Review:  Pretend It’s Love (Behind the Bar) by Stefanie London

Title:  Pretend It’s Love

Author: Stefanie London

Publisher: Entangled: Lovestruck

Publication Date: September 28, 2015

Format: eBook

Genre:  Adult Contemporary Romance

Pages:  203 pages

Rating:  5/5 stars

Synopsis:

One fake relationship shaken not stirred…

Bar manager Paul Chapman is sick of his family’s traditional ideals. Marriage, babies, and a white picket fence? Not his gig. But now that his ‘golden child’ big brother is tying the knot, Paul’s screwed. His ex will be there…and she’s having his cousin’s baby. Unless he wants to show up to the wedding alone and face his family’s scrutiny, he needs a girl on his arm. Now.

Cocktail specialist Libby Harris has spent her life earning the nickname Little Miss Perfect, all to win the love of her wealthy, controlling father. But she deviated from his plan, and now her business is on shaky ground. If it fails, she might as well kiss his respect-and her dream-good-bye. Her only hope? Convince the hottest bar in town to take on her product.

Luckily for her, the owner’s brother is sexy as sin and in need of a perfect girlfriend…

 

 

I received this copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

 

Review:   What a great book. This is the book version of the perfect romantic comedy movie. Paul and Libby have issues and they need each other so they make a deal. This is a great story of pretend becoming real and a sweet little happily ever after. I loved it!

 

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