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  • Fake relationship to more

    This is the first book I’ve read by Alys Murray and I’ve already purchased the previous books in this series, so I can read when time permits. This is the story of the last single Anderson sibling, Rose, and Cole, an up and coming actor. Cole left a television series and is going to star in a movie. He realizes he needs some help to pull off the non-existent chemistry with the female star. Enter Annie, a friend to both Cole and Rose, with the perfect solution. Rose has her own reasons for getting Cole on board with her plan and Cole figures this will be the perfect way to get his ex, Vivienne, back. I won’t leave any spoilers, but if you enjoy fake relationship stories, then you will enjoy this book. I received an advanced reader copy of this book from NetGalley and Bookouture and this is my voluntary and honest review.

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  • Endearing romance

    This is a very sweet and tender love story. Rose is trying to get her family off her back about finding true love, Cole is trying to win back the woman who broke his heart. They decide to pretend-date, but as the days go by they start to have feelings for each other, but neither of them are brave enough to tell the other. I love books which feature characters who have closed off their hearts, and it always warms my own heart when they let themselves be vulnerable. This is the fourth book in this series, but I haven’t read the others and it was great as a stand-alone. I received a copy of this book from the publisher. All opinions are my own.

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  • Sweet, small-town romance 💕

    3.5-4🌟stars This story struck me as more women's fiction than romance though the male lead also does his share of soul searching and emotional growth. Heroine Rose is stuck in a rut, hiding from her emotions and afraid to stretch herself toward any of her lifetime goals, including a career as a perfumier, love and a family of her own. She's got issues with her family and hopes an outsider can help solve them without putting herself out there too much to risk bursting her protective bubble. The romance between Rose and visiting actor Cole was sweet, fine, but not really all that memorable. And I found the character of Annie, one of Rose's friends, pushy and annoying. Maybe I would have enjoyed the story more if I had read the previous novels in the series about this small California town. But one thing struck me as really odd. The setting is California but several times the author describes Cole as having an American accent. Duh! Totally nondescriptive (we Americans, after all, can boast many dialects and accents but why even mention it?)! Thanks to publishers Bookouture and NetGalley for sharing an advance copy of the book; this is my voluntary and honest review.

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  • Sweet story

    This was a nice sweet romance. It was a bit predictable and maybe just a bit too long. If you’re looking for a light hearted story, something to escape into, check this book out. I did enjoy the story Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for the early copy

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  • Great read for the fire side

    Rose is looking for true love, and until she finds it, she is happy the way she is. She doesn’t mind being single as much as she doesn’t like being set up on dates by her sisters. Cole is a former tv action hero who just quit his series for the movies, and broke up with his gorgeous actress girlfriend. He is not ready to be set up with a new girl either. But they compromise by trying a fake relationship to fool some, satisfy others, and make some jealous. This is a series book, with stories previously of the other sisters in the family. If you like this, you will want to check out her sisters Good book, and lots of fun to read, if you can suspend your disbelief over being set up on a blind date with a tv star. And I can, for sure, because romance novels with small town charm have always been good friends to me! The characters were all likeable and believable. A good, charming, cozy romance. With a good message at its heart — love the people that you love, and accept them for who they are.

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