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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Something about this sequel was much less satisfying than the first one. Tamed by the Billionaire. Anyway, still a hoot to read, even if some parts were dragging and other parts were rushed.
And even the engqgement book didn’t have much about him either.
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As stated in my review of the Bridesmaid Lotto, the characters could have been developed better. It seemed like Mattie was always dropping everything to be there for Josie, but she didn’t really show much interest in his life or do anything for him or her other friends.
It was like reading a really self centered teenagers diary. You’ve successfully reported this review. It truly is a great disappointment for anybody at all familiar with Ga,ble.
Regretfully I think Ms Astor isn’t good with foreign country research. Apr 03, Bieke rated it engagrment it Shelves: Granted, the plot line followed Bridesmaid Lotton within a matter of months, but it almost seemed like our protagonist actually declined in development.
I love the relationship between Jake and Josie. See 1 question about Gamble on Engagement…. This is a classic example of a second book in a series that is considerably worse than the first one. Josie’s interactions with Mattie, Jennifer and Jake are part of what made the first engavement fun. Pretty good sequel Josie continues to entertain as she travels overseas to ghost-write an autobiography, but she foolishly wastes most of her allotted time. I was mostly annoyed gamb,e she took a HUGE deal of a job oversees and didn’t handle one bit of it professionally.
Just got the next book. I think there might have been one page worth of about Jake, the rest was nothing. We’ll publish them on our site once we’ve reviewed them. I was glad the Disaster Diary entries continued and didn’t stop after the first book. View all 3 comments.
Not to mention she has never written a biography, but how hard could it really be? Second – how many rich and famous men are going to fall for Josie?!?
Anyway, I’ll probably still read the third one in hopes that it’s as racheel as the first.
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I feel like a lot of things were introduced but then weren’t followed up on and then were suddenly resolved. The review must be at least 50 characters long. Book 1 was about a young lady entering a contest and meeting a movie star, in which she dated.
No other loveable characters at all. What has Josie done for Jen, or really anyone other than herself this or the entire last book?!? Love Me if You Dare. You submitted asstor following rating and review.
Just as good as the first. This time around, Josie goes to the UK to take on a ghostwriting job. Hope Falls Series Bundle: Once again someone is not what they agmble. Dec 22, Diana Hockley rated it it was ok. Josie met Jennifer through the bridesmaid lotto, and then Jennifer moved in almost as soon as the wedding was gabmle, before Josie went to London. And by the waywhat happened to the -look like the Prince- guy? Heaven forbid a engayement woman wants to have a baby.
Nov 24, Gemma Miller rated it did not like it Shelves: So lets examine it: Prince shhhhhh in the wonderful English countryside, and yet mayhem seems to follow her everywhere. She was a little naive and, like most novels in this genre, she was completely unaware of how beautiful she was, etc.
Josie McMaster is on the move to London for a top-secret stint as a ghostwriter rachfl a high profile celebrity. I read the previous book in the series a while ago, which I liked a lot more.