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    Great fun

    Awesome story, awesome characters. I laughed many times. I read a looooooot of romance, but Dan has to be my favourite male character ever. I thought Kat was a bit inconsistent, but hey, I got over it.
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    More than expected

    Marriage of Inconvenience by Penny Reid is book #7 in her Knitting in the City Series. Kat (Tanner) Tyson needs to get married in a hurry. Last month would be preferable. Her scumbag cousin is trying to have her committed to a mental institution so that he can take her inheritance and her family's company. Her only option is the man she has had a crush on for years, and one terrible cringe-worthy experience, Dan "the security man" O'Malley. What Kat doesn't know is that Dan has had a thing for her for just as long and their past experience and current lack of romantic relationship is based on a rather silly misunderstanding. Dan jumps at the chance to take Kat up on her offer. Seeing it as a way to start a real relationship with her. sadly for both of them, life is not ready to let them have it easy as both have personal issues to work though as well as families that make them seem practically normal in comparison. This book had some heft to it, in a good way. The story was engaging on many levels and the characters dynamic, interesting and evolving. The struggles they are presented with are real world ones that are magnified by the circumstances they are put in. I loved how Dan and Kat were with each other. Wanting each other, but hesitant, and really building a relationship with all the complexities and pitfalls. Marriage of Inconvenience really goes the distance and runs a gamut of craziness, life, love, romance, passion and marriage. I very much recommend Marriage of Inconvenience by Penny Reid. The story of Kat and Dan is so much more than just a fake marriage that turns into a real one. The passion, intrigue and thought provoking aspects make it even better. (I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book I received for free from the publisher in exchange for my open and honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.)
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    Esperanza y Amor

    Sencillamente es genial, nos muestra como cuando salimos de nuestra zona y nos atrevemos a preguntar, los resultados pueden traernos la felicidad que hemos tratando de encontrar sin atrevernos a tomarla. Dan y Kate son divertidos sin proponerselo ;) Quiero más de esta maravillosa familia!!
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    Excellent series

    This is an awesome series - romance for the intelligent. Thoughtful, raw, funny, real - I loved every book in the series and will be seeking out other books by Penny Reid.
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    Knitting in the City 7: Marriage of Inconvience

    Marriage of Inconvenience by Penny Reid is the seventh full length romance in her Knitting in the City series. This is Dan the Security Man and Kit-Kat's story, also known as Dan O'Malley and Kathleen Caravel-Tyson. Told in dual POV and can be read as a standalone this is yet another fantabulously wonderful tale from one of my absolute favorite authors, ever! I absolutely adored getting to see more of Dan's perspective having become familiar with him throughout the series. His outlook on Kat, his relationship with his brother, his origins in Boston and his Dog Wally's real name! Kit-Kat was always an enigma throughout the previous books. Quite, supportive, loyal and obviously attracted to Dan but with little else to go on seeing things from her perspective was also eye-opening and keenly interesting. These two mis-matched people together crated an absolutely perfect whole. Despite the difference int their upbringings, one person's lack was another's strength and the depth of their feelings for each other just could NOT be kept down. An addictive page-turner that was devoured in as short a time as possible I highly recommend any and all things Penny Reid. Enjoy!
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