Friday, 29 March 2013

Review: Falling for her Fiancé

Falling For Her Fiance
Title: Falling for her Fiancé
Author: Cindi Madsen
My Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Purchase: Amazon | B&N

Synopsis: Danielle and Wes have been best friends since college, so when Wes needs a date for his sister’s wedding and Dani needs a partner for her company’s retreat, they devise the perfect plan: a fake engagement to get through both events unscathed. Adrenaline-junkie Wes can prove to both his ex and his family that he’s well and truly moved on, and serious-minded Dani can prove to her boss that she’s worthy of the promotion he seems to only want to give to a family-oriented employee.

But amid the fake swoons, fake kisses, and forced proximity, neither expects the very real feelings that develop. There’s nothing more dangerous than falling for your best friend…but what if the landing is worth the fall?

"I think that makes it harder to get over. I guess when it comes to love, we're all kind of idiots, seeing the world with blinders."

I am a certified sucker for best-friends-turned-lovers kind of stories and Cindi Madsen didn't disappoint me. This book is one of those that would make you really feel good after reading it and make you want to daydream. Or maybe that was just me..

Wes and Dani's friendship was adorable. Despite living miles apart, they remained sweet and protective to each other. They enjoy their bets and pushes each other to achieve their best. For short, they are definitely good for each other. They've been comfortable with their friendship for so long that they didn't recognized the spark but thank god for awesome situations that led this two into each others arms.

I really enjoyed reading this one. It has moment that would definitely make your toes curl but it was balanced with some pull because of their denial. I swear I had let out some groan when they can't seem to tell that what they have isn't one sided. Wes and Dani is an awesome pair that would amuse you and will make you root for them.


This copy was provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This did not influence my review in any way.