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  • Excellent

    Such an excellent read! It starts off fun and full of surprises and gets better from there. While it is the usual fake fiancee trope it has a new and fresh twist that makes it a complete joy to read. The characters of Camden and Jeanie feel genuine and real and so does the off the charts chemistry between the two. I highly recommend this one for everyone's must read list.

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  • The Penthouse Prince

    I really loved this book. I fell in love with Jeanie and eventually Camden. I just wished Camden had admitted his feelings sooner and both of them need to reveal what they’re feeling.

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  • Finding a penthouse princess

    Camden Jones is Janie Long's employer. She goes upstairs to talk to him about her boss sleeping with his boss. Only to find him in the middle of his own complicated situation and asking her to be his pretend fiance to fool his father. Jeanie is not sure what to do or say. She does not think she will be able to keep her job. Each time she tries to do hers and obey the rules, she seems to have a problem. Now her main CEO boss wants her to play house? Camden has a father who he wants to get even with. He killed his mother for all intents and purposes and he wants to see him lose everything. He recruits Jeanie since his other fake fiance went off and slept with someone else trying to stir up trouble. He did not count on Jeanie, though. She makes him want everything he never thought he wanted. Jeanie is afraid to feel too much. She needs the money this arrangement can bring. For her sister especially. The life she can give her would be a better one. Her mother will prove to be a problem, she figures, but with more funds, she can do more. Camden wants to convince her they can be married forever. First, he has to get her to say "I DO." She is the first woman he has ever thought that about. He wants to try for forever. What words does she need? He is even jealous of his own best friend when he talks to Jeanie. Their relationship is quite an amazing read. There is banter, sexy times, family time, and so much more. I found that this book was worth every penny. I recommend we all get this book and talk about it!

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  • Penthouse Prince

    I enjoyed this book and especially the character of the female lead, although he was unusual and spectacular in many ways too. The presence of a child and her future in the mix always adds extra emotional layers for me. Well done!

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  • Perfection

    With this book, Virginia Nelson has permanently engraved her name on my must-read author list. Forever. Different than other books I have read by her but equally as good, I absolutely loved it. She can write any genre it seems. Jeanie is a wonderful character with a mouth I can definitely relate with. Actually, all the characters were well-developed to the point I could easily envision them having their own stories one day. Their development was well-written without any rushes or skips. The smallest details are part of each character’s journey. The love story was remarkable and left me happy with a goofy grin on my face at the end…and isn’t that the hope we have when we pick up a romance novel in the first place? Thank you to NetGalley, Virginia Nelson, and Entangled Publishing for giving me the opportunity to read this story and share my honest thoughts and opinions with others.

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