Sasha Evers was a history major from Boston who kept herself to herself and often struggled to make ends a meet.
So when a lucrative opportunity came up to be the pretend temporary bride to a mysterious British man she simply could not turn it down. The money was life-changing.
However, Sasha really had no idea what she was letting herself in for.
The man she was set to be the pretend bride for was a billionaire called Landon Carmichael and this meant her life was about to change more drastically than she could have ever imagined.
Fans of Fifty Shades of Grey will love this light hearted comedic twist on the average billionaire romance theme!
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- J. Huch
Cute, fun and entertaining
This was just a fun and enjoyable story. A little more lighthearted romance without a major amount of angst. Perfect for those days when you want a good story without constant drama. Don't let the lack of major angst and drama throw you off. While the plot may be a bit predictable it's an entertaining and enjoyable story with enough little bumps and twists to keep the story interesting. It's reminiscent of a Pretty Woman type scenario.
How far would you go to get a little peace and quiet? A little slice of normal? There are actually people in the world who have no idea what celebrity is who. I'm one of them. Which made the story that much more plausible and fun for me.
While there is an attraction between Sasha and Landon that first kiss starts off a chain reaction of desire and want. When the attraction builds a simple business arrangement becomes a much more unexpected and intimate affair.
While there is a little bit of steamy romantic goodness it is not a major part of the story and is no where near (thank god) anything resembling Fifty Shade which is referenced in the synopsis.
Instantly likable cast of characters that are fun and interesting. Sasha, Landon, Nigel and even Sasha's "dream team" were all great characters.
Connor Brown did a great job with the narration as usual. Nice voice that is easy to listen to for long periods of time. The narration is clearly spoken with a nice smooth pace. Enjoyable slight English accents. Great character voices. Even his female voices were good. Gail's voice was grating and annoying but it fit her character, so it was perfect. He was able to bring the characters and story to life. Very enjoyable
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and voluntarily provided this review.