Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Review | Fake Fiance, Real Revenge by Roxanne Snopek


 Fake Fiance, Real Revenge|Roxanne Snopek
 Release date: August 12, 2013
 Published by: Bliss an imprint of Entangled
 Genre: Contemporary Romance

This cowboy doesn’t know what he’s in for…

Real-estate tycoon Mitchell Granger has a problem. In order to secure a
lucrative deal with an eccentric client, he told the teeny white lie that he
was engaged…and now he needs to prove it. Even worse? The only name
that came to mind was Sabrina Becker, the girl he was never good enough
for growing up, and who still lives near his family ranch.

 Sabrina doesn’t mind posing as Mitch’s fake fiancée—no, she doesn’t mind
at all. One, she’ll make him pay with new construction for her business.
And two, Sabrina’s got a plan to exact revenge on her first love, the boy who left her and
Three River Ranch behind. She’ll pretend so well, he’ll fall in love with her…and then he’ll get a taste of what true heartbreak feels like.

But as Mitch sheds his corporate skin and picks up his dusty jeans and cowboy hat, will both his and Sabrina’s grand plans get derailed by love?


What I Thought

I am such a sucker for the sweet romance that can be found in any Bliss book. Fake Fiancé, Real Revenge did not disappoint me in the slightest. I just love a good romance, especially if a cowboy is involved. However, this is book #3 in the Three River Ranch series, but it works well as a standalone. I do wish I would have read the first two beforehand, but now I plan on going back and reading all three of the Three River Ranch books. This book was so easy to get lost in and forget how late it was, which happened to me both nights I curled up in bed with it. I can honestly say now that after finishing it, I really want more of Mitch and Sabrina. I just loved them and could feel their chemistry throughout the book. There were times where Mitch ticked me off, but I was quickly reminded that he had some difficulties growing up and he was learning and growing from those experiences. It was real obvious how much he cared for his friends and family and especially Sabrina. As for Sabrina, she just screamed sweetheart and it was evident how crazy she was for Mitch after all these years. I loved that they were able to grow together and overcome some difficult times that they have abandoned and tried to forget.
This whole book was just fun loving and  romantic. I love to read these books because they are quick, easy, and so so romantic. If you haven’t read a Bliss book yet, you need to! There are so many great ones and this one is definitely one of them!

4 out of 5 stars.

Happy Reading.
Heather <3

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