Book Review

by Charlene Teglia

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance
Sensuality: HOT

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This amusing concoction of the fun and flirty is an enjoyable ride, as two single people pretend to be in love to fool their families and end up fooling themselves right into love. The story doesn't delve too deeply, but if you're looking for something light with a touch of the whimsical, look no further.

Another holiday season
is here, and Jordan Christian can't bear the thought of her brothers once again fixing her up with the perfect man. This year's candidate, Seymour the undertaker, has disaster written
all over him. She places an ad in a
singles paper requesting a pretend fiance for the holidays and promises
to return the favor if needed.

The ad is a godsend to Luke Foster. He's been so busy setting up his new business that he hasn't had time for
a relationship, and he can do without
his sisters' help. But after meeting, the two don't understand why they are suddenly looking to make an appearance
at every family gathering. Luke and Jordan are such good actors that
their families are convinced they're
in love. Is it all an act? (CERRIDWEN, Dec. '07, 182 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Sandra Garcia-Myers

Publisher: Cerridwen

Published: December 2007

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