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Book Review: Can’t Buy Me Love


He can’t buy his way out of trouble this time…

Housekeeper-slash-entrepreneur Ella Bradley prides herself on being ready for anything. After all, with a father who died—and lied to her—and a stepmom and stepsister who despise her, she has no one else to depend on. But on the biggest night of her life, she’s unprepared to be trapped in an elevator with the man of her dreams.

Wealthy prince-to-a-fortune Adrian Vassos wants nothing more than to shed his reputation as a party boy and prove that he is a savvy businessman. Even, a gentleman. But when he’s trapped with a woman who knows his reputation but not his face, he gives into the temptation to be someone else—and lies.

When serendipity brings them together again—this time to work off community service—can their combined sentences spark a new ending? Maybe…if Adrian’s lies don’t find him out. Again.

The magic of Deep Haven enchants in this modern-day Cinderella story. 

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Ella and her prince aren’t the usual fairy tale couple with their troublesome “misunderstandings” with the law.

I didn’t like Ella at first and I did like Adrian with a dislike of Della’s assumptions.

Soon Ella rose to the challenge and became a heroine I could like and even connected.

The story was somewhat lighthearted due to Adrian’s way of always joking and yet somewhat sad with Ella’s past along with the misunderstandings and the lies that got about.

Over all, this modern fairy tale is quite cute and one that romance lovers will enjoy with the message of hope woven through.

18+ die to attraction and a side character’s inappropriate actions.

I voluntarily received and reviewed a complimentary e/copy of this book which I received from the author/publisher. All views expressed are only my honest opinion.


2 responses to “Book Review: Can’t Buy Me Love”

  1. Hm. An interesting prospect…

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      Abigail | Rejoice In Reading


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