, , , , , , , , , , , ,


She was going to get herself engaged.
And she had just the perfect guy in mind.

Kate McLeod was desperate.

Her younger sister was having her first baby, her younger brother was recently married, and . . . Christmas was coming.

And in the McLeod household, Christmas was everything. Every year her parents’ house looked like an assembly of angels had puked everywhere. She was talking lights and glitter, garland and plaid. EVERYWHERE. All of that Christmas spirit was topped off with the annual McLeod Holiday Party, complete with mistletoe and happy couples and . . . her lonesome single ass. Kate, the one everyone tried to set up with their friend or cousin or coworker. Kate, the oldest and pathetically unmarried sister. Kate, the sad, single San Franciscan.

Well, this year she had a plan.

She was going to get herself engaged.

A diamond ring on her finger was the perfect way to get her family to back off.

And she had just the perfect guy in mind.

Get your copy here!!

If you plan to purchase any of the books, we would appreciate it if you would use our links. This helps support the blog and does not cost you a thing. Thank you for your support!

–Wickedcoolflight Crew

Fly Girl’s Review

I’m really mixed on this book. I’m not even sure where to begin. I did like the book, but there are a few housekeeping issues I have to bring up first. 1. The cover does not do the book justice. The whole book finds them in casual-work clothing and one night in dress clothes for him. The cover doesn’t work for me. 2. This is part of her Billionaires series, but it hardly talks about him being one and he never uses the money or position to influence her. I think just to say he is rich doesn’t fit the Billionaire profile in my mind.

The story however is catchy and I did like it. Kate and Jamie were a perfect couple and I loved that she really made the guy want it from the beginning. Usually it takes time for them to come around, unless it’s a Mafia Romance. Seeing him try so hard to have patience when it came to rushing Kate, was cute. Kate on the other hand was a whole lotta mess…

Kate was the caregiver to everyone in her family and her friends which on the one hand made her a great person. But on the other hand, she was a failure at relationships because she didn’t know how to let someone else take care of her or how to let them into her life without feeling like she was being put down or being changed. She is a super independent girl and that also was a barrier to a good relationship because no one could ever come in and help her, not even her family.

With Jamie and the help of her BFF she discovers ways to let him in and how to take and give at the same time. She also discovered she had to let go of a lot of guilt to be able to do that. So she gives him a chance…Not going to spoil the rest, you have to pick it up and read for yourself how their romance turned out.

Elise gives us our HEA and as always, that makes me happy. That’s why I read romance, to see happy. OK-Maybe to feel happy. In our present times this is most important. A lighter heart is a good feeling. So I’m going to give this a 4.5 of 5 because of the housekeeping issues I have. The whole package needs to really come together for me. I expected wine and dining and shopping sprees and a plethora of other Billionaire afforded things based on the cover and the series title. I was a little let down. But without all that, the story was great.

4.5 of 5 Propellers

Connect with Elise Faber

Website | Facebook | Instagram Amazon

USA Today bestselling author, Elise Faber, loves chocolate, Star Wars, Harry Potter, and hockey (the order depending on the day and how well her team — the Sharks! — are playing). She and her husband also play as much hockey as they can squeeze into their schedules, so much so that their typical date night is spent on the ice. Elise is the mom to two exuberant boys and lives in Northern California. Connect with her in her Facebook group, the Fabinators.