Monday, September 30, 2019

Mr. Mayfair by Louise Bay-Early Amazon Release

Mr. Mayfair, a brand new Fake Relationship, STANDALONE Romance from USA Today Bestselling Author, Louise Bay is NOW LIVE ON AMAZON!!


It should be the most shocking news I’d ever gotten—My boyfriend is getting married.

Okay, technically he’s my ex-boyfriend. Two months ago he decided he wanted a break. I still thought he was my happily ever after.

On any other day, knowing he was gone for good would be the worst thing that could possibly happen.

But not today.

Because not only is my boyfriend getting married—his bride is my best friend.

And they’ve sent me an invitation.

There’s no way I’m going to attend. I don’t care if it’s in beautiful Scotland.

Nothing and no one could convince me.

Not even when a deliciously handsome stranger tells me he needs to go as my plus one.

Not even when he shoots me a wickedly, sexy smile.

But then he offers me the opportunity of a lifetime—a dream come true. How can I say no?

But I have one condition. He has to be my new boyfriend. I mean, my pretend new boyfriend.

I'm about to find out that faking it can be a whole lot of fun.

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I just finished this, and I'm still smiling.

I adored Beck and Stella.

So much about this book is the fairy tale/perfect romance. It's got rich, attractive men, villains, and Scottish castles complete with picnics make you feel like you are reading a fairy tale.

But it also feels real, and like it could happen. Like the situation is real, like the people had reasons for behaving as they do, and that they are real.

I love that Beck and Stella both genuinely care about one another, enough to help the other get what they want, or to be willing to sacrifice it when something more important comes along.

Stella has been hurt in a way that shakes your confidence in relationships, in tour ability to trust your own instincts, and in a way that makes you doubt love. It's a betrayal that cut her to her core abd and left her both reeling and reacting to her own life instead of being in control. Watching her with Beck as she starts to get that sense of self back is wonderful. The best part is that he sees it. He watches it happen and he knows how amazing it is for her. It's hard not to fall just a little in love with him, and it's easy to see why Stella loves him.

I also love that Louise Bay is British and lets her characters be as well, without toning it down. The way they speak, the way they use words, and some of their phrases are incredibly British. Not hard to figure out, especially in context even if you aren't familiar, but it feels authentic.

Reading this book was an absolute pleasure. I enjoyed and recommend this totally.

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