Mr Mayfair by Louise Bay

October 15, 2019

It should be the most shocking news I’d ever gotten—My boyfriend is getting married.

Okay, technically he’s my ex-boyfriend. Two months ago he decided he wanted a break. I still thought he was my happily ever after.

On any other day, knowing he was gone for good would be the worst thing that could possibly happen.

But not today.

Because not only is my boyfriend getting married—his bride is my best friend.

And they’ve sent me an invitation.

There’s no way I’m going to attend. I don’t care if it’s in beautiful Scotland.

Nothing and no one could convince me.

Not even when a deliciously handsome stranger tells me he needs to go as my plus one.

Not even when he shoots me a wickedly, sexy smile.

But then he offers me the opportunity of a lifetime—a dream come true. How can I say no?

But I have one condition. He has to be my new boyfriend. I mean, my pretend new boyfriend.

I'm about to find out that faking it can be a whole lot of fun.


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★★★★ 4 𝓢𝓽𝓪𝓻 𝓡𝓮𝓿𝓲𝓮𝔀 ★★★★


I haven't read this author in about five years. I have downloaded a few of her books over the years, but I haven't had the chance to read them. I am glad I decided to read this shortly after I downloaded it. I couldn't have been happier with this one.


I connected with the heroine almost instantly. There was something about her that I adored. She was real. She was raw. She wore her heart on her sleeve. I don't know how I couldn't like her. 


This book starts off pulling your heartstrings from the go. Then it takes you on a joyride of a fake relationship and a little payback that couldn't have been more enjoyable. The rollercoaster of a ride this book took me on was fun!


Beck was the perfect half of Stella she didn't know she had... yet. While he intrigues her and she is highly attracted to him, she had no clue what she was signing up for when she agreed to a favor for a favor. He hit her like a ton of bricks.


If there was one thing I can say I didn't care for in this book it was the climax on command aspect. It's not a dealbreaker. But it's too cliche for me. It's one of those things in a book that has me sighing deeply and rolling my eyes. However, to each their own.


Overall, I really enjoyed this book. I can guarantee I will be reading more from this author in the future.

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