- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 6522 KB
- Print Length: 187 pages
- Publisher: Sankofa Girl (17 Jan. 2017)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N10DMBO
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 13 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #79,216 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Mr. Trouble (London Billionaire Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Kinsley works for Jarreds dad. She sees an opportunity to make her life better and goes for it not quite realising what that entails. With them both been able to get what they want while helping the other, Kinsley and Jarred embark on a surprise relationship.
I loved these two characters. Jarred is so much more than what he thinks and I loved how Kinsley brought out the best in him.
This is an enjoyable, no drama romance with good likeable characters.
Jarred Maloney and Kinsley Wells, two people who only have one thing in common, she works as the Executive Assistance for Jarred's father Harrison Maloney.
Jarred's father fighting to drag his son to toe, threatens to cut him off unless he shows more interest in the family business and settles down. So of course, Jarred puts his foot in his mouth and informs his father that he already has a girlfriend.
Kinsley faces losing her flat unless she can come up with the large sum of cash to buy it and Jarred seeing her need and desperation, offers to give her the money in exchange for her pretending to be his fiancée. A win-win as far as Jarred is concerned, but not a terribly interesting book if that's all that happens. Fakery of course doesn't last for long, and that’s when the tale really gets interesting.
The electricity between Jarred and Kinsley is palpable. Their interactions believable, especially considering this book is a short read. Kinsley is the stronger of the two. Jarred often leans on her emotionally when his life hits a large, obnoxious speed bump. Whether this is because of the way they were raised or because of sheer character strength, I was never sure. I just know that, for me, Kinsley stood out as the better of the two, even when she's drowning in the depths of her attraction for Jarred.
'She had wondered what it would be like to be with him, to have him constantly wanting to touch her instead of pretending. He was charming, devilishly handsome, every girls naughty fantasy and for a very short while, he was hers.'
As the tale moves on and the reasons behind Harrison Maloney's actions are discovered, I was left feeling anger where I'm sure anger wasn't where the author was going with in a particular scene. It didn't explain everything and left the water slightly muddy in my honest opinion. That being said, an emotional reaction of any kind proves that the author wove the story in a way that most definitely had the right amount of blood, sweat and tears.
My only real disappointment with Mr. Trouble was how the tale wrapped up. It built up well but then as the finish line drew near, the story sprinted off leaving me feeling very flat. It felt rushed, which was a real shame. Mr. Trouble had been a spectacular read up until that point.
This is a typical, fake fiance senario, playboy and the girl with monetary needs. But i really enjoyed it. Low on angst, and high on Love. I loved the chemistry between Jarred and Kinsley, and yep plenty of steamy hot moments!!! They did fall in love pretty quickly, but i found that pretty fitting for this couple. It's a really cute sweet love story, without heaps of angst, and sometimes that's just what we need !!!!
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But I live in the UK and some of the expressions were so American and not English eg threw the bills on...Read more
I was provided a copy for review purposes.