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Temporary Wife Temptation - Book Breakdown

Much more than he bargained for…

“You want me to find you a wife?”

“No. I want you to be my wife.”

Garrett Song is this close to taking the reins of his family’s LA fashion empire…until the Song matriarch insists he marry her handpicked bride first. To block her matchmaking, he recruits Natalie Sobol to pose as his wife. She needs a fake spouse as badly as he does. But when passion burns down their chaste agreement, the flames could destroy them all…









Book Breakdown 


Natalie just wants to adopt her niece after her sister passed away, when a promotion at work comes up she knows she's perfect for the job and she's willing to do whatever it takes... even fake marrying her boss.

Garrett has sworn never to fall in love because he doesn't want to end up like his father. He just wants to be CEO of the company his grandparents built. But his grandmama has other plans when she tells him she has a wife picked out for him. He refuses, telling her he already has a fiancée... problem is he doesn't have one. 

When Garrett and Natalie run into each other at a club, Garrett asks her to be his fake wife. The only catch, it's over when they both have what they want. It seems simple enough, right? But desire can be hard to ignore... 

No secret baby trope!!!! I love Harlequin novels but they use the secret baby or pregnancy trope way too much. I hate those tropes with a passion! But this novel is clear of them! Thank God! 

The writing is great, the story is wonderful, and I love the cover so much that I swoon just looking at it. I have nothing bad to say about this novel. NOTHING! It's a perfect little read that I will hold close to my heart. It's probably going to be a top read for me this year. That's how good it is! If you love romance and the trope of fake wedding/fake dating, this is for you!

*Thanks to NetGalley for this title in exchange for an honest review*


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