Billionaire CEO: Fake Girlfriend
When you’re negotiating a business deal with your enemy—here’s a few rules…
#1. NEVER fall in love with him
#2. DON’T agree to be his fake girlfriend
#3. Do I even have to say it?
I don’t have any delusions of grandeur about our arrangement,
Aaron Patterson is the devil in a three piece suit,
And I’ll do anything to get some dirt on him,
And stop him from buying out my family business.
He thinks his charming smile and cocky attitude can intimidate me?
I’m a New York girl, top of my game,
And I’ll be damned if some frat boy man child thinks he can beat me.
But when the lines between us start to blur—so do my feelings.
How can something I was hired to fake, feel so real?
With more than just my business on the line,
My brain is telling me that this is one game…I might not win.
Uncaged Review: Disclosure: This book was originally called “His Fake Girlfriend” and has been repackaged and branded to be a part of a series – but it’s the same story.
This is a fun book – and I’m always excited when I find a contemporary romance that I really like. They call this book an “enemies to lovers” and it was in a way, but not completely. I have to admit, for the first few chapters I wasn’t sure I was going to like the book, because Aaron is a complete jerk. He’s arrogant, cocky and treats his employees so badly, I’m surprised they still work for him. He has no friends and has never been in a relationship with a woman, he’s the love them and leave them kind. So I had my reservations on liking the book. But along comes Audrey, who works for a competing company and a good suspenseful plot line that I only guessed half of. We see growth and likability in Aaron that was because of his relationship with Audrey, who makes him a better man. Well worth the reading time, and even though I would have liked to see them out more together and explore how they got to where they were by the end of the book, it still worked. The point of view switches from chapter to chapter between Audrey and Aaron, which is the best way to work these type of narratives, in my opinion Reviewed by Cyrene