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What's a little engagement between friends?

Omar Esterly is married to his job. But when Omar sets his sights on a potential, family-oriented client, his confirmed bachelorhood becomes a problem. Fortunately, his friend and employee, Devi Boss, has the perfect plan...

Okay, so it wasn't exactly Devi's plan to become her friend's fake fiancée. Lies aren't her style. However, Omar offers her a big, beautiful raise - enough to track down the missing father she's never known - and Devi reluctantly agrees to the whole engagement hoax...

This was supposed to be a no-strings-attached win-win for both Devi and Omar, but when they cross the line between friendship and...well, something more, Devi realizes she's made a huge mistake that just might cost her both job and friend - falling for her fiancé.

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A Friendly Engagement
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June 23rd, 2015
I thoroughly enjoyed the friends to lovers, fake fiance tale of Omar and Devi. Omar is very business oriented, no time for fun. To land the next next big account, he needs a wife and he has no intentions of getting married. The perfect solution is Devi, his personal assistant, whom enjoys and has fun with life. It was fun to see Omar come out of his comfort zone, and the mutual attraction growing between these two. An attraction that neither can fight off. This is the first book that I have read by Christine Warner, and now I will be looking for more of her books. I received this book from Netgalley for an honest review.
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Fun relaxing read
June 23rd, 2015
Fun, relaxing read! It's a fake fiancee story that is very well done and definitely left me with a smile. Omar knows exactly what he's doing in his finance world. Everything is precise and exact, just like he likes things. But when the very large client he's been going after decides he only wants to work with family-oriented firms, he knows his bachelorhood will be a problem. Who better to help him out than best friend and personal assistant Devi. She knows him better than anyone so faking an engagement should be easy. Seeing each other out of the office setting has emotions and well other things stirring!! This is one you will want to pick up for a great afternoon read. I highly recommend it.
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