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- Print Length: 167 pages
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- Publisher: Tule Publishing Group; 4 edition (July 28, 2014)
- Publication Date: July 28, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00M8ERQ0S
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Make-Believe Wedding (The Great Wedding Giveaway Series Book 9) Kindle Edition
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When a Valentine's Day dance mix up suddenly has Andie and Heath as semi-finalists in Marietta's Great Wedding Giveaway, everyone thinks they really are engaged. Andie is mortified by what she inadvertently caused, and Heath is mystified. Seeing how Andie is reacting to the news, Heath decides to play along. They decide to pretend they're engaged and when they don't win the Giveaway, quietly 'break up' after all the fuss dies down.
Spending so much more time together, Heath suddenly is seeing Andie in a whole new light and the chemistry between Andie and Heath is unmistakable. Soon they are no longer just acting, but can it last?
Make-Believe wedding is a fast paced, easy to fall into novella about a couple of friends who are suddenly so much more. Andie has always been fixated on Heath though, to the point where no one else will do. She doesn't act on this though, until she has to! I really like Andie's independent, strong willed character. Heath is a hottie! I admired him for first wanting to help Andie, then not being afraid to move things forward. I liked his honesty, especially with Andie's brother Beau.
There are a lot of great secondary characters in Make-Believe Wedding, many you will recognize if you've read the other Montana Born Brides books. In particular I really liked Andie's brother Beau and her friend Lily. The interactions they have are realistic, warm, and filled with humor. I especially like Andie's relationship with her brother. Beau and Lily came across to me as having something simmering beneath the surface, and I'd love to know what their story is.
Make-Believe Wedding is the perfect length novella for the story being told that can be read alone, but I do highly recommend reading the other Montana Born Bride books too!
Sarah writes smoothly with lots of wit and emotion that entertains and makes you feel for the characters. I'd recommend Make-Believe Wedding to any romance reader looking for a quick, entertaining romantic read.
Then in a drunken stage she does something that changes their lives forever. he is a good soul and he joins in her deception to save her fanny!! It is a delightful story. fun and entertaining and very romantic. The hero is a great guy and you will really like him. The heroine is smart, funny and has a great heart. It was a very good read and I highly recommend it. It was fun visiting with the residents of Marietta again. This is a great setting for a number of books. All stand alone and all good.
I was not paid for this review. I am not an author nor do I know one. I am not kin to this writer. I am a reader and this is just my opinion, nothing more, nothing less.
The ONLY downside is, Sarah's is from Australia, so her use of British terms in a story set in Montana is sort of distracting. Her proofreader or editor should have caught those.
Andie Bennett had been pining after Heath McGregor for a very long time, but Heath is her brother's best friend, and also her boss. Heath only saw her as the tagalong little sister and an electrician under his employment, not a potential romanctic partner. After attending yet another wedding, Andie gotten drunk and apparently filled out a ticket for the great Wedding Giveaway of Marietta (MT) where she put down Heath's name as if they were engaged! She thought she tossed the ticket... Except... She won!?!?! Heath, being the great guy he was, suggested that perhaps he and Andie can get engaged for real, and break up later. Just to save her face. Except... pretend engagement and marriage often ended up turning real indeed...
I have no problem with the secret pining, but NOT getting engaged is going to humiliate Andie, which was why Heath decided to help her out by getting engaged? That really makes no sense. And like SEALs romance, Marietta, MT is apparently the fictional romance capital in the US where people go get hitched or something. The romantic push-pull is fine. I just wish the motivation would make a little more sense! Heath was just "too nice"!