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    Romance - Marriage of Convenience

    You Can Have Manhattan by P. Dangelico Frank Blackstone is a master manipulator and what he wants is to have his Scott, his son, and his general counsel, Sydney Evans, marry one another. His motives are suspect and since Scott and Sydney do not like one another to get them to actually tie the knot takes knowing just which buttons to push. A marriage of convenience that is not very convenient for bride or groom with quite a few issues to overcome is the basis of this story. I have to say I found Sydney remarkable and strong and a woman to be admired. She was honest, gave of herself and never asked for much in return. She thrived in spite of her horrific childhood and truly impressed me. Scott, on the other hand, seemed rather immature for a man of 38. He had always been a bit spoiled and did what he wanted but seemed to be a bit better the past eight years...then again...when things didn’t go his way he really didn’t like it. Scott was almost as manipulative as his father and knew just how to strike where it would hurt the most. There eventually was a HEA but only after the couple went through a LOT to get there. They did belong together but there were times I wanted to boot Scott to the curb...while other times I really liked him. In addition to the marriage of convenience, the ups and downs and all the rest there were a few characters in the story I would love to see books written about. Ryan and Drake were two that come to mind. Did I enjoy this story? I did Would I like to read more by this author? Definitely Thank you to NetGalley and the author for the ARC – This is my honest review 5 Stars
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    Review: You Can Have Manhattan

    You Can Have Manhattan by P. Dangelico is a standalone contemporary romance that is enemies to lovers / fake marriage / second chances tropes all rolled into one excellent and awesome emotional story! This story of Sydney Evans & Scott Blackstone is phenomenal. I couldn't put it down and it elicited ALL the feels. From each of their misinformed opinions of each other, the distant relationship Scott has with his father, the underhanded behavior, the reactions and the emotions and the attraction was palpable in every page. I absolutely loved this and HIGHLY recommend it! Enjoy!
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    A new author to me and boy did she make a fan out of me. A fantastic arranged marriage of enemies to lovers that is full of sexual tension, emotions and heart. Sydney Evans is an amazing woman. She has worked hard for everything in her life, her mantra....I’m a thriver not a survivor. She is loyal to one man, her boss, Frank Blackstone, who has groomed her to take over his company. So when he tells her she must marry his son, her loyalty and her compassion agrees. Scott Blackstone is a playboy turned cowboy. He’s running a ranch in Wyoming and is content and happy to be away from NYC. But when his father says he must marry Sydney or lose the ranch land he loves, what choice does he have? Sydney and Scott start off on the wrong foot or I should say Scott sets out to make Sydney miserable. But over time, these two grow on each other and start to develop real feelings. But a secret that Sydney holds could bring down the house of cards. Only time will tell if these lovers will go back to enemies once the secret is out. I loved the progression of this story. It was filled with animosity, friendship, hilarious moments, heartfelt moments, sexy tenderness and a fabulous epilogue. Parts of this story were heavy weighted but the author showed how thriving from your past can be done. I will say that I loved the secondary characters. They were great compliments to both Sydney and Scott. Overall, a great read for lovers of enemies to lovers troupe. I thought the added part of an arranged marriage was fitting to these enemies. A story that entertains and puts a smile on your face.
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