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A delicious and all new reimagining of Lauren Blakely's original fake fiancé romance! All preorder proceeds go to Australian fire relief! I don't mean to just blurt it out. "Why, yes I'm engaged!" But once I say it to a potential client, there's only one logical thing to do -- cast the role of my fake fiancé. Easy enough. As a casting director, my job is to find the most A delicious and all new reimagining of Lauren Blakely's original fake fiancé romance!  All preorder proceeds go to Australian fire relief! I don't mean to just blurt it out. "Why, yes I'm engaged!" But once I say it to a potential client, there's only one logical thing to do -- cast the role of my fake fiancé. Easy enough. As a casting director, my job is to find the most talented players for every part, so I choose dreamy, edgy, sexy, sarcastic Reeve.And I sign him up for one week in the role of mine. It's not as if I'll fall for him in five nights even if we get a little cozy one night at theater. It's not as if I'll want more even after a scorching afternoon in the stacks of the New York Public Library. 

I can't let myself fall because on Friday at midnight the curtain drops on our fake romance . . .
 The Pretending Plot is a reimagining of the 2013 story Pretending He's Mine (no longer available for sale). The Pretending Plot has been rewritten in first person and expanded from a novella to novel length! Caught Up in Love: The Swoony New Reboot of the Contemporary Romance Series1: The Pretending Plot (previously called Pretending He's Mine) 2: The Dating Proposal 3: The Second Chance Plan (previously called Caught Up In Us) 4: The Private Rehearsal (previously called Playing With Her Heart)


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A delicious and all new reimagining of Lauren Blakely's original fake fiancé romance! All preorder proceeds go to Australian fire relief! I don't mean to just blurt it out. "Why, yes I'm engaged!" But once I say it to a potential client, there's only one logical thing to do -- cast the role of my fake fiancé. Easy enough. As a casting director, my job is to find the most A delicious and all new reimagining of Lauren Blakely's original fake fiancé romance!  All preorder proceeds go to Australian fire relief! I don't mean to just blurt it out. "Why, yes I'm engaged!" But once I say it to a potential client, there's only one logical thing to do -- cast the role of my fake fiancé. Easy enough. As a casting director, my job is to find the most talented players for every part, so I choose dreamy, edgy, sexy, sarcastic Reeve.And I sign him up for one week in the role of mine. It's not as if I'll fall for him in five nights even if we get a little cozy one night at theater. It's not as if I'll want more even after a scorching afternoon in the stacks of the New York Public Library. 

I can't let myself fall because on Friday at midnight the curtain drops on our fake romance . . .
 The Pretending Plot is a reimagining of the 2013 story Pretending He's Mine (no longer available for sale). The Pretending Plot has been rewritten in first person and expanded from a novella to novel length! Caught Up in Love: The Swoony New Reboot of the Contemporary Romance Series1: The Pretending Plot (previously called Pretending He's Mine) 2: The Dating Proposal 3: The Second Chance Plan (previously called Caught Up In Us) 4: The Private Rehearsal (previously called Playing With Her Heart)

30 review for The Pretending Plot

  1. 5 out of 5

    Lauren Blakely

    Dive into my original fake fiancé romance, reimagined, rewritten into first person and expanded into a novel! THE PRETENDING PLOT! Amazon http://blkly.pub/PretendingKindle Apple http://blkly.pub/PretendingApple Nook http://blkly.pub/NookPretending Kobo https://blkly.pub/KoboPretending Google https://blkly.pub/GooglePretending Audible http://blkly.pub/AudiblePretending Dive into my original fake fiancé romance, reimagined, rewritten into first person and expanded into a novel! THE PRETENDING PLOT! ✦Amazon ➜ http://blkly.pub/PretendingKindle ✦Apple➜ http://blkly.pub/PretendingApple ✦Nook ➜ http://blkly.pub/NookPretending ✦Kobo ➜ https://blkly.pub/KoboPretending ✦Google ➜ https://blkly.pub/GooglePretending ✦Audible ➜ http://blkly.pub/AudiblePretending

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kari Hansen

    Sutton has created a successful career as a casting director but her future promotion could go up in smoke if she doesn’t ante up the fiancé she doesn’t have. She hasn’t gotten this far in her career without being resourceful and that starts with putting out a casting call for a fiancé and she has the perfect man in mind for the job. Reeve has achieved modest success as an actor but wants to take it to the next level. Although the opportunity from Sutton is unorthodox it may just be the solution Sutton has created a successful career as a casting director but her future promotion could go up in smoke if she doesn’t ante up the fiancé she doesn’t have. She hasn’t gotten this far in her career without being resourceful and that starts with putting out a casting call for a fiancé and she has the perfect man in mind for the job. Reeve has achieved modest success as an actor but wants to take it to the next level. Although the opportunity from Sutton is unorthodox it may just be the solution to both their problems. What could possibly go wrong? Fun and flirty I enjoyed watched what was supposed to be an arrangement to advance both their careers turn into a love match that would change their lives.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jeeves Reads Romance

    Quick and sexy, this fake relationship romance doesn't have the same polish as Blakely's newer works but is still a satisfying read. As a novella that was expanded to (short) book length, it's fast-paced and doesn't have the same level of depth I've become accustomed to from Blakely (which I sorely missed at times). That being said, this is still very much one of her works with chemistry that builds along the way, plenty of steam throughout, and a hero you can root for. The story follows Reeve, a Quick and sexy, this fake relationship romance doesn't have the same polish as Blakely's newer works but is still a satisfying read. As a novella that was expanded to (short) book length, it's fast-paced and doesn't have the same level of depth I've become accustomed to from Blakely (which I sorely missed at times). That being said, this is still very much one of her works with chemistry that builds along the way, plenty of steam throughout, and a hero you can root for. The story follows Reeve, a struggling young actor. He hasn't been able to make his big break, and is eager to advance his career. When casting director Sutton - a bossy, take charge woman - finds herself in need of a fake fiancé, she can't think of anyone better to cast in the role than Reeve. As the two spend a whirlwind week together, the lines blur and Sutton can't help but wonder if Reeve is starting to catch feelings... or if he's just that good of an actor. It's an interesting dynamic between these two since Sutton is such a dominant woman, not quite cougar levels but a little older than Reeve and in charge of the "transaction." I never fully connected to her, but I did like Reeve - once he had Sutton in his sights, he was all about her. It's such a short book that Blakely doesn't delve too deep into either of these characters, instead keeping things light and sexy. I did miss that added element to the story because it comes off as a mostly physical relationship without it, but there's some solid banter between the two. All in all, it's a quick and fun read that I enjoyed but don't consider to be of the same quality as Blakely's newer releases. I received an ARC via Candi Kane PR and am voluntarily leaving a review of this short and sexy romance.

  4. 5 out of 5

    PP's Bookshelf

    The Pretending Plot was a taste of what you can expect from a Lauren Blakely creation. It had sharp wit and endless humor. It had steam and sweetness balanced perfectly. It's the kind of romance that warms you to the core and make you feel every single good thing! Reeves is a struggling actor in New York city and Sutton is the hotshot casting specialist in Hollywood. Don't worry, it has no casting couch scandal. But Reeves is fresh out of luck and Sutton needs someone to pose as her fake fiance The Pretending Plot was a taste of what you can expect from a Lauren Blakely creation. It had sharp wit and endless humor. It had steam and sweetness balanced perfectly. It's the kind of romance that warms you to the core and make you feel every single good thing! Reeves is a struggling actor in New York city and Sutton is the hotshot casting specialist in Hollywood. Don't worry, it has no casting couch scandal. But Reeves is fresh out of luck and Sutton needs someone to pose as her fake fiance to score the casting contract with the next erotic romance blockbuster. It is a good deal until their chemistry starts to blur lines. Reeves is a typical Lauren Blakely man. Seriously these guys are a category of their own. A charming, courteous and nice gentleman who can turn on and off his devious and sinful ways with alpha edge so easily. Sutton is a sweet and sassy charcter who does not give control easily and can hold her own against Reeves' magnetism. But the chemistry is so deliciously hot! I could not help but squirm a lot whenever they were in the same space. The Pretending Plot was a soft yet intense rom com from Lauren Blakely. I had a blast with all the fun filled, sexy as sin and heartwarming moments! Received ARC for honest review

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kate R

    The Pretending Plot is a reboot of Lauren Blakely’s older novella, Pretending He’s Mine. This is longer and told in first person. I did not read the novella and it is no longer available, so I cannot speak to how much it has changed but I thought this was a quick, sweet, and swoony romance and I enjoyed it so much. It’s a fake relationship trope. Sutton is a casting director and trying to secure an incredible job opportunity, so when her potential employers mention her engagement, she goes along The Pretending Plot is a reboot of Lauren Blakely’s older novella, Pretending He’s Mine. This is longer and told in first person. I did not read the novella and it is no longer available, so I cannot speak to how much it has changed but I thought this was a quick, sweet, and swoony romance and I enjoyed it so much. It’s a fake relationship trope. Sutton is a casting director and trying to secure an incredible job opportunity, so when her potential employers mention her engagement, she goes along with it, and decides to just cast the role of her fiancé. Immediately, Reeve comes to mind, as she cast him in a small role in a previous movie. Reeve is a struggling actor and desperately needing a job, so he agrees to Sutton’s proposal, and as you can imagine, sparks fly between them. These two had so much chemistry and were so great together. Sutton did get on my nerves with her hot and cold routine, but I adored Reeve! This is a super quick, cute contemporary romance and I would recommend it. *I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    ***ARC Provided by the Author*** Sutton and Reeve had a shorter story originally and now they have a longer, more flushed out story. I've read both, and I enjoyed both... But I admit I liked this one better. I liked the story, and the banter between the characters was what made this one feel unique and different. Let's face it, fake boyfriend/engagement/wedding is a pretty common trope, so it takes skill to make it feel new. This one was enjoyable, the chemistry worked and I liked the secondary ***ARC Provided by the Author*** Sutton and Reeve had a shorter story originally and now they have a longer, more flushed out story. I've read both, and I enjoyed both... But I admit I liked this one better. I liked the story, and the banter between the characters was what made this one feel unique and different. Let's face it, fake boyfriend/engagement/wedding is a pretty common trope, so it takes skill to make it feel new. This one was enjoyable, the chemistry worked and I liked the secondary characters. It's perfect for those who have read the original and for those who haven't.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Sandra Shipman ~ Two Book Pushers

    The Pretending Plot is the first book in Lauren Blakely’s new Reboot of her Caught Up in Love series! I absolutely loved Reeve and Sutton’s story when I read it back in 2013 as Pretending He’s Mine. And now, I love it even more. There is all-new material mixed in with the original swoon and sexiness. Sutton needed a fiancé. Reeve needed a break. It’s a win-win. One week was all they needed. If Sutton landed the casting director for the next big movie then she would have more pull in getting the The Pretending Plot is the first book in Lauren Blakely’s new Reboot of her Caught Up in Love series! I absolutely loved Reeve and Sutton’s story when I read it back in 2013 as Pretending He’s Mine. And now, I love it even more. There is all-new material mixed in with the original swoon and sexiness. Sutton needed a fiancé. Reeve needed a break. It’s a win-win. One week was all they needed. If Sutton landed the casting director for the next big movie then she would have more pull in getting the audition Reeve wanted. One he needed so badly. One that could give him his big break in the acting world. And really, acting as Sutton’s fiancé wouldn’t be so hard since she was smart, witty, and beautiful woman. As for Sutton, it wouldn’t be hard to pretend to be in love with a man who made her knees weak with every touch and every word that comes out of his wicked mouth. And it definitely won’t be hard to walk away. She didn’t date actors. One week. Less than one week. Five days. No way they couldn’t pull this off and walk away, right? So wrong! Each day was a surprise. Each date was more confusing then the last. Hot and cold. Was it all an act or was it real? Awe! It’s been years since I read their story and it felt like the very first time. It was everything I remembered and so much more. The characters. The story. The twists. The chemistry. The banter. The kisses. And the connections! It’s so fun to see characters from other books and Lauren is the queen of cameos. Next up...The Second Chance Plan! Quotes: “Do you, Reeve? Do you make them scream your name out loud?” I raised an eyebrow playfully. “Every. Single. Time.” “I feel like Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman,” he joked. “Think of this as a dress rehearsal. We’re prepping for the big kiss scene that makes the audience swoon and totally believe we’re in love. Got it?”

  8. 4 out of 5

    Theresa

    This is one of Lauren Blakely's earlier books I read. It was great then, but oh, so much better now. Sutton is a very successful casting director who is given an opportunity to advance her career. By telling a wee little fib about her relationship status, Sutton finds herself in need of a fiancee ASAP. Reeve, an actor who finds himself out of a job, and the acting prospects are getting kind of shallow. But he's an actor, and he knows his big break will eventually happen. When Sutton calls his This is one of Lauren Blakely's earlier books I read. It was great then, but oh, so much better now. Sutton is a very successful casting director who is given an opportunity to advance her career. By telling a wee little fib about her relationship status, Sutton finds herself in need of a fiancee ASAP. Reeve, an actor who finds himself out of a job, and the acting prospects are getting kind of shallow. But he's an actor, and he knows his big break will eventually happen. When Sutton calls his agent about a job, Reeve is excited. When he finds out what the job entails, he's not as giddy, but definitely intrigued. He finds Sutton very attractive, so hanging out with her pretending to be her fiancee won't be such a hardship. I loved the almost immediate chemistry between Reeve and Sutton. There's the physical attraction, but they both discover that there's more to each other than what's on the surface. Joe Arden and Vanessa Edwin do an amazing job breathing new life into Reeve and Sutton. You can see and feel their narration of such a beautiful whirlwind kind of love story. If you've read Lauren's books, you'll recognize some of the appearances. I love when she does that, and you feel you're in on something because you know these characters, and how things play out for them.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

    4.5 stars The Pretending Plot is Lauren Blakely’s brilliant retooling of her novella, Pretending He’s Mine. Sutton Brenner is the expert when it comes to casting the sexiest men in movies. But when a potential job seems to hinge on her being engaged, she decides to hire a fake fiancé for one week. Reeve Larkin is the perfect man for the role. He’s just Sutton’s type… in every way possible. As their undeniable chemistry goes from a simmer to a boil, they’ll have to figure out if their relationship 4.5 stars The Pretending Plot is Lauren Blakely’s brilliant retooling of her novella, Pretending He’s Mine. Sutton Brenner is the expert when it comes to casting the sexiest men in movies. But when a potential job seems to hinge on her being engaged, she decides to hire a fake fiancé for one week. Reeve Larkin is the perfect man for the role. He’s just Sutton’s type… in every way possible. As their undeniable chemistry goes from a simmer to a boil, they’ll have to figure out if their relationship is more real than either anticipated. This novel is Blakely at her best. Sutton and Reeve’s attraction to each other is palpable, the banter is witty and plentiful, and the sexual tension is off the charts. It’s well-written, adeptly plotted… and, let’s just say, I’ll never view the stacks in a library the same way again. Devoted fans of Blakely’s work and new readers alike will devour this book the way that Reeve devours grapefruit macarons: wholeheartedly and enthusiastically. Plus, the process from all ebook preorders of this title (as well as The Second Chance Plan) will be donated to help fund Australian fire relief. So it’s a win-win, really. An ARC of this title was generously provided in exchange for my honest review.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Kim

    Remastered and still sensational! A steamy fake fiancé romance that you won't want to miss by an extremely talented author. This is a remastered version of her Caught Up in Love series which was originally released in 2013 as Pretending He’s Mine. There is all new material mixed in with the original, which lengthened and livened up the masterpiece it previously was which was really enjoyable. Sutton needed a fiancé to impress her potential boss to win the casting director job on Hollywood's next Remastered and still sensational! A steamy fake fiancé romance that you won't want to miss by an extremely talented author. This is a remastered version of her Caught Up in Love series which was originally released in 2013 as Pretending He’s Mine. There is all new material mixed in with the original, which lengthened and livened up the masterpiece it previously was which was really enjoyable. Sutton needed a fiancé to impress her potential boss to win the casting director job on Hollywood's next big release and Reeve needed an acting job to break his latest streak of bad luck. It’s a win-win with the added bonus that he already has the hots for sexy Sutton. That's if he can convince her to loosen up a little and open herself up to the possibility that their chemistry is more than just pretend. Not to mention the fact that Sutton refuses to date actors. She can never tell what's real and what's an act. The Pretending Plot is Lauren Blakely at her best. I laughed, I swooned and my heart melted. I particularly enjoyed the cameos from characters in her other series. I honestly loved this updated version and couldn't recommend it more. So pick up your copy ASAP. I received an advanced reader copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jackie Wright

    4.5 Stars for The Pretending Plot If you are looking for a quick, hot read look no further than Lauren Blakely’s latest novel which is a reimagining of her 2013 novella Pretending He’s Mine add in the fact all preorder proceeds are going to the Australian Fire Relief Fund and you get yourself a must one click. Sutton Brenner knows her job and is an expert when it comes to casting some of the hottest men for movies but she struggles to find a man for herself and now it seems the potential clients 4.5 Stars for The Pretending Plot If you are looking for a quick, hot read look no further than Lauren Blakely’s latest novel which is a reimagining of her 2013 novella Pretending He’s Mine add in the fact all preorder proceeds are going to the Australian Fire Relief Fund and you get yourself a must one click. Sutton Brenner knows her job and is an expert when it comes to casting some of the hottest men for movies but she struggles to find a man for herself and now it seems the potential clients she is meeting with for her latest venture what her to be settled so she blurts out she is engaged...... enter trying to find a fake fiancé ......Reece Larkin is the perfect man for the movies and for the role of fiancé after all he is Sutton’s ideal man, problem is Sutton is his ideal woman so what happens when feelings and chemistry come into play and how long does this relationship stay platonic...... This is an entertaining read with a great story and adorable characters, it’s got the Ever present witty banter that we have come to expect from this very talented author and I’m sure all fans of Lauren Blakely and romance lovers will adore this fun flirty read. I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Cyndi Marie ☆★Audiobook Addict★☆

    Audio Review A fun, sexy and flirty reimagined version of an earlier book by Lauren Blakely. I enjoyed the original but I have to say this new book was a lot better, it has more "meat" to the story and the characters are just... so much more, I guess lol. This is a fun book with the pretend fiancé trope. I love these books because you get to feel the "falling" happening while they get to know each other and the chemistry was perfect. I really enjoyed Reeve & Sutton this time around. In the 🎧 Audio Review 🎧 A fun, sexy and flirty reimagined version of an earlier book by Lauren Blakely. I enjoyed the original but I have to say this new book was a lot better, it has more "meat" to the story and the characters are just... so much more, I guess lol. This is a fun book with the pretend fiancé trope. I love these books because you get to feel the "falling" happening while they get to know each other and the chemistry was perfect. I really enjoyed Reeve & Sutton this time around. In the original I didn't really connect with Sutton, she was so much more likable in this book. Listening to this book was like finally getting the whole story when in the past you just got the cliffs notes before. The narration was AMAZING!!!!!! I love Joe Arden and honestly I feel like he has really changed a lot over the last few years and I love the changes he's made. BUT I have to admit Vanessa Edwin STOLE THE SHOW with this one. She is an awesome narrator, I love her voice, loved her British accent and Love her male voice. I've been hoping to start seeing more of her in the romance audiobook world and my dreams are finally coming true ;)

  13. 4 out of 5

    Melinda Parker

    “Her voice was needy, full of want. I turned her around, zeroed in on her red lips, then gave her a soft, silver-screen kiss. Not the kind that leads to the bedroom. But the kind you give at the front door at the end of a fantastic date. Tender, gentle, lingering.” And that my friends is our passionate and sexy book boyfriend Reeve Apparently Sutton is engaged. Oops, someone forget to inform her lol. When she’s put on the spot during a work meeting, she caves. Now she needs a fake fiancé. It’s a “Her voice was needy, full of want. I turned her around, zeroed in on her red lips, then gave her a soft, silver-screen kiss. Not the kind that leads to the bedroom. But the kind you give at the front door at the end of a fantastic date. Tender, gentle, lingering.” And that my friends is our passionate and sexy book boyfriend Reeve 😍 Apparently Sutton is engaged. Oops, someone forget to inform her lol. When she’s put on the spot during a work meeting, she caves. Now she needs a fake fiancé.  It’s a good thing her job as a casting director can help her with this role.  And the winner is...Reeve.  He’s everything a girl could want and he’s giving an award winning performance. One that has Sutton believing and falling.  He ticks off all her boxes and scares the bejeezus out of her.  Reeve finds his new role easy and slowly his performance becomes reality. But Sutton is so hot and cold, and she’s giving him whiplash.  In a world full of veiled promises and orchestrated deceit, Reeve breaks down Sutton’s walls and  wraps himself around her heart. What more could a girl want? 

  14. 4 out of 5

    Cee Cee Houston

    What happens when fake becomes real. The Pretending Plot is a wonderful reworking of an older novella by Lauren Blakely, it’s been expanded to a full length if short-ish book-length read. I never got around to reading the older version, so Sutton and Reeve were a completely new couple to me, although, I have seen their names come up in other books. Almost all of Lauren’s book series have a winding, whirly connection in them somewhere, be it a place, a building or the couples and the family or What happens when fake becomes real. The Pretending Plot is a wonderful reworking of an older novella by Lauren Blakely, it’s been expanded to a full length if short-ish book-length read. I never got around to reading the older version, so Sutton and Reeve were a completely new couple to me, although, I have seen their names come up in other books. Almost all of Lauren’s book series have a winding, whirly connection in them somewhere, be it a place, a building or the couples and the family or close friends. Sutton and Reeve were perfection in a snapshot. We only spent a few weeks with them, but the chemistry was palpable. Hot and steamy, and with some almost kinky moments- hint-see the library scene. There was plenty of witty banter and sassy comments. Reeve was just the sweetest, nicest guy and he knew what he wanted. He just didn’t think he’d ever have the chance with Sutton until she opened the door for him and he was sooo swoony with her. Fake fiance, real love. This is a One-Clicker for me and I can thoroughly recommend it.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Maria Hunt

    Funny, steamy and full of sweetness The Pretending Plot was a fake fiance romance that made for an entertaining read. From the start I adored Reeve and could totally see why he was Sutton's first choice when she found herself in need of a fiance. I loved how these two clicked right from the start and the dynamic between them was rather interesting. Sutton definitely kept Reeve on his toes but he didn't let that deter him from going after what he wanted. Their witty and flirty exchanges kept me Funny, steamy and full of sweetness The Pretending Plot was a fake fiance romance that made for an entertaining read. From the start I adored Reeve and could totally see why he was Sutton's first choice when she found herself in need of a fiance. I loved how these two clicked right from the start and the dynamic between them was rather interesting. Sutton definitely kept Reeve on his toes but he didn't let that deter him from going after what he wanted. Their witty and flirty exchanges kept me smiling and laughing out loud the whole book through and I adored the Artful Dodger. All in all, The Pretending Plot was a fun, flirty and enjoyable read.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Diane

    Reading a romance by this author is always amusing, because of her flirty and fallible characters, their ever-so-witty banter and lots of sinful sexual chemistry that leaps off the page. They all have become her speciality and I understand that she recently put a fresh spin on an old book and this is the new title but I have to say that in this case I enjoyed the original book, Pretending He’s Mine, much more. Sometimes it’s better to leave a great story just the way it is instead of trying to Reading a romance by this author is always amusing, because of her flirty and fallible characters, their ever-so-witty banter and lots of sinful sexual chemistry that leaps off the page. They all have become her speciality and I understand that she recently put a fresh spin on an old book and this is the new title but I have to say that in this case I enjoyed the original book, Pretending He’s Mine, much more. Sometimes it’s better to leave a great story just the way it is instead of trying to invent something better. I read an early copy of this book and all opinions expressed in my voluntary review are completely my own.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Viper Spaulding

    Sutton and Reeve aren't pretending anymore! Reeve has the acting job of a lifetime - he has to pretend to be in love with the woman he's already falling for. But oh my, if Sutton doesn't make him work hard for it! This was an awesome book, loads of fun to read with a terrific plot and a few nice surprises. And The Artful Dodger was absolutely adorable! I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.

  18. 4 out of 5

    FS Meurinne

    I liked this rewritten version, it has more to everything. It made me laugh and have those swoony moments just Lauren Blakely knows how to write. This pretend fiance that evolves into more is one I usually enjoy, this story about Reeve and Sutton is a fun one and I suggest you give it a go, I will be checking out the audiobook as well.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie

    I enjoyed Sutton & Reeve’s story. It’s been a while since I have read a Lauren Blakely story & it brought elements of why I have enjoyed her previous works. I found it to be a quick, easy read. Even though Sutton & Reeve’s story was rewritten from a novella to a full story, I still wanted more. I voluntarily reviewed this book.

  20. 4 out of 5

    S

    This was a quick and enjoyable read. A pretend relationship turns into a real relationship. The chemistry and banter was phenomenal and everything you expect from a Lauren Blakely book . If you are a Lauren Blakely fan than this one is a must read. It was fun , sexy and satisfying read.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Karina

    I liked Reeve and Sutton's story. Reeve is a struggling actor looking to get better parts and move up in the business. Sutton happens to be a casting agent in need of someone to play a part not in a new project but as her fiance in order to land a job with a company she believes only works with people who are family oriented. Sutton decides to look at actors who she has worked with before who could play the part of a devoted fiance. Reeve knows he can help her and in turn all he wants is a I liked Reeve and Sutton's story. Reeve is a struggling actor looking to get better parts and move up in the business. Sutton happens to be a casting agent in need of someone to play a part not in a new project but as her fiance in order to land a job with a company she believes only works with people who are family oriented. Sutton decides to look at actors who she has worked with before who could play the part of a devoted fiance. Reeve knows he can help her and in turn all he wants is a chance to audition with the company Sutton is trying to prove she is the right choice for the job. Both agree to handle this arrangement as a job. Problems arise as both realize the attraction and chemistry the have for one another. Sutton wonders at times if Reeve is truly attracted to her or is he just that good of an actor? This was such a great read and I was hooked from the very first page. I absolutely loved the HEA. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Shauna Salley

    audiobook review Fun, flirty and definitely sexy. Sutton needed a fiancé to land a casting director’s job, Reeve just needed a break. Reeve was too good at acting like a good fiancé, or was it an act at all for them both? Joe and Vanessa did an amazing job bringing these characters to life! 🎧 audiobook review 🎧 Fun, flirty and definitely sexy. Sutton needed a fiancé to land a casting director’s job, Reeve just needed a break. Reeve was too good at acting like a good fiancé, or was it an act at all for them both? Joe and Vanessa did an amazing job bringing these characters to life!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Cherie Maggi

    Like always this author did not let me down. This was a great story about following your feelings

  24. 5 out of 5

    Marina Skinner

    4.5 stars

  25. 4 out of 5

    Reading with 2 book lovers

    This is a re written story from a novella and I deoivred this 're write. Very well done

  26. 4 out of 5

    Birgit

  27. 4 out of 5

    Akhya Sharma

  28. 5 out of 5

    Debbie

  29. 5 out of 5

    Laura Madden

  30. 5 out of 5

    Misty

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