Thursday, October 1, 2015

Review: Falling for Her Fake Fiancé by Sarah M. Anderson

Title: Falling for Her Fake Fiancé
Author: Sarah M. Anderson
Published: October 1st 2015
Source: Copy given by author for honest review
Genre: Contemporary Romance
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Caution: May contain spoilers

All it takes to seal the deal is one little temporary engagement…

Ethan Logan never fails. But taking over the multimillion-dollar Beaumont Brewery is proving impossible. To succeed will mean taking drastic measures. It means proposing to a red-haired Beaumont bombshell. It's the perfect plan—until Ethan realizes he wants her for more than just business…

Frances Beaumont won't marry a total stranger and get nothing in return. But once Ethan agrees to the socialite's terms, she expects their charade to go off without a hitch. Frances doesn't believe in love and has never met a man she couldn't handle. And then one kiss from her fake fiancé changes everything…

My Thoughts:

Fake engagement for the win! This one was a slightly different lead in than I anticipated, with characters that stole the show as well. When we first meet Ethan, we discover he's between a rock and a hard place. He took over the Beaumont Brewery in the hopes that he could bring the company back where it should be, but it didn't work out as expected. The employees are wholeheartedly loyal to the family the company started with, and their loyalty isn't benefiting Ethan one bit. Enter Frances, one of the Beaumonts. She comes in with a bang, making things clear to Ethan about everything that's going wrong. His solution to gaining the loyalty of the employees? Asking Frances to become his fake fiancé. It seems to work out well, but then seduction and feelings come into play.

Falling for Her Fake Fiancé was a wonderful romance! It hit all the major notes from high stakes to pretend romance that leads to more. I was invested in their charade, standing by waiting for them to realize who the other person really is, not just who they think they are based on their name and what they represent. Sarah M. Anderson has me curious for more of the Beaumont Heirs series!

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