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Forgetting the Billionaire (A Clean Billionaire Romance Book 1) Kindle Edition
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I also like the fact that this book is a clean read.
Charlie had her hands full trying to keep her own little retirement home running. She had two residents with dementia. Add that to her job at the local diner, AND her broken heart from her last BF, she definitely wasn't ready to date. When a rich guy in a pink VW Bug showed up at her retirement home, wanting to see one of the residents, she was surprised she felt some attraction to him. But strangers always leave... // Mitchell just found his grandma that his family "forgot" decades ago. He flew to the island of Sitka and located the retirement home, hoping to make amends before Grandma passes. Grandma has severe dementia and mistook Mitchell for her own son (Mitch's father) and Charlie as the fiancee. They decided to fake a relationship for grandma's sake... just in time for Charlie's ex to return and try to woo her again...
Basically, Mitch's parents are total douchebags, and Mitch is the good guy, and tries to solve Charlie's problems. Charlie, in the meanwhile was "Mitch will leave" and tries to stay distant, which obviously won't work if they are pretending to be a couple... even as Charlie wanting to take her ex back, just so she can deny her feelings toward Mitch. And Mitch finally got an epiphany, which... you'll need to read the book.
So why only average, the plot got too confusing to the end, and both characters are too... masochistic for their own good, as both are "pleasers" and failed to do anything for themselves. It's almost PAINFUL to read about them going through life kowtowing to everything and everybody else's demands. Obviously there's an HEA, as this is a romance, but how it got there... Ahem. Read the book and you'll see.