Book Reviews

A Fake Marriage Boxset

My edition: Kindle own
Series: Boxset of 5 books
Genre: Romance Contemporary, Fake Marriage
Publish: June 1st, 2019
Overall rating: 3 stars


They never meant to fall in love.

Marrying a Cowboy

When a fake marriage turns real.

Emma seems destined to be the perpetual bridesmaid. Especially when her one potential groom dumped her on her birthday a year ago.

Austin must fulfill his grandmother’s marriage stipulation in order to inherit his grandfather’s ranch. After a broken heart, he decided that love isn’t going to be a requirement for marriage anymore.

Both are at the mercy of every do-gooder matchmaker, so they concoct a plan. A fake marriage between the two of them would be beneficial for both.

What could go wrong?

When they fly to Austin’s Montana ranch, they’re optimistic that they’ve come up with the greatest arrangement. When the relationship is fake, no feelings get hurt.

Until it’s no longer fake.

Marrying an Athlete

Kissing was a mistake.

Anna’s life has been in a slump ever since her boss and boyfriend—who happened to be the same person—dumped her.

Michael’s running from a stupid mistake.

When Michael’s little sister, McKenna, who happens to be Anna’s best friend asks for a favor, they both agree.

It was simple. Fake a marriage and join McKenna and her husband at a marriage counseling resort. Besides, the drunken kiss they shared two years ago was definitely a one-time mistake.

If they can only leave their feelings in the past, they just might survive this island getaway.

Marrying a Billionaire

The contract said it all, feelings were forbidden.

Lillian is desperate for a job. Six months pregnant and recently divorced, she needs health insurance. Now.

Reed is trying to get over his broken heart and to make matters worse, he discovers that he needs to be married to inherit his family’s billion-dollar investment company. But marriage isn’t in his future anymore, so it doesn’t matter.

Out of desperation, Reed’s mom puts in a call to an elite matchmaking agency to find him a contract wife.

After an episode of mistaken identity, Lillian finds herself contractually obligated to marry Reed. Which is the ideal relationship for the both of them.

When a contract is involved, no one gets hurt.

Until feelings begin to change.

Marrying a Prince

To save the prince, she must agree to marry him.

Marianna has sworn off men. After all, they only hurt you the moment they have the chance.

Prince Leonardo is in America with one mission: propose to the woman he doesn’t love because his parents think it will be the best thing for their country.

When he hits his head, he fakes amnesia with the hopes that his parents will let him off the hook. After all, they wouldn’t force him to marry someone he doesn’t remember, right?


Desperate to get away, Leo “accidentally” proposes to Marianna.

The plan is perfect.


Marrying a Cowboy
Rating: 3.5

Super cute. A little fast paced but Austin and Emma were adorable. If you don’t like cutesy adorableness that is on the edge of turning corny, run now.

Marrying an Athlete
Rating: 4

Anna and Michael were way more adorable than Austin and Emma. It also helped it was a best friend to lovers. Way more chemistry and way more gushy cutesy lovey dovey cuteness.

Marrying a Billionaire
Rating: 4

I really loved this one. I like the build up. Wish it was longer and more drawn out but beggars can’t be choosers.

Marrying a Prince
Rating: 3.5

Cute but after reading these in a row I’m starting to get a bit bored.

Marrying a Spy
Rating: 2 stars

Eh… wasn’t really feeling this one. Skimmed the last chapters.

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