WITH HIS RING
When Sabina’s friend decided to go traveling, it was her chance to try living on her own.Sabina would live in her friend’s flat and take care of her things, including her engagement ring. What she didn’t count on was the trouble that would soon follow. When Yorke Mackinnon comes claiming the ring is his, Sabina goes to extreme lengths in order to keep it away from him for her friend, which means posing as his fiancée! How far will this little white lie go before something goes wrong?
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- A little lie can grow big. 5
- JAB 05/13/2015 1 people found the following review helpful
The beginning of the plot line was interesting for me. The heroine's best friend got engaged to a guy who gave her a fancy ring. They go off on a long trip and the friend leaves the expensive ring with her friend because the fiancee sold his car to buy it. Very expensive. The hero comes barging into the heroine's apartment all in a huff on where the ring is. I liked that the heroine was able to verify that she wasn't the hero's cousin's fiancee and when she wouldn't give him the ring, the hero left with his card. I liked how the heroine thought about what the hero said and what her friend told her. What made it more believable was the fact that the heroine tried to make sure that the hero was telling the truth by calling the number on the business card. It was interesting of how the hero and heroine go each other's notes of what was going on but it threw me for a loop when the hero suggested that in order for the ring to be seen by the original owner, the heroine would have to play his fiancee. It was even more interesting of watching how the lie just spun out of control when the owner who is the grandmother to the hero invites the heroine for tea. I feel so sorry for the heroine because of the lie, this story should be spread to young adults of why you shouldn't lie: they get bigger. The sexual tension between the hero and heroine grows and frankly, I'm proud that the hero is doing his best to hold back. Then the heroine gets a left from her friend that three weeks ago, that her fiancee sent a letter to the hero about the truth of the ring, so she gets mad at the hero for playing her along. Frankly, I don't blame her because of how the hero has been toying with her feelings. Just as the hero goes to explain, the heroine gets mad saying that she never wants to see him again. The cousin of the heroine comes in and what I love about him is that he helps his cousin in bed and goes out to buy her ice cream (talking to the hero). I adore the cousin. I did like he symbolism of the ring and how the heroine realizes it. It did feel a little too fast that the heroine came running out to the hero. I would have liked it a little slow like holding hands and hugging.
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