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Winning a Groom in 10 Dates (The Fun Factor #2)

3.55 of 5 stars 3.55  ·  rating details  ·  62 ratings  ·  11 reviews
As a teenager, geeky Sophie adored gorgeous Brandon. He protected her from the bullies, but was too tough for the sweet small-town girl to crack. Then he left for the army....Now the rebel's back--just in time to rescue Sophie from attending her ex-fiance's engagement party alone. He'll be her stand-in boyfriend and convince everyone they're wildly in love!
Paperback, 185 pages
Published July 13th 2010 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2010)
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4.5 stars
A perfect blend of fun & emotional intensity. Thanks to CC s talent, this is not the standard fake relationship story. The characters are wonderful. A hero to die for and an ordinary girl from a small American town. Sophie had a cruch on brand since they were teens. The characters development is beautifully executed. Sophie develops from an insecure, self- conscious, almost pathetic girl always in need of hero s help, to a confident, assertive woman, who knows what she wants & g
I'm so torn as to whether to give this four stars or five. This is Mills and Boon, it's not deep, and soul searching; it's brain candy. A feel good romance at it's best.

Part of me wanted this book to be Heat/Modern Romance, and see some of the sexual tension lead to the bedroom, (because Brandon is just so damn sexy!) but a part of me just loved the sensual tenderness and the frustrations of fancying the pants off someone that these books provoke.

This story, is very similar to something I am w
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A great story! I really liked this book with its small town setting and big heart. This book was funny at times, emotional at others and deeply introspective on the whole.

Brand was sexy and macho in a CIA covert operative kinda way and Sophie was funny and endearing. A perfect pairing! You can't help but fall in love with Brand and Sophie's story, both these characters go through a journey of self-discovery as the story progesses leading to their HEA.
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I really liked this book. It had humor, emotion, a little action/suspense feeling, and a sassy, sexy happy ever after. I would dedinitely read this book again. I liked the emotions portrayed and had really felt them. I liked the self discovery and the way it makes me want to take a look at myself, even if I know that won't necessarily be fun or a happy event. I'll most likely procrastinate, but the book makes me want to look hard and deep and improve and correct. ENJOY!!!
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I rarely rate a serial Harlequin book 5 stars. They're just cranked out on a formula and although might be good, rarely are unique or excellent. This book is. I cried at the end. Both characters show alot of personal growth and both the couple and the relationship feels real. Within the first 20 pages of the book you like both characters and care what happens to them. I love that she finally got the confidence to go after what she wanted. A true love story.
Sweet, solid Harlequin Romance novel. I loved the small town feel of it & the characters were amazing. I wanted to give this book more than 3 stars, but I like to get to know main characters through dialogue & not through long narrations. And this book had plenty of them. Other than that, I thought it was quite enjoyable.
Jenny Schwartz
I like Cara Colter's honorable heroes and quietly strong heroines. Winning a Groom in 10 Dates has both. The ending felt a little rushed, but the book is a keeper. A sweet journey to love.
Jan 17, 2011 Carrie rated it 4 of 5 stars
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This is a fun contemporary romance. The couple really fit each other well and I loved the character growth of the heroine. They both made each other better.
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that was really good..i loved how much sophie changed in the end and it was a great romance plot.
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sweet, dreamy n memorable <3 :)
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Cara Colter was born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, surrounded by ranches, but she was always a reluctant city girl. A journalism graduate, she has been making her living with words for her entire adult life. Before published her first romance novel in 1987, she wrote educational materials, newspaper stories, magazine articles and even sermons!

"I am living proof that dreams come true," Cara says. "I
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