Her Best Friend Fake Fiancé by Kimberly Krey

December 5, 2019 | 2 Comments
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Her Best Friend Fake Fiancé by Kimberly KreyHer Best Friend Fake Fiancé
Author: Kimberly Krey
Series: Benton Brothers Romance #2
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook
Pages: 181
Date: December 11, 2019
Publisher: Indie

Kissing beside the fire, getting cozy while decorating the tree—is this a case of Fake Fiancé with benefits or does Sawyer secretly love her in return?

When a popular magazine claims Betzy Benton is destined to become a lonely old spinster, she fights back by asking longtime crush Sawyer Kingsley to propose before the article hits the stands.

Sawyer Kingsley has dreamt of marrying Betzy, but he’s worried that—despite his success—he won’t measure up to the Benton standards. That changes when Betzy asks him to become her fake fiancé. Now he’s got the Christmas season to show her what a life with him might look like.
At her family’s cabin, they share late-night kisses, longing glances, and meaningful conversation. But is it all just part of the act?

This engagement could be the start to their long-awaited romance, or it could tear them apart.


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About Kimberly Krey

Kimberly Krey specializes in writing “romance that’s clean without losing the steam!” A college creative writing assignment sparked her passion, and now she considers writing to be one of her greatest blessings. She’s a reader of good, clean romance, a lover of family time and Diet Coke, and the ultimate hater of laundry. Kimberly is author of the top-selling Sweet Montana Bride series, as well as its companion series, Second Chances.

2 responses to “Her Best Friend Fake Fiancé by Kimberly Krey

  1. ScrappyDiva Maryanne

    Many swoony kisses with a cute story making it an easy read. I loved that it made me smile several times

  2. Maria

    I liked the premise of this story but there were things that knocked stars off for me. I liked the characters overall. Didn’t care much for Betzy’s mom but liked her grandmother. Loved Sawyer’s mom. Betzy and Sawyer both spent a lot of years and also time in this book feeling insecure and unworthy of the other. Dragged on too long for my tastes. What really knocked this down for me was that it seemed like in the attempt to write “steamy clean”, there was no sex but sexual references, some of which were just crass and I didn’t enjoy that. There was a good deal of making out but really it was those crass remarks that I didn’t appreciate. It wasn’t enough for someone who is looking for steam but it was enough to make me not love the book despite liking the story in general.

    Sex: sexual references, some of which were crass
    Language: no
    Violence: no

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