Fiancé for Hire Kindle È Fiancé for PDF \

Fiancé for Hire Kindle È Fiancé for  PDF \ When four high school friends promise to find husbands for one another if any of them are still single at age thirty, they have no idea how complicated the pact will make their lives twelve years later Bookof the Wedding Ring series is Fianc for HireThe Prospective Bride Amanda Coppersmith, successful at everything except marriage Been there, done that twice No way is she going to let her matchmaking pals fix her up with another husband She s determined to remain single, which means outwitting her well meaning friendsThe Prospective Groom Nick Stephanos, studly New York taxi driver and the perfect choice for fake fiancThe Hitch Nick is willing to play along, and the meddling matchmakers are completely taken in So how did a simple fake engagement become so darn complicated For some reason, I really couldnt like this one It was especially disappointing after I Do, But there s a Catch which was quite good.This one just felt too long, and couldnt retain my interest after a point This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here While the best of the four books in this series, the twist at the end ruins it for me Mostly because it is completely unnecessary and so far beyond believable that I just couldn t get past it Amanda hiring Nick to be her boyfriend was enough of a hurdle for this couple to get past In many ways it was a role reversal of book 2, with our heroine the one creating the arrangement and struggling to acknowledge her own desire for aauthentic relationship Nick is a great hero that calls Am While the best of the four books in this series, the twist at the end ruins it for me Mostly because it is completely unnecessary and so far beyond believable that I just couldn t get past it Amanda hiring Nick to be her boyfriend was enough of a hurdle for this couple to get past In many ways it was a role reversal of book 2, with our heroine the one creating the arrangement and struggling to acknowledge her own desire for aauthentic relationship Nick is a great hero that calls Amanda out on her bull shit and eventually gets her to open up about things she can t even share with the supposed best friends this series revolves around Amanda deciding to open herself up to love again should have been adequate, but no, the author had to make sure the Wedding Ring Pact ruled the romance That the BFFs knows our heroine better than she knows herself And so, our great guy, Nick, turns out to have been pining away for our heroine for over 5 yrs creepy and manages to pull off the most convoluted plot ever with her best friends so she thinks she hired a stranger Which he is as far as she s concerned Even less believable was the complete lack of slip ups by the rest of the gang that would have at least hinted to the reader, if not Amanda, what was going on The vague references by Nick to his plan combined with one creepy encounter at a costume party made it seemlike he was going to reveal he was spying for one of her exes Even though the friends swallowing of Amanda s lies made it clear they suspected she was trying to pull the wool over their eyes, I just couldn t get over the complexity of the set up and Nick s long time crush from afar Besides, he s too good of a catch to wait so long for someone he had a five minute conversation with five years ago Amanda s rapid acceptance of the entire thing was equally unfathomable What a great way to end the series Loved this story Loved Nick A great twist to the story Wonderful ending Awe it s over. This is a great book series Each book kept you guessing Looking forward to readingPamela Burford books.

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