FAR FROM PERFECT
This is a pleasant and enjoyable read, although all the main themes are predictable. The interesting settings and descriptions of the world of beautiful people are well done.
Anna decides she no longer wants her virginity at age 20, so she gives it to the man of her dreams — Nick Lisitano, who instantly regrets his participation. Four years later, the billionaire playboy returns to her with a proposition: pretend to be his fiancée in order to cheer up his critically ill father. Despite Nick’s fear of commitment and her own reaction to their forced proximity, she still agrees to the arrangement. Her cool façade is threatened when Anna sees photos of Nick with a certain redheaded Italian bombshell plastered all over the tabloids. (SAMHAIN, Jan., 216 pp., $14.00)
Donna M. Brown