Wednesday, 4 May 2016

Review: The Accidental Boyfriend by Maggie Dallen

What do you do when Mr. Right seems oh-so-wrong?

Holly Sinclair is ready to have it all. She's even found her Mr. Right--a steady, reliable guy who just needs a little convincing. Now all the former wild child has to do is free herself of her very inconvenient attraction to Jack Everett. Not only does the notorious playboy and tabloid king seduce her at her sister's wedding, he follows her to Paris! Suddenly, Holly is alone with Jack in the most romantic city in the world--and his family is leaping to the wrong conclusions…

The world's most infamous bachelor has finally met his match. If Jack was the type to settle down, Holly would be the woman of his dreams. There's just one hitch: Holly actually believes she wants to marry Mr. Oh-So-Boring. Intent on proving that she deserves someone better, Jack finds himself playing the role of the perfect boyfriend…a little too well. If he's not careful, he might just lose this game--and his heart.

Paperback, 156 pages
Expected publication: May 24th 2016 by Kensington Publishing Corporation

Terri's Thoughts

I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.  The expected publication date is May 24, 206.

This story is part of a really cute series however can be read as a stand alone.  I did have the opportunity to read the previous story The Accidental Engagement so I was excited to read this one.

This story is every girls guilty pleasure.  What can be better than a love story that take place in the city of romance, Paris.  Although not on the top of my list of places to go I can see the appeal.

I loved that Holly and Jack were exactly the same.  Both struggling with their sense of identity yet both grasping everything they can from life.  Both adventurous, outgoing and fun.  The fact that they were at odds with what they wanted from life added to their chemistry.  The fact that what they thought they wanted and what they really needed were two different things added to the drama of the story.

At the end of the day, you knew how this story was going to end but it didn't matter.  What mattered was the fun along the way and that was plentiful!

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