Book Reviews of Fiance for Hire (Wedding Ring, Bk 4) (Harlequin Temptation, No 824)

Fiance for Hire (Wedding Ring, Bk 4) (Harlequin Temptation, No 824)
Fiance for Hire - Wedding Ring, Bk 4 - Harlequin Temptation, No 824
Author: Pamela Burford
ISBN-13: 9780373259243
ISBN-10: 0373259247
Publication Date: 3/1/2001
Pages: 224
Rating:
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Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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The four women have been best friends since kindergarten. When they graduated from high school, they formed THE WEDDING RING CLUB, agreeing to find each other husbands if any of them are still single at age thirty. Little did they suspect just how complicated that agreement would become twelve years later. FIANCE FOR HIRE is the terrific concluding segment of this four part miniseries by Pamela Burford.
Amanda's friends really know how to throw a 30th birthday party -- complete with party favors, point hats, musical chairs, and duck, duck, goose. But then, Amanda shows up with a sexy date, one who quotes dead earls no less, to fill the Wedding Ring requirement. Never mind she hired Nick, he drives a taxi, and smells divine. Seems like Nick Stephanos can keep Amanda's meddlesome friends satisfied and get the marriage aversion solved all at the same time.

The problem with hiring a fiancé is what to do with him if you fall for him -- hard. Amanda believes that he's in it for the money. After all, the job pays fairly well, and he's accompanying a sexy woman complete with short skirts and spike heals. Not much more a guy could want. Except for one thing. If he's not in it for the money, then why did he agree to this job?

Pamela Burford succeeds again with class, grace, and humor! The Wedding Ring miniseries is a smash success, and ends with a terrific bang! The plot rocks, the characters sizzle, and the humor abounds. Not much more a demanding romance reader can ask for! If I could give more than Very highly recommended, I certainly would. Indeed, WordWeaving.com occasionally gives awards for excellent novels, but this is the first series to win the honor. Congratulations, Ms Burford!