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THE SPANISH LOVE DECEPTION - Elena Armas

THE SPANISH LOVE DECEPTION - Elena Armas

β€œπ’€π’π’– 𝒇𝒆𝒆𝒍 π’„π’π’Žπ’‘π’π’†π’•π’† π’Šπ’ π’Žπ’š π’‚π’“π’Žπ’”. 𝒀𝒐𝒖 𝒇𝒆𝒆𝒍 π’π’Šπ’Œπ’† π’Žπ’š π’‰π’π’Žπ’†.”

Goodreads rating - 3.85/5Β 
My rating - ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐/5 

Book trope - Enemies to Lovers, Fake dating

The story unfolds as a captivating romantic comedy that skillfully navigates the complexities of love, deception, and unexpected connections. Catalina MartΓ­n, caught in the throes of her own little white lie, desperately needs a fake boyfriend for her sister's weddingβ€”an elaborate facade that has spiraled out of control. The clock is ticking, and the challenge intensifies as Catalina, surrounded by her raucous family, seeks someone willing to cross the Atlantic to maintain the charade.
Enter Aaron Blackford, Catalina's tall, handsome, and seemingly condescending colleague, who surprises everyone, especially Catalina, by offering to play the role. The blurb hints at a dynamic relationship, initially marked by aggravation and insufferability, but with the potential for unexpected depths as the narrative progresses.
What sets the stage for this romantic escapade is not just the urgency of Catalina's situation but the promise of humor, wit, and a nuanced exploration of the characters. Elena Armas's writing style, as suggested by the blurb, appears to be a delightful concoction of humor and emotional depth. The anticipation builds as Catalina grapples with the impending wedding, and readers can expect a rollercoaster of emotions, from comedic mishaps to potentially heartwarming revelations.Β 

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