Sunday, December 30, 2018

The Rancher's Fake Fiancee by Amy Vastine {Review}
The Rancher's Fake Fiancee by Amy Vastine
ebook, 384 pages
Published November 6th 2018 by Harlequin Heartwarming
Source: I received a complimentary copy. All opinions expressed are my own and were voluntarily given

"I'm coming home...With my bride-to-be." Tyler Blackwell just announced that he and Hadley Sullivan are getting married. And they've never even dated! Now she and her boss are in Montana so Tyler can sell his family ranch. Hadley only agreed to continue the deception in exchange for a promotion. But moving up the corporate ladder pales beside her growing feelings for Tyler. Will his past and Blackwell family secrets sabotage what Hadley wants more than anything--a real wedding?

My Review: 5 Stars

Timing is everything and sometimes what you want and need has been sitting right under your nose all along. At least that's what Tyler discovers when he blurts out that he's engaged to avoid going home to the family ranch. He drags is employee, Hadley, along in this harebrained scheme and as the lies tangle together like a massive ball of unruly yarn, true feelings begin to emerge.

Tyler is all work, every day, yet he gets the job done well. Although he's a fantastic businessman, his true calling seems to be that of a rancher. Every time I read about this type of hardworking manly man in this setting, I have a hankering to end up on a ranch. The slower pace is very enticing and although it's a lot of physical work, the mental pace is a breath of fresh air. 

I loved Tyler and Hadley individual, but together? They complement each other better than peanut butter and chocolate. Their strengths and weaknesses play each other's opposites up and force them to become better....more.

I'm a huge fan of the fake fiance/fiancee angle and thought this one played out in a very believable, charming, and adorable way. I also like how each brother's story is told by a different author and I need to go get my hands on those books now, because I loved what I saw of this interesting family.

Content: mild+ romance (stayed in same room, nothing more than kissing)

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