Marrying Mister Perfect
Book 1, Reality Romance - Reality Romance
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Sometimes it takes a reality television show to show you the love that's right in front of you.
To Louisa Tanner, Jack Doyle is perfect--heart surgeon, loving single father, and best friend a girl could have--so it's no surprise when he's tapped as the next Mister Perfect for the reality dating series Marrying Mister Perfect.
The thought of watching her secret crush romancing a bevy of gorgeous women on national television is torture--but Jack has never seen Lou as more than his live-in nanny and pal--and now he's officially out of reach.
Jack is skeptical of reality shows as a path to love, but drastic measures are needed to shake him and Lou out of their rut. She deserves better and will never chase her dreams if she is busy taking care of him and his kids, so he vows to take the show seriously and find a new wife.
But the more stunning women he romances on command, the more he begins to realize the only woman he wants just might be the one he left back home. How can he seduce his best friend without jeopardizing their friendship? Especially when the cameras are always rolling...
"A fresh, fun voice in contemporary romance, Lizzie Shane shines!"
-RITA Nominated Contemporary Romance Author Kim Law
This was a fun book to read because it was very clever. I recommend it, and I plan on reading the other books in the series.
I'm a free-book-aholic and they're always the same bland story of quick, unrealistic 'love' and lots of money that comes from people who never seem to have to work. The story of Lou and Jack was such a breath of fresh air! They had a history, a believable history at that, and it had you rooting for Jack to make the right decision. You didn't know how they'd pull it off but the ending was everything I hoped for and so much more. Can't wait to read more books from this author!
Amazing characters throughout this series. Each book could stand alone although the characters are introduced and make minor appearances in other books. Can't recommend this author or this series enough.