It was a short and interesting read.
There’s not much I can really say about it. I got the feeling it would/could have been an amazing novel. I’m noticing a pattern on my latest reads, I think I’m developing a thing for arranged/fake marriages! LOL They get to me, I guess. Especially because they make you think that something that might not start with the best of intentions can end up in something rather amazing and life changing.
Dani is a struggling twenty-something woman, with a college brother to look after. With two jobs she has little time for herself, but that’s about to change.
She meets Storm Hunter one night when she has to pick him up from a party. She’s his chauffer and is pretending to be a man. I found some things about this rather funny. It was entertaining.
When Storm discovers she’s in fact a girl he’s shocked, a little angry and maybe a little fascinated too. He’s attracted to her, and when his parent’s naggings get the best of him, he asks Dani to quit her job as a chauffeur and be his fake fiancée.
It was all pretty quick. It was a short story/novella/whatever-you-people-call-it after all. But it was worth the read. I’ve been putting off big books I have to read and this came in handy. Though I admit I only read it because of the cover, I fell for it. It wasn’t time wasted though, I wouldn’t say that. Is it worth a read if you don’t have anything else to do, I guess. It was entertaining, and promising.