- File Size: 962 KB
- Print Length: 280 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: March 5, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00SML59BY
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #172,132 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Romancing Miss Right (Reality Romance Book 2) Kindle Edition
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The characters in this story, Marcy Henrickson who is a romance writer is a closed off type person. She keeps her feelings very close. She has come on the Romancing Miss Right Show mainly to boost her sales as a NY Times Best Selling Author. But finding love would be nice, and since she is the one choosing, she may not get her heart broken right?
Craig Corrow is radio personality wanting to further his career and get into daytime television, he isn't there to find the love of his life, just to make himself get noticed. He doesn't want to hurt anyone, but its all about him.
But then these two meet, Craig doesn't see Marcy as a fake person but as someone he likes. He wants to get to know her better, and could he falling in love with her? But if he is forced to choose between money and his job or Marcy and love, what would his choice be?
Marcy can't get Craig out of her head. She knows he is in it for himself, he is honest about that. He is a bad boy, but is there more to him than that? He makes her laugh, and the way he looks at her.
This is a wonderful story of love between two people who are not sure about love or how they feel about it, or if true ever lasting love even exists. One feels its best to play it safe and the other is not safe at all. They explore a lot of feelings both good and bad, lots of up and downs. They have a lot of laughs and some tears, but is it enough to find true love in the end? It's a wonderful sweet story full of emotion. Lizzie has written another winner in my opinion and I can't wait to read the next one in April.
I think what ultimately appealed to me about the story was that both of the characters weren't looking for (or really believed in) love. Marcy and Craig had a great connection from the get-go and their chemistry only seemed to grow stronger throughout the process of Marcy filming the show. Both of these characters were rich in depth but I found myself drawn to (and falling in love with) Craig. He's supposed to be this douchey radio personality but the more I got to know him, the more I loved him. Craig's background took me by surprise but ultimately shaped his personality and resolve as to what kind of man he was. Not everyone is who they seem and I loved finding out exactly how amazing Craig was. Marcy was a pretty decent heroine. She suited Craig and I enjoyed her growth into a more confident woman in all aspects of her life.
I assumed there would be some sort of love triangle throughout this book but to my surprise there wasn't as much focus on the other guys involved in the story being that the book was centered around a reality dating show where the heroine had to go on "dates" with all of them. I found myself dreading the end once a passionate moment between Marcy and Craig came to fruition, fearing this book would run parallel to an incident that I wish I didn't know actually took place on "The Bachelorette". And with her having to make a choice of who she would end up with, I thought the author would go for the stupidly dramatic option. She surprised me with the direction the story took though and I was pleased with the way things turned out for the characters. I probably won't read the other books in the series because I don't think I could tolerate anymore "reality dating" type of scenarios but this one was a winner for me so I'd suggest it just because Marcy and Craig had a sweet love story.
This story is about the Miss Right getting to be the star and picking the bachelor for her. She admits right up front, to us the readers, that she is in it for the publicity and to help her gain attention for her real profession, being a writer. So she goes in with the idea that maybe it will help her sell books and IF she meets the perfect guy along the way then so much the better. She knows how to play the game and she is willing to do it.
You will recognize some of the bachelors as guys we have seen on previous shows on TV. But what she is not prepared for is the bad boy that is a bad boy but not a nut job. He is on the show to try and gain a TV job. He is not interested in love and he tells her right up front what his real motives are. Not too far from the TV show as we watched guys promoting themselves thinking they were going to make it big once the audience got a look at them. But this bad boy is just too much. You can't help but love him. He has his issues and justifiably so, he didn't have an easy upbringing and it shaped his life. He thinks he wants one thing but when confronted with the real thing, he is not so sure of his end goal.
The producer on the show is one manipulating witch of a woman. I'm sure her part was probably pretty close to real life. But as with all of them, she too has her issues. The book is eye opening, funny, romantic and a little scary as you hold your breath waiting to see how it is all going to play out. The more I read, the more invested I became. it was a really good read and very entertaining. I don't think I will ever watch the TV show with the same perspective. Or, see the characters playing the parts of bachelor or gals going after him! They are all very "special"!!! It is a fun read and I definitely recommend it. You will finish reading with a smile on your face.
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 my opinion, nothing more, nothing less.