Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Her Crazy Rich Fake Fiance by Jennifer Youngblood {Review}

Her Crazy Rich Fake Fiance by Jennifer Youngblood
Kindle Edition, 206 pages
Published October 24th 2018 by Arbor House Books 
Source: I won a copy in a giveaway, which had no affect on my thoughts and opinions
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Haven Lockwood’s Christmas takes a nosedive when she discovers that her mother and identical twin sister, Brynn, ditched her, leaving her to spend Christmas alone in their New York City apartment. To make matters worse, Brynn’s boyfriend Wyatt shows up, ready to take Brynn on a road trip to Atlanta to meet his family.

Haven is fully prepared to tell Wyatt the hard news—that her flighty twin sister jetted off to Ireland with a movie star, leaving him high and dry—however, when she finds herself staring into his mesmerizing blue eyes, all explanations fly out the window. Not only is Wyatt devastatingly handsome, but also charming and witty with an adorable Southern accent that rolls like a ballad off his tongue.

Haven knows that when Wyatt looks at her with adoring eyes it’s only because he has mistaken her for her glamorous clothing designer sister. She wants to tell Wyatt the truth, but she can’t stand the thought of spending Christmas alone. As one thing leads to another and Haven and Wyatt share a near-kiss, Haven makes a split-second decision to accompany Wyatt to Atlanta—as Brynn!

When the sizzling attraction deepens to something real, Haven faces an internal dilemma—should she come clean now, before Christmas, or wait until afterwards? Will the truth destroy Haven’s chance for happiness … or will it be the very thing that brings two searching hearts together? 

My Review: 5 Stars

What a riot! Haven shows up to spend Christmas in NYC with her mother and twin sister, only to find they have each made other plans. When her Brynn's boyfriend shows up to take her home to meet the family for the holidays, Haven goes right along with it. In a classic case of mistaken identity, the laughs and chemistry kept growing. 

I enjoyed the humor and camaraderie the characters share and especially loved the sudden, yet natural growth of the romance between Wyatt and Haven. Their connection is solid and smoldering and the best part is the reaction when everything unravels.

My heart was invested and I couldn't wait for the characters to unravel the secrets they kept from each other. The anticipation was almost like waiting for Santa to arrive! I loved the solid traditions, the generous nature, and the simmering sparks of love that enveloped the plot.

Content: light innuendo; mild, sweet romance

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