Dylan Hargreave thinks I'm an actress paid to pose as his girlfriend at a North Carolina society wedding. How did this happen to me, of all people? Kendall Clarke, award-winning actuary, the veritable shining star of number crunchers who, just hours ago, learned her responsible fiance (sorry,... show more
Dylan Hargreave thinks I'm an actress paid to pose as his girlfriend at a North Carolina society wedding. How did this happen to me, of all people? Kendall Clarke, award-winning actuary, the veritable shining star of number crunchers who, just hours ago, learned her responsible fiance (sorry, ex-fiance) called off our wedding because he'd gotten one of my colleagues pregnant. What are the odds?Don't tell me you've never heard of Dylan Hargreave. Celebrity NASCAR driver? People magazine's Sexiest Man of the Year? Those eyes. That smile...Forget sensible! I've assessed the risk...and I'm taking it! I usually keep the brakes on, but as of now I'm taking a vacation. From me.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: February 1st 2007
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
, Category Romance
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Sports And Games
, Sports Romance
Series: Harlequin NASCAR (#2)
This was a decent, fast read. Can't really say it was worth more than an ""I liked it"" because some of the things that happened in the book were so implausable, like everyone accepting that the heroine's slip is actually her dress. It blurred that line between believable and fantastic too much fo...
This story had a good beginning but midway is started to drag when the main characters mostly ruminate. The hero fought the relationship so much that I didn't believe him in the end. Kendall's fiance breaks up just before she accepts an actuary award and she accidentally ends up as fake girlfriend ...
Cute story. The only "G" rated Romance I've ever read. This was a free book.
Not so much of a romance than a NASCAR tribute, but still a lovely and entertaining read. Made me want to clobber the hero over the head a few times, but I loved the heroine. Her gradual change from shy mouse to feisty lioness determined to fight for what she wants was almost bitter-sweet and slow e...