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Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Review - The Millionaire's Fake Fiancee by Rita Sawyer

Title: The Millionare's Fake Fiance

Author: Rita Sawyer

Publisher: Pink Petal Books

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Rating: You Gotta Read

Reviewer: Val

Harley Taizer wasn’t used to dealing with her greedy parents. They’d never wanted her and had made it perfectly clear by giving her to her grandfather the day she'd been born. It’s funny how things change when money is involved. Discovering her trust fund, her parents show up demanding she give them the money. Afraid of just how far his son and daughter in-law will go, her grandfather brings in a security specialist to help.

Kasper Drake hasn’t met a trust fund baby he liked, though he is one himself. Upon meeting his uncle’s newest client he’s willing to throw all his preconceived notions out the window. He’s trying to get Harley to admit to their fierce attraction when her father shows up demanding to know Kasper's identity. She tells him that he’s her fiancĂ©e. Kasper latches onto her lie hoping to make her see how good it could be.

With exciting characters and a fun filled plot line, The Millionaire's Fake Fiance was a book that kept me on my toes. Not just with the events occurring during the story but with the white hot passion. Whew, I had to fan myself a couple of times throughout this story. Right from the beginning I could tell this was a scorching hot couple.

I just had to stop and take a dreamy sigh at the way Kasper protected Harley and just the little things like putting his hand on the small of her back gave me the goosebumps and had me smiling. Kasper is the kind of man Harley deserved and I was impressed at what a take charge kind of man he was. Especially during the scene where he tells Harley's mom that he's going to marry her daughter.

Harley's character was one that I bonded with immediately. She was an unselfish woman who just happened to have very greedy parents. Raised by her grandfather, she worked for everything she had. While Harley was shocked that she had a huge trust fund just waiting for her, her parents already had plans for that trust fund and everything else that Harley can lay claim to. For Harley, it was difficult to transition from the woman who hated hurting anybody to the daughter who had to tell her parents to back off.

Alfred, the grandfather, what can I say, I love the old man to pieces. There were scenes where I got close enough to his character to feel his hurt and disappointment but on the other hand I was touched by his love for Harley. He would do anything to protect her, and Kasper was the one person who Alfred could count on to take good care of his baby girl.

The Millionaire's Fake Fiancee is a book that is not to be missed. Ms. Sawyer has written an exceptional book that stands out from a lot of books in this genre. I will definitely be reading over and over. I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves a lot of sizzle in a book that is sure to be favorite.

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