The Magnate's Mail-Order Bride
A mix-and-match mock engagement?
Ballerina Sofia Koslov's career is on the line when she's accosted at the airport by a rich, reckless playboy who thinks she's his mail-order bride! But the playboy's levelheaded brother, Quinn McNeill, solves the media snafu with a switcheroo. He'll pretend to be her legitimate fiancé to protect her reputation—and to protect his family's business deals from her father's wrath. Sofia's one condition: they'll share the spotlight as a loving couple but won't share a bed. But soon Quinn's gentlemanly ways strike a chord, and Sofia's dying to renege on that condition and have a real fling…
The Magnate's Mail-Order Bride is part of The McNeill Magnates series.
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What a cute love story, where unexpectedly two people who probably never would’ve met without two others doing something completely unorthodox. Because of Quinn’s brother Cam wanting to get married due to his grandfather’s will and Sofia’s father trying to hurry her to the altar. Sofia and Quinn meet for the first time in the airport while she has a reporter waiting to get a story about her as a ballerina, not the possibility of her being proposed to by one of the wealthiest and most eligible bachelors in New York. But Quinn seems to fix his brothers screw-ups, but not by doing anything impulsive. When Quinn first seen Sofia he was instantaneously deeply attracted to her, as was Sofia to Quinn. To find out how these two work out the problems that they’re facing you’ll have to read MAGNATE’S MAIL-ORDER BRIDE. My checks hurt from grinning so much while reading this story. I had a hard time putting this book down, and didn’t unless I had to do anything that couldn’t be put off until I reached the end. This may have been the first of the many books Joanne has written, but it won’t be the last. Now I cannot wait for the next two installments of The McNeill Magnates… The Magnate’s Marriage Merger due June 2017, and then His Accidental Heir due July 2017! I voluntarily reviewed an ARC copy of this book via Tasty Book Tours for an honest blog tour review. Due to sexual situations, this book is recommended for readers 16 and older.