Published: February 3rd 2020
Where I Got It: My shelf (Amazon)
Billionaire businessman in need of a fake fiancée…
It should be the easiest job ever for an out-of-work actress, right?
All I have to do is pose as Grant Caldwell (the Third)’s fiancé for a fancy-pants weekend in the Hamptons. Easy. Wear designer clothing and sip champagne? Don’t mind if I do. Flirting with Grant? It’s so delicious I should be paying him.
Nothing can go wrong as long as I can keep my hands off of him.
But that’s the hard part. And I do mean hard.
Because Grant is sexy.
And surprisingly sweet, a real rarity in his pretentious family.
Oops. I’m not as good at faking it as I thought. Or maybe they call this method acting. Because it’s getting harder to figure out where my character ends and I begin…
It just might be the role of a lifetime.
Weekend Wife is a standalone romantic comedy with a sexy billionaire, a sassy heroine, and a Happily Ever After.
Randomly stumbled upon this in the freebies on Amazon and Mellanie had reviewed this a couple years back. It looked cute and it fit one of my reading challenges...so why not?
We follow Grant and Leah. Grant is a billionaire who needs a fake fiancé for the weekend. Leah is an actress and she agrees. However, it is getting hard to fake the feelings they have for each other.
I started off really liking this. Grant is a hunk and Leah is a darling. I was hooked. Some humor that had me chuckling.
However, around page 100 or so....I lost interest. I kept reading because I was hoping I would reconnect, but I really never did. I was happy they finally realized they loved each other. The lust was there from page 1, but the love took a while. Which fit for them and for the story. However, I just skimmed and kept forcing myself to finish.
Not sure why I really lost interest. Grant and Leah are okay and the humor did have me chuckle.
In the end, I liked the first half and I was hooked, but the last half...I struggled. I can't really pinpoint why, but I was just ready for it to end but I didn't want to DNF because I had hope. Maybe it just wasn't for me. I'll give this 2 stars.
- #20 for Romance Reading Challenge - Fake romance
Poo, too bad :/
Sorry to hear it didn't end up being a great book for you.
B, yesss I was bummed
Mary, thanksss. I am bummed
Oh that's too bad. I love a good fake relationship story (I'm reading yet another one right now!) I can recommend several!
Well that's interesting that the first half was great and the last half was indifferent. At least you got another BINGO square done. :)
Jen, such a bummer. I feel like fake relationship books are 50/50
Sophia, I'll count it as a win!
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