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THE FIANCEE CHARADE
"Your bangs are too long. They hide your beautiful face." So says Alex as he brushes back Jess's hair, coming far too close to her lips for comfort. Could Alex Calahan, heartthrob to every woman in town, really be this close to her? It’s all Jess can do to keep her wits about her—even though he’s only using her to make the others jealous. And she has her own reasons to act the part of his lover, as well. But it isn't long before their relationship becomes something more…
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- JAB 02/20/2017 1 people found the following review helpful
Women Against Womanizers organization is an unofficial organization but a good one one because it was fun watching the heroine throw her martini glass at the hero but the hero is a man of pursuit and does the verb to the heroine in order to get her attention and sway her to side whims. It's what made it so interesting is not only does she resist but she knocks down all his playboy tactics and sweet phrases, which get the women to fall at his knees. The look on his face where he thinks that he's going to get the girl but she gives him the disdainful look and knocks him down. What I found even more interesting is both parties trying to use each other for their own gain. The hero wants to use the heroine in order to figure what to change his image, so that he may get the "girl of the century", the one with looks and connections and the heroine is using the hero in order to get to the clients that they have for their own personal use. Basically, neither of them are innocent and that's what makes it fun. They also get on each other's nerves and desires. There are obstacles in the road but the end was great and if you love a spitfire in the book then this is the one you should read.
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