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Miss Belief: A Fake Relationship Romance (The Miss Series Book 3) Kindle Edition
Reid Maxwell is the man I’ve spent the last year crushing on – and he’s my new boss.
I should be over the moon about his recent breakup, but he’s gone from miserable to cold. It’s time to give post-breakup Reid a serious intervention.
Only our chat doesn’t go as expected.
Now he’s proposing the one thing I’m not sure I can pull off.
Teagan Larson is feisty and fearless. She’s also my new assistant.
She isn’t afraid to kick me out of my post-break up funk, nor does she sugar-coat the truth. Now that she’s agreed to be my fake girlfriend for an upcoming wedding, a weight has been lifted.
But the more time we spend together, the lines between fiction and fantasy start to blur.
Pretending has never felt more real.
Reality has never been more complicated.
Full Length Standalone book with no cliffhanger. Third book of the “Miss Series”.
***Miss Belief is for mature audiences due to steamy bedroom scenes that are in no way contained to just the bedroom.***
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- ASIN : B086FK1H6G
- Language : English
- File size : 1593 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
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- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 254 pages
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Teagan is secretly in love with her boss Reid. Where he has been unattainable in the past, that’s all changed since he recently broke up with his long-term girlfriend. Unfortunately, the charming and polite boss has now been replaced with mopey, boozy Reid.
Frankly, Tegan has had enough, and in her usual no filter way, is no longer prepared to put up with it. Except it doesn’t go as planned, and she is now his temporary fake girlfriend.
Reid doesn’t recognise the man he’s become. The breakup had to happen, but he feels lost. Especially since he has a wedding in two weeks that needs to be attended. But this means facing his ex and the source of the breakup. Yet with Teagan handing him a lifeline, this could be doable.
Teagan is just holding it together. Forced to spend quality time with each other, her attraction continues to grow, but their social divide is only more noticeable. Where Reid is old money, she’s barely scraping by and it stings.
By hanging out with Teagan, Reid feels invigorated. And trying to mask his attraction to his fake girlfriend is getting difficult. But as he peels away the layers, he is learning that this beautiful girl is hiding behind a tough shell. And honestly, he likes everything about her. But will she believe him?
Truthfully peeps, if you enjoy great contemporary/office romances, you need to check out The Miss Series. The third book in the series, Miss Belief didn’t disappoint. Characters that are irresistible, dialogue that is amusing and romance that is alive and well and darn sexy! I enjoy anything Aubrey Bondurant publishes.
Teagan is a strong sassy woman who has had a kinda tragic upbringing. But that upbringing helped make her the strong, smart mouthed woman she is today. She has had a crush on Reid for over a year now, so what could possibly go wrong when she pretends to be his girlfriend?
Reid is from a wealthy family that he’s been trying for 10 long years to avoid at all costs, but when you’re engaged to someone who doesn’t want to leave that world then you get kinda stuck. He slowly comes to realise, with Teagan’s help, that he’s more upset by who his fiancée cheated with than the actual relationship falling apart. This in itself helps bring him closure, but given that he’s a people pleaser it doesn’t stop him from putting himself in relationships-harms way.
But spending all this time with a ‘normal’ woman, one who doesn’t need expensive clothes and gifts to keep satisfied, and Reid is finding himself a new lease at life.
I really enjoyed this easy to read romance. And given that the relationship tampering got me really cranky and annoyed, I was super happy with the makeup sesh.
As for the new dynamic for the next book in the series- I am really looking forward to that one!
Since I can’t have him, Teagan Larson will have to step in, and does she ever! She’s a fierce woman with a strong personality that hides a sensitive centre.
Reid and Teagan have had very different upbringings and different lives but this all falls away when they are together. They are both comfortable and electric together – the best of combinations.
Of course it’s not all smooth sailing, and Bondurant introduces several side characters – including the ex-fiancée from hell – intent on pulling this couple apart. Their behaviour is over-the-top outrageous but it made me laugh, especially because it gave Teagan ample opportunity to voice her particular brand of snarky comebacks. So satisfying!
MISS BELIEF by Aubrey Bondurant is book three in the Miss series. All the books can be read as stand alones.
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In Miss Belief, Teagan shows a lot of confidence on the outside. She’s tall, beautiful and seems to be comfortable in every situation. Unfortunately, Teagan grew up with a drug-addicted mother, a stint in foster care, and financial difficulties her whole life. Teagan is vulnerable when it comes to trusting others, especially men and she can’t help attaching her value to her past. Considering she is also having to strip to help her sister cover her niece’s medical bills, Teagan feels she is not good enough for the man she has crushed on for the last year … her boss.
Reid is going through a rough patch after finding his fiancé cheating on him with his brother. Deep down he knows that he’s better off without the woman who has been in his life since middle school. It takes an intervention from his admin assistant and good friend, Teagan to realise he hasn’t been happy for many years. Teagan is not afraid to call him out on his bad behaviour and forces him to take a hard look at himself to see what he really wants out of life. Getting back to a healthy lifestyle (not drinking every night) and spending quality time with Teagan has made Reid realise that his ex was bad for him … and his confidence.
Reid must attend a wedding where he knows his ex and possibly his brother will attend. Teagan and Reid come up with the brilliant plan of going together as a couple. Unfortunately, Reid knows it will be horrible, but even he underestimates the extent that power and fortune hungry Mammas will go to, to gain a prosperous match. Even worse, Teagan must use her arsenal of smart, snarky, and cutting comments to keep the nasty vipers away. Reid and Teagan form an unbreakable bond against adversity. That bond ... and sharing a bed, exposes feelings that neither can deny.
I really enjoyed reading Miss Belief. It’s a little mean of me to think it but I don’t mind stories that show that the beautiful and rich have doubts, insecurities and problems just like us normal people. I also get a wee bit of a thrill seeing normal people standing up to and conquering rude, arrogant and haughty individuals. Teagan, in fine (snarky) form, was awesome up against Reid’s ex. I took an extreme amount of pleasure seeing the ex-fiancé lose.
This series has been a winner for me, and I can’t wait for the next instalment with Tory and Chance. If you haven’t tried an Aubrey Bondurant yet, I highly recommend giving the Miss series a try.
Stacey is Sassy, received an advanced copy of this story. The copy provided is not the final copy and may be subject to edits and changes.