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MANHATTAN BOSS, DIAMOND PROPOSAL
Clare comes from Ireland to New York to be with her boyfriend, Jaime. But on the day of their wedding, he’s a no-show! She is in despair until Quinn, Jaime’s best friend, reaches out a helping hand; he gives her a job at his office and a place to stay. Not wanting to impose, however, Clare tries to make her side job of matchmaking into a business. For some reason Quinn is against this and demands she find him a wife to prove herself. Now she has to find a wife for the playboy of New York!
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- JAB 07/29/2016
This was a good read because it's about two people who are friends, finding out that they are in love with each other. The hero is the heroine's boss because they met through the heroine's fiancee who left her at the altar. The heroine wants to start her own matchmaking business, which the hero is against because if the couples spilt up or something then they will blame her. So, in front of their friends, the hero and heroine make a bet on if the heroine can set the hero up with someone who the hero don't break up with after his set time limit of six weeks. I like how they see both the strengths and weaknesses of each other. Plus, it's funny watching their reactions towards each other when they see the other person dating. That was a fun scene. I also liked the two of them learning more about each other, both personalities and pasts before they get heavy. I love it. I also like that what made natural was seeing the hero and the heroine, talking with their friends about their relationship. Then we come to the big obstacle: the hero chased the heroine's fiancee away because he was a cheater, even when they were in engaged. I wouldn't be as upset about the fiancee cheating during the engagement but more on the fact that the friends and hero knew about it. However, the reconciliation was sweet and the ending was even better. It was definitely a book worth reading.
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