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    Will Their Make-Believe Become More?

    I very much enjoyed this fun novella about two souls who didn't think they had the time to date but somehow get involved anyway! Christian's sister signs him up on an online dating site and he's not happy about it. He has just quit his job as an engineer and is involved getting his own camping business started. Mary Beth's boyfriend has dumped her. She's on the high school reunion committee and doesn't want to show up without a date so agrees to try online dating by the other committee members' request. Mary Beth and Christian meet and decide they can each "get something out of the deal".....Mary Beth needs a date to the reunion and Christian needs an introduction to Mary Beth's uncle who owns a camping store. However, Mary Beth has a dramatic request....will he become her fiancé? Maybe this make-believe will turn into something more...... I recommend this novella, which includes other fun stories! It's truly an enjoyable read!
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    A quick read that will make you smile!

    Mary Beth expected a proposal, but got a break-up instead. Her high school reunion is days away. She wasn’t supposed to go alone. In fact, winning a bet from high school depends on it. The only chance she has is to find a fake date through an online dating site. Christian is busy trying to make a success of his start-up camping equipment company. He doesn’t have time to date. So, his sister decides to help by signing him up for an online dating site. When she arranges a date, he’s too polite to simply not show up. I really enjoyed this novella! Mary Beth was so sweet. I felt for her at the beginning. She was the friend that had life figured out and was ready for the reunion. That changed in a moment. Christian was a great guy! I loved the way he followed his dream and worked hard to make it a success. It was fun to watch them try to pull-off a fake engagement, especially in front of his nosy mother. And I loved the ending! This is another great story by Julie Jarnagin! It’s filled with some good life lessons, too. I received a complimentary copy of the book. These are my honest opinions.
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    What starts as pretend, doesn't have to remain so

    Mary Beth is in a bind. Her ten year high school reunion is two weeks away and her boyfriend just called it quits. Not only is she depressed at the rejection, she's facing certain humiliation at the hands of her old nemesis over a silly bet they made years ago. So, when her best friend suggests seeking help via an online dating service, she reluctantly agrees. However, she had no idea that an online service could introduce her to such an amazing man. If only he was for real . . . Christian Fuller just wants to focus on his new business and prove to everyone that he's not a failure. However, when his sister sets him up for a date through an online service, he doesn't have the heart to leave her wondering what happened. However, when he shows up to tell her it's all a mistake, why are his emotions showing an interest in her? What follows is a really cute, light hearted story about two people realizing that what started out as pretend doesn't have to remain pretend. My conclusion is that if the author can do this well with a short story of only about 70 pages, I can't wait to read what she can do in a longer, full length novel. Romance - Clean - a couple of kisses is all Language - Clean My rating - 5 stars.

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