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    Love this hero!

    Sam has always been the good girl, the perfect girl, the smart girl. When her grandfather continues to pressure her into marrying, and an old school friend needs help after being released from prison, she takes her first rebellious step. For one year, Sam and Hunter will be married. He will have a job with her grandfather’s company as well as a place to live and she will have a practice husband. Unfortunately, one of Hunter’s conditions is that she learn to take risks and open herself up to life. Easy, right? Poor Sam. She was just so caught up in her method of staying safe, never rocking the boat or trying new things. Hunter has quite the challenge on his hands to pull her from her sedate lifestyle but her desire to experience hot sex is an enjoyable endeavor. I hurt for her inability to step out of the world she lived in and loved Hunter for pushing her limits although never running roughshod over her in the process. Hunter was so kind and gentle and so very determined to be and do whatever was necessary to fulfill his side of the marriage bargain. I worried that he might lose himself in the process. However, it was his own past that held him captive. Without his point of view I was completely clueless regarding his true issues and emotions. Was he all in or just abiding by the outline he and Sam had set at the onset of their arrangement? This was a great read, written in clean precise prose that never gave way to repetition or unnecessary details and introspection which resulted in a fast pace. The characters were so real and their conflict completely human. Despite Sam’s love of fiction she was living a new life, not that of a fairy tale, but one that consisted of all the pain and joy that could be expected in such a relationship. I loved watching this couple as they struggled together and independently. The steam level is relatively high, the secondary characters mostly consisting of the heroine’s family, two which have their own stories. I would’ve liked to have seen what the future held for Hunter in regards to his own past issues but the epilogue was otherwise absolutely perfect. Overall, an extremely enjoyable read and one I’d especially recommend to those who like a hero who rides the line between alpha and beta. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book provided by NetGalley. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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    Sweet romance

    Hunter is a sweet guy, loyal to a fault. In fact, he's so loyal that things in his life turn for the worse and he ends up in jail. Now that he's out, he's got a chance with Sam and he's not going to blow it... or is he going to let the demons from his past steel his future? Samantha was the good sister, the one that never brings trouble to the family and she did just what her grandfather wanted without even noticing it. She got married. *smiles* The good thing for her, she married the boy she loved and got a happily ever after. I loved Noelle Adams writing style. The book was well done, with a steady pace that made it even fast for me because before I knew it, I was done with the book. In one sitting. That is just great though because it means the story has a good hook and it's very interesting. The sweetness in this story was just adorable at times. Samantha was so inexperienced in life and Hunter, taking her into those experiences and keeping her with him was awesome. I loved him even more for those moments of sweetness. I would recommend this book to anymore that loves a good romance to spend your time in. I don't think you can go wrong with Practice Husband. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book provided by Netgalley. The opinions expressed are my own.
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    Addictive read!!!

    Another awesome read by Noelle Adams! I just love her books and Practice Husband was no different. I loved the fact that this book has a little bit of everything romance, steamy scenes and comedy. Sam might have used her sisters idea and married for convinced and to help Hunter out but as they get to know each other better, they couldn’t help but start to fall in love with each other. I thought that it was supper sweet when Hunter told Sam the meaning of his tattoo and what it actually was. I just thought that, that was so romantic and even though Sam might have had a crush on Hunter in high school and thought he didn’t return her feelings I was happy to know that she was so wrong. Practice Husband was such a fun read that I can’t wait to read the other installment of the Trophy Husbands series. A must read! ***Received this ARC by NetGalley as an exchange for an honest review.
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    Another Great Story!! Loved It

    Another great read in the Trophy Husband series. I liked the premise and both main characters in this story. We meet Sam who is one of the three sisters whose Granddad aka Pop who is a real piece of work wanting his girls to marry. Sam is the brain of the sisters, 3 masters degrees and still in school studying pointlessly. When she runs into her high school crush Hunter Ness, newly released from jail and needs a home and a job to stay out of jail, Sam sees this as a good thing. She needs a man she can practice being a wife to. Hunter meets that need. So Hunter moves in with Sam and gets a job working with Melissa. Hunter is an extremely bright and talented with numbers, his job is a little beneath him, but he likes the job and is grateful. Sam lives in this storybook world, seriously. It was a little annoying at times, but I understood (maybe) where she came from with it, having no point of reference for most of these things in her life. She tended to overthink and overanalyze and it often presented some big problems for her with Hunter. Thankfully Hunter was a patient man and trying to deal with his own things. It was great to watch these two grow into a relationship with each other, not without a few misunderstandings, (Sam overthinking things) Never saw anyone keep a lockdown on her feelings the way this one did. I really love the three sisters and how they support each other but are blatantly honest also. It's Chelsea that calls Sam out on her problem. Hunter is such a great guy you can't help but love him. We get some backstory, just enough to understand what happened in his past, he's such a sweetheart and if you ask me and you didn't, far to patient with Sam. Even when he barks at her now and then. He's bossy in a cute way. Someone has to pull this girl out of her world. Hunter does that. Man, I love that guy. This is another great read from Noelle and I can't wait for Chelsea up next!! 4.5 stars. *arc from NetGalley and publisher for an honest review*
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    ...an inspiring tale of hope and salvation.

    It's tough to move away from the past when every step finds you within the same place. Hunter and Sam had a destiny. They were meant to be together, but life kept getting in the way. Practice Husband is a chance to start over for two people who never seemed to get it right. Hunter is so much more than his sordid past and with a helping hand from a valued friend, he has a chance to move away from the chains of prison and into the light of the real world. Sam is a bit naive, but her beautiful heart is a treasure just waiting to shine it's value. What began in heartache became an inspiring tale of hope and salvation.
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