Can Hanna and Will Find True Love Amid the Bright Lights of Reality TV?
Perfect for the fans of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette!
Six months ago, William stole Hanna’s heart and shattered it in front of millions of people on a reality TV dating show. And now the big-wig CEO is back on Hanna’s home turf in Minnesota and wants her to forgive him? Fat chance of that. But life is swirling around faster than snow in a blizzard, and despite her objections, teaming up with William seems like the only option to rescue her reputation.
William has never regretted anything more than the day he gave that ill-fated interview for the reality show, The Price of Love. But while he can’t change the past, he’s determined to fix the future. He just needs to convince Hanna to forgive him—and pretend to be engaged with him. Simple, right?
When the media erupts with even worse accusations, teaming up and pretending to be engaged seems to be the only way to salvage their reputations. Despite the media frenzy that swirls around them, an attraction neither of them can fight off begins to surface. Could this love run deeper than a scandal, or will old wounds tear them apart once and for all? When all seems lost, it’s only with help from above that Hanna and Will may find their happily-ever-after.
**I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. All opinions expressed are my own.**
There is something fascinating about reality tv shows. For me, I’m always intrigued by how much is real and how much is manipulated or staged. The Engagement Plot tells the story of what happens after the show is over. And with this book, it’s a lot of drama that bounces between reality and things that are staged.
Overall, I enjoyed this book. It was fun. The characters were well-rounded and interesting. And the plot was certainly a bit different. A lot of the story felt a bit unpredictable in all the right ways. And the story felt relevant to relationships in a contemporary world.
My biggest complaint of the book is that it felt very fluffy—but I don’t always consider that a bad thing (kind of like cotton candy… a little bit of it tastes great but too much and it loses it’s appeal). This was just one of those books that I could just pick up and escape into and leave just as easily. I enjoyed it, but not in the same way I enjoy books that are a bit deeper or heavy hitting.
If you are looking for a fun rom-com type story though, this is certainly a book worth checking out.