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Having grown up watching her mother jump from marriage to marriage, Tilly has developed an apprehension toward love. However, Tilly finds out her mother has told her soon to be fifth husband that Tilly has become engaged to the man of her dreams and will be bringing him with her for Christmas. Not wanting to turn her mother into a liar, Tilly hires a male escort to play the role her fiancé over the holidays. Who shows up at her door, but the tall and handsome Silas. Tilly couldn't ask for a better man to be her fiancé, but will she be able to keep her desire at bay?

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Preview 30 Pages
Pages 129 Pages
becky's comment - May 8th, 2015

Hero met heroine because of she needs a fake fiance. However during the period they shared with each other, they fell in love with each other. Heroine knows that hero came to her not only just to pretend as her fiance. How will their love be?

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Pretending 3  3

To achieve and perfect image the female leads to have a perfect smart handsome good looking rich boy friend for fiance.for achieving this she employee and a person is called from sin in long talk handsome all of the type to pose as her boyfriends to prove herself in the eye of a mother who married 122 jumps from one marriages to another this is 4th or 5th marriage in the book as abode pretend to bein a relationship the share each other a lot of things a lot of lot of the past and considered common things and attraction between both are there are lots of a down as a story and would the try this is one of the books to be recommended to be read.Penelope Jones was born on 24 November 1946 in Preston, Lancashire, the eldest of three children born to Anthony Winn Jones and his wife, Margaret Louise (née Groves),She had a brother, Anthony, and a sister, Prudence. A keen reader from childhood, her mother would leave her in the children's section of the local library while she changed her father's library books.Her story-telling career began at the age of eight when she began telling original bedtime stories to her younger sister.Jones married Steve Halsall, an accountant, who died of cancer, predeceasing his wife. They did not have children, but she had a bakers dozen of assorted godchildren, nieces and nephews.In March 1979, she published her first novel under the pseudonym Caroline Courtney, Duchess in Disguise, the same year she published other 4 books. In 1981, Mills & Boon accepted her first novel for them, Falcon's Prey, signed as Penny Jordan. Since then, almost 70 million copies of her 167 Mills & Boon (or Harlequin) novels have been sold worldwide. Designer in the book it's very niceboth of the characters of got the drawing in the face of the characters of very good the book is good it is a good twist of a up down.

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curious 5  5

The story was a curious thing. We have a heroine who is using a stranger to pose as her fiancee. I couldn't understand of why wouldn't she ask a male friend but considering how she acts explains that she may not have a lot of male friends. The mother seemed different from how the heroine and her friend described. Her clothes looked like a gold digger but her attitude came off as a sweet old woman. Still, I didn't let my guard down because this would be her fourth marriage. The heroine was hot and cold on the defense. She was really defensive towards the hero with her walls up but her thinking gave away that she was insecure. The mother's fiancee's daughter was something. Her attitude was mean but I liked how the hero knocked her off her feet. What piqued my curiosity was the exchange of words between the fiancee and the hero of what they're goals are. The fiancee seems like he wants to protect the heroine but the hero said some interesting things. I found it funny that the mother knew that the heroine had brought an escort. Then the hero got pulled in by the evil woman. I did like how he resisted her with ease. The hero didn't see that part and thinks that he lied. After that, the heroine, hero, and bad woman go out shopping and after splitting off from the bad woman. The hero confesses that he wants the heroine. It was pretty quick. They go back to the car to find that the bad woman took as payback and that the hero left his driver's license in the glove compartment. Who does that, doesn't the hero have a wallet? What surprises me next is that the heroine doesn't notice the little things about the hero. For example, she doesn't question him on how he has a platinum card, being able to pay for a one night in a suite at a fancy hotel, nor the fact of paying for an expensive looking dress and dinner. To me, it would have been very suspicious. The heroine, doesn't ponder. Everything seems to be going alright for the heroine and hero till the bad woman comes in with new information about the hero. The heroine goes off in tears for feeling used. The hero explains why he did it but the heroine doesn't want to hear anymore. The next thing that made me curious was that the heroine's mother went to talk with the hero and learned that the hero does love her daughter. I loved the interaction between the mother and her fiancee on what happened. It was very sweet. It was funny to watch the bad woman learn the truth. I loved how the heroine decided to take the step and go after the hero. The ending was adorable.

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