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Book Review: Yours For the Taking by Robin Kaye ( #romance #contemporary )

, by Mystee


Book Description

 January 1, 2011
He might be too good to be true...

Ben Walsh shouldn't be single. Handsome and wealthy, Ben is equally at home in Idaho where he grew up and in Manhattan where he's now an art dealer. Suave and successful with impeccable taste, he normally has women beating down his door. But the one woman he wants can't be convinced that he's for real...

She isn't sure if she has time for fairy tales...

Gina Reyez has fought for every bit of her success, and it's about time for things to start going her way. So when Ben makes a proposal that will allow her to take care of her family the way she wants to, she agrees. Besides, a guy this perfect would never be interested in her...right? By the time Gina figures out that she's read Ben all wrong, the arrangements are made, the papers are signed...but what exactly are they getting themselves into?


Product Details

  • File Size: 553 KB
  • Print Length: 376 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1402240104
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca (January 4, 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004DCB2SK

Rating: 3/5

Review: How far would you go to keep land in your family? Ben decides he'll find a wife in order to do so. I thought this was an interesting twist. This is part of a series and I've not read the first ones. However, this book is perfect as a stand-alone as well.

Anyway, Ben decides he can make the marriage a sort of business deal as well -- find a female to be his wife, offer her something for her "agreement" and then divorce in a determined amount of time. What could be easier? I think you'll be surprised.
My issue with the book was Gina. I don’t know anyone that would have tolerated her childish, spoiled behavior. So, while I don’t care for a perfect female lead (because no one’s perfect), I don’t like this type much either.
This is a light read, perfect for an evening in or even a day that you find yourself snowed in this winter-that is, if you can live with Gina.

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