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Wild About My Fake Fiance by Anne William: Book Review

  *Book received for consideration. All thoughts are my own.

Pretending to be Isaac’s fake fiancée should be a walk in the park,
Hello, all expense paid trip to Lake Tahoe!

Clearly we both have a lot of secrets,
His is absurd family wealth,
Mine is nine months of a growing waistline.
That’s right, I'm secretly pregnant.
But for now, I just have to help him out and put on a good show.
I was a Broadway actress, this shouldn’t be that hard.
But when it comes to Isaac, how much of this is really acting?
The one thing that’s no secret is that we’ve liked each other for a while now.
I should enjoy this while I can, because it’s temporary. It’s fake.
I’m a party of two, and once he finds out, there is no way he’ll want us.
Will he?

This heartwarming, hilarious romantic comedy is closed door but has all the sizzle, swoon and happily ever after you’re guaranteed to love. Timeline wise, this book is set right after Wild About My Enemy, but the entire Wild Lights Series are standalone stories and can be read in any order.

Anne loves reading and writing swoon-worthy romance with a healthy dose of humor and adventure. Fierce females, adorable males, and happy endings are a must. She lives in the midwest, but is always traveling and seeking new adventures with her husband and four children. By day, Anne is a Cartographer, and has always loved geography and nature. The great outdoors is where she finds a lot of her muse, so you can expect to be taken on a wildly entertaining journey with each and every one of her books.

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Wild About My Fake Fiance is the third book in the Wild About You series. While some characters from previous books in the series make an appearance, it can definitely be read as a standalone with no issues at all. 

Faking dating (or engagement, as the case may be) has really become a favorite trope of mine lately, and as the title suggests, that's certainly one that is used in this story... and done so very well. Other tropes included secret pregnancy, one room, found family, and rich guy/poor girl. Now, I must admit that the secret pregnancy trope is one that I don't generally gravitate towards... then again, that could very well be because I tend to stick to either Christian fiction or otherwise clean, closed-door romances (this one is the latter), and it's not a trope you see used a ton in these books. Either way, I think it was done really well with this one. Yes, more conservative readers may not appreciate that Skylar's character has a past... but such is the reality of life. Personally, I was not bothered by it myself. The romance between Skylar and Isaac was super sweet... and super clean too. I really enjoyed their flirty relationship and found myself invested in seeing their happily ever after. 

Overall, I really enjoyed this one and look forward to reading more in the series. 


  1. oh my but this sounds like it would be hilarious. ok secrets are not funny (most of the time) but I am so curious how these secrets come to the surface and how they are solved I love clean romantic comedies


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