Fiancé by Fate
by Jennifer Shirk
Sabrina is more than a little superstitious. She tosses spilled salt over her shoulder. She checks her horoscope. She looks for signs everywhere. And she meets with psychics to get answers to some of her biggest problems.
Her current problem is that her fiancé, the man who proposed on the anniversary of her parents' tragic death in a fatal car accident (that's GOT to be a sign, right?), has put their engagement on hold while he works things out for himself.
When Jack Brenner, son of her boss and the 3rd most eligible bachelor of Boston, shows up in her life, there are signs there, too. Of course, they're all pointing away from him, but Jack's got a proposal for Sabrina that may be just what she needs.
Pretend to be his girlfriend to get his father off his back and he'll make sure her ex is so jealous that he begs for Sabrina to come back to him.
Sounds simple. But the simple plans are usually the ones that get the most complicated.
Final thoughts: Pure cotton candy. There is absolutely nothing redeeming about this book except that it takes you away from reality for a while. There's a lot of telling instead of showing and some of it is just completely unbelievable, but it still has a hook and is basically just brain candy. Don't look for anything here that will change the world; you're really just reading a rom-com.