Four Weeks Till Forever
Reading this book made my Fourth of July bearable. The book was more exciting than my actual weekend. Hehe
I liked the fast paced story. I honestly didn't get bored. It was a bonus that Mark was exceptionally handsome for the author to have described him as God being in a good mood when he was conceived. It was really nice for Nadia to incorporate a bit of a fairy tale like the Ailing Beauty, hehe. I also liked the way Mark appreciated Hilary's appetite. For food, what were you guys thinking? And I've mentioned it before, I like redheads :)
One of my fave lines from the chef "Anything worth having requires work. Especially a woman. If she's not worth the work then maybe should let her go"
And ow, the last part about Mark trying to win Hilary back maybe a bit outrageous for some. But I kinda wanted that to happen to me if I were Hilary :) over the top, yet so sweet. You better read it so you'd know the things he went through to show her he loved her. When all he really needed to do was look her in the eyes and say it, once more :)
A perfect summer romance from New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Nadia Lee--a modern-day Cinderella story featuring a billionaire restaurateur Prince Charming and a skittish secretary with a past...
He's never met a woman he wants to spend his life with...
The problem: A "real" date for his family's Fourth of July party...or he'll have to attend with the heiress his mother's picked out for him to marry.
The woman: His best friend's executive assistant, Hilary Rosenberg--the only one who can save him from this fate worse than death.
...she is convinced good men are a thing of the past.
Disillusioned by a series of painful relationships, Hilary has no interest in dating Mark--even as a pretense--for the next four weeks. He's too sexy, too smart, altogether too attractive--and a sure bet to break her heart. But she owes him a favor, and she always pays her debts.
When their charade threatens to turn into a happily ever after, can a reformed playboy convince his wary Cinderella that fairy tale endings really can come true?--Goodreads