Review: Fake Fiancée by Ilsa Madden-Mills

Fake Fiancée Fake Fiancée by Ilsa Madden-Mills
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

FAKE FIANCEE was a surprisingly light and easy read. It had moments of drama, which was to be expected because it was set at college, but it ranked very low on the scale of angst. The characters were well-developed and the plot was fluid and easy to follow. I'll be picking up more books by this author in the future.

At 17 years old, Sunny was running away. She had had enough of what was waiting for her at home and she was ready to start anew. Unfortunately she lost control of her stolen getaway car and ended up at the bottom of the lake. As luck would have it, a concerned passerby came to her rescue. Her hero was Max. However, before they could exchange names, Sunny continued her escape.

Fast forward four years and Max is the hottest quarterback in college history, on the fast track to the Heisman. His whole life is football and he can't afford any distractions or any smears to his name. Sunny is his new neighbor, who agrees to help him fend off the drama by pretending to be his girlfriend and later fiancee. Fate or destiny or kismet ran heavy throughout this plot and these two couldn't fight it and pretty soon start to lose all pretense.

I enjoyed the characters and was very entertained by the plot. It truly was a lovely story and my only complaint was that I wanted more time spent with Sunny and Max as a real couple.

Release Date: February 7, 2017
Genre: New Adult Contemporary Sports Romance
POV: Dual - 1st person
Steam: 3 out of 5
Book Type: Standalone

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