THE GAME SHOW BRIDE
Single mother Kelli takes care of her daughter on her own and works at a famous department store. She applied for a management position to move her career forward but, because she is a single mother, they didn’t even give her an interview. She spoke with the vice president of the company, Sam, but he didn’t listen. He may be a handsome and successful man but he is hardheaded! Luckily Kelli receives some surprising news when she gets home. She is offered a chance to be on the popular TV show Swapping Lives. And the person she is going to swap her life with...is Sam!
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- excellent read 5
- JAB 02/20/2017
I really liked this book a lot because of how the author placed the hero and heroine as enemies (mostly because the hero rejected the heroine for a position based on her single mom status). The game show as perfect for them to learn more and more about each other. I found it funny how the hero works hard in manual labor and the heroine realizing that the hero's job is a definite no walk in the park. The two of them were earning brownie point from me at an incredible rate. I love how the hero interacted with the heroine's daughter, giving her that attention and help that many girls need in this day and age. I love how the both of them were burned by the ones that they love. It did break my heart a little bit when the hero left because he felt guilty and horrible for an accident of the daughter. Yet, his entrance to dance with the daughter at the father and daughter dance was very sweet. I really liked how they also went to dinner together. It's a book worth renting.
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