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    OK read

    This was just an ok read for me. Pretty typical fake fiance trope with nothing that really made it stand out for me. It is well written and the characters well developed, I just never really connected with them. Jack Foster needs a fiance to seal the deal on him making partner at his accounting firm. Adeline Rigby wants to become fluent in French before she leaves for Paris and Jack is the man who can help her achieve that. When he proposes this deal she thinks it may work out well as long as they follow the rules..... Not a bad read, just not a favorite for me.
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    Loved!

    Loved! This is a delicious novel about Jack, who desperately wants to become partner at his firm, and Adeline, an aspiring chef who longs to go to Paris to study. Jack's boss has very traditional views of roles. First, that no man should become a partner without being married and, second, that a wife belongs at home and not in the work force. Jack shares these views. Its hard to believe that such dinosaurs still exist, but, sadly, they do, and the author has drawn an interesting picture of one such man involved with a woman very much interested in her own career. Adeline agrees to help Jack by becoming his pretend fiance, but somewhere along the way real feelings got involved, but Adeline is convinced she can't have a career and a marriage. This is a fun book that is made me smile and keep turning the pages just as quickly as possible. Fans of the genre will love this book. I've added the author to my must read authors' list.
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    ...hauntingly sweet yet soulful journey.

    A firmly embedded memory that stays on the mind. Like learning the words to a favorite song or playing a tune out of time. Adie and Jack, bewitched my heart and proved be like a fine wine. The Attraction of Adeline is an emotional roller coaster ride. Adie has all the makings of a beautiful treasure, but her heart and spirit has been broken down by life. Lonely, heartbroken and never good enough, has taught her what it means to be tough. Until shelter from the storm arrives with a relationship of convenience. Jack shares a similar outlook with Adie. Betrayal has taught him to keep his heart on lock down and his head out of the clouds. With one look Adie has made him rethink that. Her shields seem impenetrable. Yet he wants to break them down. Her eyes are pools of heartache, in which he wants to drown. Her heart may be off limits, but his is down for the count. Alluring, heartbreaking and endearing, The Attraction of Adeline is a hauntingly sweet yet soulful journey of courageous hope.
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