHARACTERS AND FUN STORY!!!
** I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review **
I like these little short stories...and the narrator is cute, but needs to work on her male voices....they are not good...female voices...perfect and so adorable...other than that this was a fun installment!! Raine doubts herself so much, she is practically killing herself to lose weight...she passes out exercising...and is found by the famous Dirk...he rescues her and they become friends...there is a spark...Dirk offers to be Raines pretend boyfriend to help her impress Wade her secret crush...but sometimes we find out the things we thought we wanted, are not all that they seemed....Super cute and well worth your time and a credit!!!
Fun Romantic Comedy
Raine is on a mission and is "in training". Wade, the man she has been in love with for years, is back in town. Wade likes his women skinny and Raine is more full-figured, so she is determined to lose weight to get him to notice her. When she passes out while running, she is rescued by a man that she recognizes as Dirk Adams, the mega movie star. He concocts a plan to make Wade jealous by posing as her boyfriend and the fun begins.
Man Candy is Book 2 in the Five Wishes series and is a standalone. This was such a fun listen and I found myself laughing more than once. The bear scene was hilarious! I also liked that there was an important message in the story. If a man doesn't love you the way you are, he isn't worth your time. Never change to please someone else because there will always be someone who already thinks you're perfect. The narrator did a great job with pacing and character voices. I would recommend Man Candy.
I was voluntarily provided this review copy audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator. This review is my honest opinion.
- Karen M.