Except she wants nothing to do with me. All she wants is a fake boyfriend for a few weeks. Someone who'll go on dates with her, dote on her toddler, and treat her like the hottie she is.
She's crazy if she thinks I'm pretending. I spend more time fantasizing about her curvy body than doing my damn job. I'm not going anywhere without her.
She's mine-the only flame I will never extinguish.
So, there were some things I liked about this one, and some stuff that just irked the crap out of me. I’ll start with the positives:
And now, the stuff that made me want to DNF at a few points:
All in all, it’s not the worst I’ve ever read, but it’s far from the best.
Does this book contribute to or help crush the romance stigma?
I think this one contributes to the romance stigma. It doesn’t contribute mightily to it, but it contributes in the way that it’s super predictable, a little unrealistic, and pretty fluffy.
Other reading suggestions
For sexy (but not at all smutty), funny stories about hot firemen, try Jill Shalvis’s Firefighters series. For a great, angsty, sexy new adult romance about a fake relationship that soon turns all too real, try Monica Murphy’s The One Week Girlfriend.
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