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The Honeymoon Prize (Honeymoon Series Book 3) by [McClone, Melissa]
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The Honeymoon Prize (Honeymoon Series Book 3) Kindle Edition

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2314 KB
  • Print Length: 151 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Tule Publishing Group (29 Jun. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00LE4Q370
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #145,210 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Caddie fell in love with Neil back in kindergarten ,over the years things changed except for her love they get married but it was like a business deal for him. Full of twisted feelings for both of them old hurts powerful storyline
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Adelaide Sinclair has been through the ringer. Her father left, her mother dropped her off with her grandmother at the age of four then took off for parts unknown, so when her grandmother had a stroke there was no question, she dropped out of college and came home to take care of her. Now her grandmother has passed away and she is left with no one, well other than her mom and aunt who are dragging her through the mud. Oh and Nick Cahill her best friend in the whole world and now her husband? At least for five years, but can they really just stay friends?

Ms. McClone has done it again. This story has amazing detail in location and character build up. She has taken us to the tropics and on one of the most private events in anyone’s lives, their honeymoon, all to help us see that sometimes what we need the most is right in front of our faces. Nick has to be one of my most favorite hero’s lately, that said yes there were times I wanted to smack him so very hard but he development for the ending was worth every cursing at him moment. I would suggest this as a very nice fast paced summer read.
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This is a quick yet lovely friends to lovers story that can be read as a stand alone and has no cliff hangars.

Nick proposed to Addie first when he was just five years old, however they have remained best friends throughout their lives.

After having to quit colleague to help her grandmother (who when raised her her parents dumped her there )after a stroke 9 years ago, she has been made homeless by her greedy mother and aunt who want the expensive house to sell. I t didn't matter that the house was left to Addie in her grandmothers will.

Nick needs to get married for his job to make him appear safer as a personal bodyguard and less of a hot single man who likes sex.

Emily, the friend that Addie has been living with put them into a competition to win a honeymoon but send them off without all of the details. It appears that their honeymoon, new clothes and expensive resort come with a price. A reality TV show they are staring in.

Upon reconnecting properly, but both come to a startling realisation as they have a good time, relax in the sunshine with a very sweet and supportive staff member who looks after Addie very well.

Its a very sweet story with just kissing and not much further, a very clean read for those of you how do not like the erotic or explicit sex scenes in a lot of books nowadays.
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In The Honeymoon Prize by Melissa McClone Addie and Nick have known each other for what seems like forever. He first proposed to her in kindergarten, but it seemed they were destined to a lifetime as friends only. They have both been attracted to the other at different times, not acting on it, not wanting to ruin a friendship. When it seems like Addie's world is falling apart, Nick is there for her. He offers a solution that will help both of them. But can either of them last a 5 year marriage of convenience? Keeping up the facade is even more difficult when they head off to a private island in Fiji for The Honeymoon Prize they've won, completely unaware that they will be part of a reality show. Soon the lines start to blur and it doesn't feel like such an act anymore. But is it real or not? What will happen when the honeymoon is over?

The Honeymoon Prize was a fast paced, intriguing novella. I love the setting Melissa used, she took me right there...I can feel and smell the tropical air and the water. Addie and Nick are great friends but they've kept things hidden too, and it was great to be along for their combustible ride. They are a couple who are so obviously connected in so many ways and they have fun together despite everything which I love. I liked that they were up front and honest as things progressed. Nick and Addie are great characters who drew me in and made me want to know so much more about them.

There were just enough secondary characters in The Honeymoon Prize, and I really liked how Melissa brought them in and used them in a positive way, especially for Addie. You will see what I mean when you read The Honeymoon Prize.

I'd recommend The Honeymoon Prize to any romance reader.
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**I received an ARC in exchange for my honest opinion**

I loved this story of Addie and Nick. They've been best friends for years--heck, they were even "pretend engaged" as kids--they know each other and each other's family secrets, but in knowing each other's secrets, they've unknowingly let their friendship keep them from having any other lasting relationship.

When Addie's in real trouble--no home, no job--Nick comes up with a great plan: marriage of convenience. And, they've won a free honeymoon in Fiji! Unbeknownst to them, Addie's BFF girlfriend entered them in a Honeymoon contest which is really a reality show. Addie and Nick make the most of it until playing a newlywed couple starts feeling too real. And, they must both figure out how they feel about one another. And learn to trust each other in a way neither has ever trusted anyone else. Playing house is fun, but will the friendship survive?

Fortunately, a little family drama leads to a real proposal for a real marriage--the greatest prize they could win!
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