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Summary

Pretending to be in love has never felt so sexy.

USMC helicopter pilot Michael McCade has two goals: Get his damn back into alignment and keep his nose clean until his ultra-conservative commanding officer clears him to fly again. The doctor-recommended massage therapy seems like a necessary evil if he's to return to the cockpit, but when his too-hot-to-handle neighbor turns out to be his masseuse, he strays from the straight and narrow in a major way.

Former military brat Chloe Kincaid is looking for an ego-boosting, no strings attached hook up. But when her positively panty-melting neighbor (aka Major Hottie) shows up on her massage table, their off-the-charts chemistry overrides her no-military-men policy until they're caught. Now they have to fake an engagement to avoid the fallout, but can a girl who runs from attachments pretend to be in love with a straight-arrow soldier without falling hard?

©2013 Samanthe Beck (P)2015 Audible Inc.

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  • Catherine
  • 07-07-15

Fun odd couple romance

I enjoyed this book. Samanthe Beck has a great sense of humor, and these characters were fun. Chloe is an unusual woman and the opening scene when she is waiting for her boy friend to show up for his birthday surprise is hysterical but with a sad undertone.
Holly Fielding reads with great zest and does an especially good job with the male characters, but is often rushed and doesn't read the sentences with the correct intonation which makes it confusing to follow at times. I find her voice distractingly gravelly. Also she makes errors in pronunciation which I find particularly distracting and irritating.

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  • Anna Franco
  • 10-05-15

Good story.

Didn't like the narrator so much. Overall a good story. I will try another book in this series- the brothers sound interesting!