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Another fake relationship that is too convincing. Liam is the serial womaniser and just cannot resist bringing Maggie into his world. Then he backs off to get to know her properly. Sometimes I do hate how casual sex is treated as less intimate than talking. At least Maggie gets some research for her novel.
The fake boyfriend to real lover is one of my favorite tropes. As a way to get to know someone, it offers the time and space to see all aspects of a person in a fairly safe environment. The brother’s friend plot is also satisfying. Best of all is Maggie and Liam getting to know themselves.
We have a girl who is working as a housekeeper at a hotel by and an unpublished romance writer, who doesn't understand how a real romance. She gets a call from her parents who have trying to set her up, coming for a week long visit. With her brother's help, sets her up with a local player Chef who agrees to play boyfriend for a week. It gets steamy as they both come to realize what they have both have been missing......good read.
This is a really beautiful romantic book. You have a beautiful woman who’s parents are coming for a visit and she lies and tells them she as a boyfriend and they are living together. Her brother gets one of his friends to be the pretend boyfriend. Only he really falls in love with her and she with him. Very beautiful book.
Eewwww just eeeewwww. I got to 25% and decided I had had enough. The sexist, arrogant LMC is off putting. In one scene he iagrees he owes a favour to the LFC's brother for poaching a female staff member, as if women were not entitled to further their own careers and act in their own best interests. He insists on reading and critiquing the LFC's novel despite her requests that he not do this, then he mansplains to her what women like. Later he bullies her into kissing him despite her repeated assurances she doesn't want to then continues to touch her without her consent. I'm not interested in rape fantasy which is where this book is heading.