{Review} The Engagement Game by Jenny Holiday

{Review} The Engagement Game by Jenny HolidayThe Engagement Game by Jenny Holiday
Also by this author: Saving the CEO, Sleeping with Her Enemy
Series: 49th Floor #3
Also in this series: Saving the CEO, Sleeping with Her Enemy
Published by Entangled: Indulgence on October 5, 2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Fake Relationship to More, Opposites Attract
Character(s): Businessmen/Lawyers/Entrepreneurs
Pages: 203
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What's a little blackmail between friends?

The black sheep of the old-money Rosemanns, advertising executive Marcus has made his own way in the world--and done extremely well for himself--but his family is still pressuring him to join their investment firm and settle down with a quiet, unobjectionable girl.

Which is why the sexy Rose Verma is the perfect date for his family's charity ball. A bleeding-heart lefty from the wrong side of the tracks, Rose has never met a stray dog she didn't love or a polka-dotted mini-dress she couldn't rock. Marcus has enough dirt on Rose to "convince" her to play along. And if he lets it slip that they're engaged, all the better.

But all's fair in love and blackmail, and Rose is ready to play a few cards of her own…

Erin: Opposites attract in Jenny Holiday’s The Engagement Game, book 3 of her 49th Floor series. It’s fun, sexy, and with just the right amount of drama it will keep you hooked from beginning to end.

Marcus Rosemann is in a predicament. As the black sheep of his rich and powerful family, he’s expected to bring the perfect date to his family’s charity ball. He could do that and keep his overbearing father off his back. Or, he could do something totally opposite and bring the wrong girl in every way to the benefit. Marcus chooses the wrong girl … who just so happens to be the right one. Rose Verna is everything his family is not. Outspoken, brash, and with a tender heart she’s everything his parents don’t want for him. And the fact she’s Indian and he’s Jewish? Well you can guess how well that goes over!

What starts out as mutual blackmail on both Marcus and Rose’s parts winds up being a friendship that heads straight to love. It was lots of fun watching these two as their relationship deepens. Both were very likable and believable and there was some really cute banter between them, too. Check out this and all the books in the 49th Floor series, you won’t be sorry!

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