ARC Review of “Heir of the Hamptons: A Fake Marriage Romance”, by Erika Rhys @erikarhysauthor

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. Good read. Ronan and Ava both need some help to keep their businesses afloat. Ronan's sister has the solution for both of them. Do they really want to go along with it?

Ronan owns Kingsley Technologies, a company he built from the ground up, but he's having some trouble with finances and needs some money to put into his business before he loses it. Cara, Ronan's younger sister suggests he marry to get access to his inheritance from his grandfather. He only has to convince his socialite step-mother that it's honestly a marriage for love.

Ava is Cara's best friend and college roommate. They are like sisters and have stayed in touch since they graduated college. Ava owns a floral design business and is struggling to keep her business going and pay her bills. She started this business out of college and hates to think of letting it go because she can't pay her bills. Cara introduces Ava to Ronan at a dinner and leaves them on their own to get to know each other. They both decide that Cara's plan won't work.

The characters in this story are both strong willed people who have to work together to gain the success they are looking for. They start out a little rocky, but once they get to know each other and respect each other things begin to get smoother. I enjoyed reading the journey these two take to keep their businesses afloat, and I really liked both the main characters. I look forward to reading more about these two in particular, but about the rest of the family as well in the future.

If you like a book with a strong hero and heroine, but that can show their vulnerability, then this is a good book to read.

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