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How to Lose a Fiancé by Stefanie London
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it was amazing

MS London never disappoints me with one of her stories, she really knows how to pull a reader in, she brings the characters to life, she makes me cheer them on and feel the emotions, make yourself comfy for this one you won’t want to put it down as you get to know Dion and Sophia.

Sophia Andreou lives in New York she has been controlled by her father forever and now that her father’s business is in dire straits and he needs to sell it that controlling does not stop, he is making a pact with the buyer, he must marry his daughter as well. Sophia is not happy at all and pretends to go along with the plan until she reaches Corfu, then she takes up a game plan to ensure her future husband will send her back to New York.

Dion Kourakis has grown up in an orphanage, he has one best friend Nico and his mentor Elias other than that he is a loner and is a self- made billionaire, when he sees that his father’s company is for sale he jumps at the chance to buy it for personal reasons and he wants it at all costs even if it means marrying the owner’s daughter, she appears to be good wife material even if that is never what he wanted, but when Sophia arrives things don’t go to plan.

This is such a great story fun, sensual and very moving I loved Dion what a hero truly he had a few issues that he needed to overcome and Sophia with her quirky and caring ways is just the person to make him see that love is what he needs and together they find that happiness. There were many laughs throughout this story strange animals turning up in odd places clothes that are beyond belief, but above all a true deep love that had me sighing and smiling. Thank you MS London for another fabulous story one that I highly recommend
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June 12, 2019 – Started Reading
June 12, 2019 – Shelved
June 14, 2019 – Finished Reading

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