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Three Day Fiancée

(Animal Attraction #2)

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Helicopter pilot Taylor Blankenship’s time schedule is maxed out. Between his job, his one-hundred and fifty pound slobbering mess of a dog, and his matchmaking grandmother, he has no time for anyone or anything-especially a woman. If only there were a way to get Grams to back down.

The job of New York City dog walker suits Caitlin Ramos perfectly while she preps for her CP
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Kindle Edition, 210 pages
Published May 14th 2018 by Entangled Lovestruck
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Claire Robinson
May 12, 2018 rated it really liked it
4 - "Find a way..." Stars!

The second book in Marissa Clarke’s Animal Attraction series, gives us Caitlin Ramos and Taylor Blankenship’s story, one which initially starts around her walking his dog Beau.

As sexy as he was in his uniform, she preferred him in a bath towel…

Their first meeting comes as a bit of a shock to Caitlin, seeing Taylor in nothing other than a bath towel, while he chases his beloved dog around his apartment. Turns out Beau has eaten something he shouldn’t have, something
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Nicola
May 14, 2018 rated it really liked it
Fun and feel good, Three Day Fiancée is literally as it says on the tin, and with a feel not too dissimilar to the film The Proposal, is an enjoyable addition to Marissa Clarke’s Animal Attraction series.

description Nothing says I love you like a weasel.”

For their own reasons neither dog walker, Caitlin or pilot, Taylor are looking for a relationship, but when Taylor’s St. Bernard, Beau gets up to no good, he sets off a chain of events which sees them faking their engagement to Taylor’s family.

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Beth
Caitlin was asked by her friend to walk a very difficult Saint Bernard for an extreme particular and difficult client. Caitlin hit it off right away with the dog…until she accidently runs into the Saint Bernard’s owner in the buff. Chemistry flies and it gives Taylor, the difficult client, an idea. He wants Caitlin to act as his pretend fiancé on his family weekend getaway. The family, his grandmother, has been on his case for him to find a wife. Caitlin is just what he needs to get his grandmot ...more
Stacee
Apr 21, 2018 rated it really liked it
I love the fake fiancée trope and Marissa’s words, so I jumped on this one as soon as I saw it.

I really liked Caitlin and Taylor. They’re both driven and lovely people. Together they have excellent chemistry and love for animals. Seriously, I think Beau absolutely stole every scene he was in. Or perhaps it was Grams...

Plot wise, it was adorable. I loved the weekend festivities and a meddling family was an added bonus. There was a bit of push and pull, but Caitlin and Taylor talked so much, ther
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Jujubee
Delightful!
What can I say, I am a sucker for the faux fiancée trope.
You know going into it that there will be a "deal," then shenanigans, secrets, and juicy repercussions.
And Caitlin and Taylor's three-day journey did not disappoint!
My first time reading Marissa Clarke and I found her writing style easy-breezy, well paced, with just enough angst to keep my interest, and enough clever dialog to make me fall in love with everyone LOL. And Beauregard. And Taylor's grandma. Lurved me some Grams!
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Maria Rose
Marissa Clarke never fails to delight me with her romantic comedies, including this insta-love romance with an emphasis on family relationships. Caitlin goes from daily dog-walker to fake relationship when an engagement rings ends up on her finger just in time for Taylor's grandma to show up, resulting in her joining him on a three day family excursion to celebrate Grams birthday. There are lots of fun family togetherness and wacky party games, as well as the opportunity to get a crash course in ...more
Aly
May 14, 2018 rated it really liked it
4.5

When they were little girls, Caitlin and her friends dreamed to open a business together, one involving pets. They recently follow the long-time wish and now own Animal Attraction, an animals care shop service.

At 21, Caitlin thought she dropped out of college for Love. Now older and wiser, she's not ready to trust an other man again. She took the job of dog-walker while she's finishing her degree. One of her client is Beauregard, a huge Saint Bernard with an attitude problem, according to t
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Sofia Lazaridou
May 15, 2018 rated it really liked it
I liked the hero, his family and pretty much everything in this book. Caitlin was not one of my favorite things about this book, but I won't hold it against her or the book. The story is good and the secondary characters only make things perfect. My favorite parts of the book were the ones with Taylor's family. They were funny people and that part gave me a warm vibe and some laughs. Is this a story we have seen many times before? Yes it is, but it's one of the good ones. As you can see from the ...more
Nancy The book junkie
Sep 02, 2019 rated it really liked it
Rating: 3.75/5

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Jeannine
This was a sweet and cute fake fiancé story. This was my first book by this author and I didn’t know that it was the second book in the series. I had no trouble following along. This is a good book for animal lovers, there was some shenanigans from them at the end. I thought Taylor and Caitlin were cute together and they some insta love kicking after 2 days together. I’d be interested in reading a book about their friend, Fiona. She’s all kinds of shy and awkward and I’m sure that would be a gre ...more
Robyn
Jun 30, 2018 added it
Caitlin’s day is not going according to plan. From the moment she wakes up her carefully ordered schedule hits the fan. First, there is no hot water for her shower, then she has to skip out on her morning coffee, gets pelted by mud from a garbage truck and just when things couldn’t get any worse, she gets stuck in a torrential downpour. What a way to start her day! But wait, there’s more. She finally arrives at her first dog walking appointment with Beau,a Saint Bernard, only to find the owner s ...more
Elley Murray
I was in a book slump and had already picked up and rejected several books; then I picked up Three Day Fiancée and didn't put it down until I'd finished it. From the moment Caitlin and Taylor meet, their relationship is pure romantic comedy gold. As with any book that focuses on the pretend engagement trope, the plot requires a certain suspension of disbelief, but isn't some element of the fantastic what you want out our your rom-coms? (Because it's definitely what I want out of mine.) And from ...more
Elaine
Rating 4.5/5*

From the very start this fun romance had me laughing out loud. Caitlin Ramos is the only dog walker who seems able to cope with Taylor Blankenship’s boisterous St Bernard, Beau. One day as she enters his flat to collect the dog she meets Taylor for the first time - clad in a towel and chasing Beau round the room, what a sight. When Taylor’s grandmother later believes Caitlin is secretly engaged to him, Taylor convinces her to be his fake fiancée for just three days . . . . and the f
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Ayekah
Apr 18, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Hot damn what a great book this is! I loved it. Between Taylor (someone throw me some ice water) and the dog.
Caity works with her tow best friends, Caity is working on getting her CPA so she can get a real job as she calls it. Right now she's a dog walker for her friends business. Fiona is a Vet, Jane runs the business and Caity walks the dogs. Taylor Blankenship's dog has a bad rep and Caitlyn is the only dog walker that can handle him. He's been through several agencies, no one can handle Bea
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Book Lover
May 10, 2018 rated it really liked it
Caitlyn Ramos has moved to the city to work as a dog walker with her two best friends at their animal shelter while she studies for her CPA exam. She is divorced from a cheating, total control freak who isolated her from everyone. She carries lots of baggage from this. She is fiercely independent and bristles any time someone orders her to do anything.

Taylor Blankenship is former military, and a helicopter pilot for Anderson Industries. He has such an erratic, crazy, on call/on demand schedule t
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Irene
May 02, 2018 rated it really liked it
4.5 stars
melissafandomworld
May 02, 2018 rated it it was amazing
This book has dogs in it, a very sweet and sexy romance, two main characters who are a joy to read about and a funny and enchanting story-line that had me hooked right from the start!
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When we meet Caitlin, we get to know her as a really driven person who’s on her way to getting her CPA and in the meantime, she’s walking dogs for her friends business. She’s hell-bent on getting her CPA and love isn’t something she’s looking for after her terrible marriage experience with Gary, her ex-husband wh
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Carla Johnson-Hicks
Caitlin dropped out of college to get married. It didn't work out and now, older and wiser, she's not ready to trust another man again. Working with her two best friends at Animal Attraction, she is working as a dog walker while finishing her degree. When this story begins, Caitlyn is having the worst day of her life, until she enters her client's apartment to pick up his dog. Beauregard (Beau) is a huge Saint Bernard with an attitude problem. He was being chased around the apartment by his hand ...more
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Three Day Fiancee is a wonderfully light romantic comedy. I read this book as a bit of a refresher after finishing a few quite intense stories. It was ideally suited to this role. It is an engaging story with many funny and romantic moments, perfect for relaxation.

Marissa Clarke is a new to me author, but I enjoyed her writing so much I have already purchased Dear Jane (Animal Attraction #1) and Sleeping with the Boss (Andersons #1). I’m always looking for authors whose writing style I find both
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Debbie Oxier
Jul 20, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I loved this one! The characters, the plot, and the pet auction was great! I laughed out loud a couple of times. Taylor's grandmother was always after him because of his lack of a social life. A helicopter pilot, he spent most of his time working which left little time for dating. So when the opportunity presents itself he asks Caitlin to be his fake fiancee and accompany him to his grandmother's birthday party. Caitlin agrees as long as Taylor participates in the Animal Attraction auction. Anim ...more
Valerie
May 22, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: romance, 2018-reads
I love, LOVE pretending stories! It's my very favorite trope. So when I saw this one, I had grabby hands to get it!



This book added a couple more things I really enjoy in a book, laughter and a dog. Beau may be a Saint Bernard but he believes he's a lap dog. And he believes in slobbery kisses. I loved him. And, of course, he loves Caitlin. She's one the few that can handle him. Must be love.



Poor Caitlin. She's having the worst morning as she tries to get to Beau's apartment for his morning walk.
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Sionna
*I received this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review*

I love the stories where the couple has to pretend to be a couple and then find out they are perfect for each other. They are just so much fun! And I think this book is that feeling very well.

I did chuckle once or twice reading this.

This is a sweet story with cute characters. Honestly, I really liked these characters. Taylor understands Caitlyn has a problem with orders and does his best not to give those orders, but expl
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Kim Reads (Read Your Writes Book Reviews)
Dog Walker Caitlin Ramos’s morning is off to a horrible start. Her building doesn’t have hot water, the deli where she gets her morning coffee isn’t able to make coffee, and she gets rained on while walking to see her 7am client, Beauregard. But, in an “oh my” jaw dropping moment, her day picks up in a memorable meet/cute when she lays eyes on Beau’s owner for the first time.

Taylor Blankenship is at his wits end. His two-year-old Saint Bernard has decided to swallow a family heirloom and Taylor
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Penny
May 04, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: arc
4 “Nonstop dreaming of shenanigans” Stars

As the first book in the Animal Attraction series, Three Days Fiancée was a fun, light and sexy read I enjoyed from start to finish.

Here we follow the story of Caitlyn, dog-walker extraordinaire soon to be a CPA and Taylor, sexy hot guy/helicopter pilot.

A series of unfortunate events finds Cait stranded in Taylor’s apartment waiting for Beau, a giant fluffy pup, to pass an expensive ring he’s swallowed. Fortunately, for Cait mostly, she finds the ring st
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Tia Mele
Apr 21, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Grades:
Overall - A
Plot - A
Character Development - A
Romance - A
Cover - B

I received a free copy of this title in exchange for an honest review.

Three Day Fiancee is an excellent take on the fake romance trope. Caity isn't interested in relationships after her husband ruined her for love. Taylor hasn't wanted to settle down since returning from his tour of duty. When Caity accidentally gets Taylor's grandmother's engagement ring stuck on her finger, they find themselves thrust into a sticky situati
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Kelsey
I received this book from Entangled publishing and NetGalley in return for my honest opinion.

I don't know how I even keep doing it, but the books I read are always the second book in a series. And of course, I haven't read the first book.

Thank god that this book can be read as a stand-alone, I didn't have the idea that I missed things because I hadn't read the first book.

So, this book managed to get into the top 10 books I've read this far. It was funny, light and also not something I've read
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Melena Torretta
Apr 26, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: netgalley-arcs, 2018
Adorable! I completely fell in love with Caitlin and Taylor in this sweet romance.

Caitlin has returned to New York and is working at the pet company Animal Attraction with Fiona and Jane that was founded in the first book in the series. While she studies to take her CPA test she is a dog walker. You do get to see Jane a bit and Fiona is introduced as well, but the focus is on Caitlin and her fake engagement to Taylor.

After telling his grandmother that he's engaged, Taylor takes Caitlin to his fa
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Linda Quick
Apr 18, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This is a delightful book that made me smile and laugh out loud, while also swooning over Taylor. I even swooned over the dog....what could be better than a Saint Bernard that thinks he's a lapdog?

Taylor is a pilot getting ready to move to Boston and Caitlin is a dog walker preparing for her CPA exam. When she meets Taylor and ends up pretending to be his fiancee, they both get more than they bargained for, but exactly what they need. Taylor's grandma found ways to pull their strings and is jus
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Jodie Wilkins
Apr 25, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I absolutely loved this book so hard I loved how there was that instant spark even if they were trying to fight there feelings. I cried and laughed so hard I think I may have peed a little lol (sorry tmi). I loved how that grams knew she was being given BS but she could see that they had really fallen for each other. I can't wait to read the next in the series.
Jacki
Apr 18, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Loved it!
This is my first book by Marissa Clark.

What I liked:
The writing style
The characters
The humor
Part of a series: Animal Attraction
Standalone
HEA
Epilogue

I look forward to reading the other books in this series.
I voluntarily read and reviewed an ARC from NetGalley.
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Marissa Clarke is a multi award-winning, RITA® nominated author of romance for adults and teens. She lives on an island in the middle of a river. Seriously, she does. When not writing, she wrangles her rowdy pack of three teens, two Cairn Terriers, and one husband.

Inexplicably, her favorite animal is the giant anteater and at one point, she had over 200 "pet" Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches. The ro
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