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The Millionaire's Fake Fiancee

3.39 of 5 stars 3.39  ·  rating details  ·  31 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Harley Taizer wasn't used to dealing with her greedy parents. They'd never wanted her and made it perfectly clear by giving her to her grandfather the day she was born. It's funny how things change when money is involved. Discovering her trust fund her parents show up demanding she give them the money. Afraid of just how far his son and daughter in-law will go to get it he ...more
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I enjoyed this book immensely but rated it lower because A) Its a short book and B) I've read other stories by this author and they all just seem to follow the same formula.

That being said I still loved the story of a simple middle-class girl who comes into money through inheritance. Her Grandfather who adopted and raised her from the day she was born never hears from her biological parents until they need money from her Grandfather. Now that they've learned of her inheritance out of the wood w
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“None For You and All For Me,” or “Watch Your Back or I’ll Walk All Over It” was how Harley Taizer saw her mother and father.

It's funny how relatives come out of the woodwork when they get wind of someone inheriting a large amount of money. The heroine lived with her grandfather and had very little contact with her parents, until they found out she had a trust fund. Harley’s grandfather knew how her parents were and he wanted to prote
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I really enjoyed reading Kaspar and Harley's story. The author does a good job in telling their love story. The parents were a bit over the top and the premise not especially believable, but the rest of the tale more than made up for it. Harley is much more than the good girl people see on the surface, and Kaspar notices that right away. The subplot of his relationship with his parents is a nice counterpoint to Harley's family dynamic. This is a well-written and entertaining tale.

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I do not like the story line. It was confusing and vague at the beginning. I only begun to understand the story when i reach half of the book. It was romantic though, love at first site, swept off the feet and got married with a handsome guy/beautiful girl.
One of the many books with a doubtful woman over a clearly bewitched man the twist are good but found it a little light. I consider it more a family story but happy endings are still the best
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