9.4.2020 | Friday

Hopeful Romantic

category: Book Reviews

Hopeful Romantictitle: Hopeful Romantic
author: Kayt Miller
published: 20 September 2016
publisher: self-published
genre(s): romance
pages: 215
source: client
format: eARC
buy/shelve it: Amazon | Goodreads

rating: five-stars

the blurb

When tragedy strikes poor Charlotte Valentine…
Nah, just playin’. There’s nothing tragic about this story, well, unless you’re talking about Charlotte Valentine’s preoccupation with romance novels. If she could have one wish, it would be to live the life of one of her favorite Heroines rather than in her boring life as a legal secretary.Her wish may come true when one lawyer at her firm, Chaz, asks her to become his fake girlfriend / fiancé. He needs to look like he’s settled down before his six-month review for partnership comes up. Charlotte jumps at the chance to help out Charles “Chaz” Winslow III because this is the moment she’s been waiting for… there are so many great romance books about fake fiancés. The faux pair always ends up falling madly in love with each other. Always. Sure, Chaz is kind of douche bag. But, he’s not bad looking, and he’s smart. Charlotte is positive she and Chaz will be live happily ever after when the six months is up. I mean, what could go wrong?
Note: This September 2016 version has been a completely revised and re-edited.Now with Charlotte and Jack’s POV.
This book is intended for a mature audience – age 18+.

About Kayt Miller

Kayt grew up in the midwest surrounded by a loving family which included three brothers, one sister, and parents who always fostered her creative side.

Kayt wrote her first book when she couldn’t find a story about a certain type of a woman and a specific kind of man. She called it Game Changer and it couldn’t have been a more appropriate title. It changed her life in many ways.

Her goal, as a writer, is to write stories that relate to all of us, to make readers laugh and maybe cry sometimes. Kayt hopes her readers can escape into a fantasy, one that’s actually possible. Sure, some of the stories are dubbed “Insta-love” but that’s okay.

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