Book Review Wanting My Brother’s Best Friend by Roxy Reid

Oct 242020

Wanting My Brother’s Best Friend by Roxy Reid

My brother’s best friend, also my billionaire boss… aaaaaand now accidentally my fake fiancé.

I didn’t want a new job,
I needed one.
My brother ambushed me,
Now I’m working for the gorgeous but self centered Rhett Kingston.

The first week hasn’t gone so well…

Let’s just say our work styles don’t mix.
I want to make a difference in the world,
He wants to make money and act like a spoiled brat.

But he rescues me from the most embarrassing high school reunion.
Maybe there is a good guy underneath.
He’ll make me dig through fifty layers of jerk to find him.

It was meant to be one night of make-believe,
Now I’m stuck with six months pretending I’m in love.

Get ready for a hot, fake fiancé, brother’s best friend romance. Wanting My Brother’s Best Friend is a stand-alone novel with no cheating, no cliff hangers and a sizzling happily ever after.

This is my second time reading Roxy Reid and I find myself wanting to read her books when I’m looking for a standalone light read.

She usually writes the tropes I enjoy so this was a no brainer.

Jasmine is in need of a job after her non-profit organization went bankrupt. She needs a solid paying job until she can help restart her old job. In comes her brother asking their childhood best friend to hire her as his new lawyer.

The only problem is Jasmine now hates Rhett, because he did some unforgiving things by crashing the car with his brother in it and getting drunk at her wedding. But the job is paying good and she can have her dream job back in 1 year.

Everything comes to a halt when she needs someone to deliver a nasty revenge on her ex husband for their 10 year highschool reunion. And Rhett owes her a favor so why not go there by her fake fiancé?

The plan is solid until they can’t seem to keep their hands off each other.


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