Sunday, November 17, 2013

Made to Last - A Review


Miranda Woodruff will do anything to keep her home-building show, From the Ground Up, on the air. Even introduce her husband to her viewers. There's just one problem. The "husband" she's supposed to be married to doesn't exist. When her producers come up with the idea to hire a man to play the part of her husband. So now Miranda's closely guarded private life is about to become very public. Reporter Matthew Knox is desperate for a breakout story that will save his career. When he's offered the chance to blog about the very private Miranda Woodruff, he jumps at the chance to find out what makes this intriguing woman tick. Plus it's a huge financial breakthrough that will help to pay for an important surgery for his young niece. Sparks fly between Matthew and Miranda from the moment they meet. But with her supposedly married, nothing can come of it, right? But when the truth comes out, will Matthew and Miranda escape with their hearts intact or not?

I was thrilled to be a part of the author's Tagg Team for this book. Early reviews I kept seeing on Facebook and Twitter kept praising this book. I knew I was going to have to move it up in my reading pile sooner rather than later. As I started reading, I could tell that the early praise didn't disappoint. I was laughing by the end of the first chapter and then kept giggling through out the rest of the story. I loved seeing how both Matthew and Miranda would deny their attraction for one another because after all, she was married. This has quickly become one of my favorite romantic comedies and I'm looking forward to the next book. I'm hoping it will be about the delightful Blaze! This is a debut author who has fast become a favorite!

I received this book for free from the author for the purpose of promoting and reviewing. My thoughts and opinions are my own.

Recommended to fans of Home Improvement, Extreme Makeover Home Edition, romantic comedies, Janice Thompson, Becky Wade, Rachel Hauck, Lisa Wingate

Rating - 5 stars

1 comment:

  1. Yes! Another five-star review. So glad you enjoyed this one, Dawn. :)

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