All of our best dates end up in the emergency room....
I planned the perfect proposal. There was plenty of lobster, caviar, champagne and - her favorite - tiramisu. It was the perfect setting, the perfect woman, the perfect everything.
Dad gave me my late mother's engagement ring, platinum and diamonds galore. Shannon wouldn't care if I slid a giant hard-candy ring on her finger instead of a three-carat diamond designed to impress. But my future mother-in-law, Marie, will pass out when she sets eyes on that rock, which will give us two minutes of blessed silence. That woman talks more than Kim Kardashian flashes her naked backside on the Internet.
I was going to make it perfect, from the color of the tablecloth to the freshness of the roses. And it was perfect...until Shannon swallowed the ring.
Shopping for a Billionaire's Fiancée gives near-billionaire Declan McCormick the chance to tell his story in this continuation of the New York Times and USA Today best-selling Shopping for a Billionaire series.
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- Kelly McCullough
From Declan's View
I truly appreciate romance novels from the man's point of view, as there are rare (at least in my library). Therefore, it was refreshing to here Declan's point of view in Julia Kent's Shopping for a Billionaire's Fiancee. Over the length of the novel, my connection to Declan's story and past grew stronger, and where I first found some of his behaviors annoying, I soon grew to find them endearing as I got to know him and his thoughts. I first fell in love with Julia's Random series due to the comedy throughout. Although this novel did not have has many funny moments as the Random series, the story was touching and and provided a glimpse into various disasters that becoming engaged could involve.
Everything from the day of the engagement on! Funny!
There were times I wished the story would hurry up in the beginning but towards the middle and end I couldn't wait to hear what was next.