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Some awkward moments followed by heart warming full on awwwwwwwwwww moments ;. This Travis is a Breath of fresh air!
He said he was going to marry her! He knew this at the firm age of like ten! His honest thoughts and crush on Kacey - just so adorable.
Bonus points for this Travis Titus : 1 he was sentimental kept stuffed animal he named after her 2 he kept her parents memories alive 3 his fear of big bad bears 4 he finally right hooked his brother 5 his de This was a cute fun read!
Bonus points for this Travis Titus : 1 he was sentimental kept stuffed animal he named after her 2 he kept her parents memories alive 3 his fear of big bad bears 4 he finally right hooked his brother 5 his determination to surprise her and make her happy 6 his use and love of Benadryl!!!
He evoked a momentary pharmaceutical the-heat-is on! Nuff said. If you have a desire for a quick, cute and easy reading give this a try.
Apr 14, Tammy Walton Grant rated it it was ok Shelves: romance-contemporary , romance-wtf-is-this , tropes-bicker-banter , tropes-false-fiance , anachronisms-ahoy , what-the-heck-it-was-free , april , skim-it-to-win-it.
Colour me perplexed. Is this what "NA" books are? If so, this book ain't it. It has the other pre-requisites: heroine orphaned tragically, alone in the world and struggling to finish college; the stunningly gorgeous male lead with a tortured well, this guy had a stutter.
Sort of tragic, no? Otherwise, it was a standard, run-of-the-mill contemporary romance. Heroine agrees to act a Colour me perplexed.
Heroine agrees to act a fiancee to the love of her live in order to fool his family and patch up love's career, then runs into love's older brother, who has been in love with HER all of his life.
Comedic love triangle and assorted goofy family antics ensue. The problem I had with this and it's too bad, because otherwise I quite enjoy this trope was that although the author says her characters are 21 and 23, they don't talk that way, dress that way, have jobs that fit, or, for the most part, act that way.
Hero is supposed to be 23, talks like he's 30 and has owned and run a millionaire's ranch for years.
The ne'er do well brother, who we are told is 21, has taken over his parent's multi-million dollar company, is stalked by paparazzi and tabloid reporters and has been in multiple scandals with strippers.
The only believable thing about all of that is the stripper part. The heroine, who is also supposed to be 21, is the only one who remotely acts her age, but certainly talks like a woman in her late 20s.
So there was that. And the whole high school thing from my updates. The first half of the book felt as though the characters and story were written to be in their late 20s, early 30s.
By the end of the book nothing much was making sense anymore. Well, at least it was free. Ok, this was seriously adorable. Sweet, funny laugh out loud funny , poignant, with just the right amount of cheese.
Definitely an enjoyable mostly lighthearted read about childhood friends who finally with some well meaning family manipulation realize they are meant for each other.
His entire life. How many people could actually claim that? That for their entire existence, the one person they wanted to share eternity with, had never changed, never fal Ok, this was seriously adorable.
That for their entire existence, the one person they wanted to share eternity with, had never changed, never faltered.
It had always been her. View all 12 comments. Oct 25, Jennifer rated it really liked it Shelves: listened-to-audiobook , read , adult-contemporary-romance , adult-content.
Sweet and sexy with lots of humor and emotion. I'm really starting to like this author. Looking forward to following this series!
Apr 07, Christine rated it really liked it. Loved it! So why a four star and not a five Kacey's world was turned upside down after a fateful night where she not only loses her best friend but also her parents.
Jake has always been Kacey's best friend and protector from not just his older brother who terrorized her as a kid, but also mean teenage girls who did not understand their relationship.
Travis Jake's older brother has always been behind the scenes and the third wheel to this little equation. He has also Loved it!
He has also been secretly crushing on Kacey since he was eight. A few years later, Kacey gets a random phone call from her once ex-best-friend Jake who is now eccentric millionaire playboy and heir to the Titus throne.
After a few bad choices he finds himself backed into a corner and is desperate to find a solution and knows that there is only one person who he can ask for help.
He offers her a proposition. He asks her to be his pretend fiancee for the weekend and be available for random photo ops. It'll help get the board at Titus off his back for bringing such negative press to their respectable firm, but to also show his parents that he is a responsible mature adult who is capable of commitment.
As her reward he will pay off her student loans which will make life so much easier for her. Trouble is Travis her 'arch nemesis' will be present throughout the entire weekend and that is when the story gets Ok can I say that I loved this book.
After chapter one I was hooked! Could not put it down. Found myself sighing, swooning, grinning and laughing out loud throughout the story.
Grandma has got to be the most hilarious grandparent ever! With her cheeky manner, shameless, cunning, manipulative mind, and her live life for the moment philosophy I really enjoyed this book.
But you ask, why four and not five? I found the ending quite rushed. We reach a climactic point in the story where it gets all heated and interesting and then like a flash it's sorted and then the moments gone.
I really do wish there was an Epilogue after the final chapter. I mean yeah it has a happy ending and all but it would have been nice for just a teensy bit more to their story, you know?
Otherwise, totally loved this book! View all 19 comments. The Bet was hilariously addicting! I loved that the characters charmed their way into my heart, that the pages were filled with tons of fun drama and that the ending left me excited to read the next book in this series.
This was my first book by Rachel Van Dyken and I'm definitely kicking myself that I didn't pick up one of her books sooner!
Jake's thumb rubbed across her fingers delicately. Another involuntary shiver ran down her spine.
It's not real, Kacey. Just remember it The Bet was hilariously addicting! Just remember it's not real. He doesn't really like you in that way.
Do it for Grandma! Jake Titus propositioned Kacey to pretend to be his fiance. They were childhood friends, but after a falling out they hadn't spoken in a few years.
Jake was feeling pressure from his family's company to change his playboy persona and his Grandma, who loved Kacey and had been sick, wanted to see her.
So by bringing Kacey back home, he'd be back in his family and company's good graces and he would help Kacey out with her college expenses in return.
It sounded like the perfect win win situation. Yet nothing could prepare Kacey for being back in the Titus' house, especially with Travis there.
He was Jake's older brother who was horrific to Kacey as a child. He'd be a fool to let her go. Was I supposed to love Kacey with Jake or Travis?
But over time we got to see who deserved Kacey's heart. In the beginning, Kacey and Jake's interactions were adorable.
They had a friendship that was definitely complicated and filled with some hurt. But it also felt strong and true, or at least it use to be that way.
You see, we got to hear lots of stories referencing Kacey and Jake's past and I laughed so hard I cried. Their past was hysterical! But the more I saw who Jake was, I wasn't the biggest fan of him.
He would come across as a self centered asshole. He could make the worst choices and it all seemed to center on instant gratification. And he never thought about how the ramifications would affect others.
But Jake seemed like the type where if he really wanted something, he'd find a way to make it happen. Travis held up his wine. His eyes, though it was dark, seemed to he hiding something, as if he were talking about more than her stupid phobia.
She leaned in, now completely relaxed from drowning half of her wine already, and whispered, "To conquering old fears. They made me laugh so hard too, but each moment had something else coursing through it.
There was a tension between them that was always crackling and it left me with the hugest grin on my face.
Travis and Kacey's moments together were so hot. Even when they were throwing jabs at each other. They could also be ridiculously immature and it was so much fun.
I loved their teasing and their weird obsession with food fights. It made my heart smile and I couldn't stop laughing!
He wondered if she could hear his heart hammering in his chest. Everything I do, everything I've done in my life it's all because of you.
He looked out for Kacey and he thought about her happiness first. Yeah he would screw up from time to time, but ultimately he was her biggest protector and champion.
So I kept my fingers crossed that that was who Kacey would end up with, because sometimes it didn't feel as though it'd pan out in that direction.
So be careful with your hearts! Speaking of my heart She was funny, smart, devious and I'm looking forward to seeing what she's up to in the next book!
Both brothers. One a friend, the other something so much more. So I definitely recommend The Bet! It's for everyone who adores NA stories that have tension running through them.
And if you love drama that's fun, with sillier moments laced through it, then this is definitely your book! The next book is about the brother who wasn't meant for Kacey and I'm so excited to see what happens to him!
PS So here's a weird confession. Usually I don't read books with the name Travis. It's my brothers name and yeah it just feels weird.
But I call my brother Trav and I heard that wasn't used in this book, thank goodness!! For more of my reviews, please visit View all 5 comments.
Mar 28, Shreya rated it it was amazing. Why the hell does this book have a "below 4" rating???? Yep, as in more than one Moreover they are right bit of cocky!!
Actually couldn't keep tabs on her while salivating for one of the guys The dialogues were witty..
I couldn't stay away from the story Make sure to check this one out.. I'm sure you guys will love it View all 6 comments.
Apr 11, Mo rated it really liked it. I must say this was a nice surprise. Have never read this author before but must have come across it here on Goodreads.
It was romantic, funny, smart, sexy without too much sex - well, without hardly any sex and certainly none of it graphic.
Two brothers, one girl. Could get messy. No, it didn't, well not really. Kind of reminded me a bit of the old film, Sabrina.
I loved Travis. Kinda liked Jake Think you know what I mean. Will def I must say this was a nice surprise.
Will definitely check out some other books by this author. It was nice get away from reality for a while and forget about all the troubles in the world and live in someone else's fluffy little world for a while.
Jun 29, Laurynne Gouws rated it it was ok. Pure torture. There is no heat, no passion, no desire, no swearing, no lust, no fire It's a book you could read at your church picnic.
I bet you just looked at the cover again right? Actually it's nothing like the book. Firstly, there's no passion as the cover suggests.
And more importantly, Kacey, who I assume is suppose to be the girl on the cover, actually has No. And more importantly, Kacey, who I assume is suppose to be the girl on the cover, actually has dark hair I'm going to go and guess that its Travis who is kissing the blonde version of Kacey Now, well Travis is suppose to be blondish They were absolute freaks.
They were 10 year old's disguised as adults. They could actually even be mentally challenged because nothing they said or did made any sense.
If there had been a paragraph in the book about how they all gather around and smoke weed every Friday, I may have understood them better And that's crazy strange.
I'm all for fun banter and tricks up your sleeve. I'm not a prude. But when you put three seriously hot adults together then surely there needs to be some heat in there somewhere - there was none.
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Edit Cast Credited cast: Alex Klein Denton Baker Brian Atkinson Amanda Morrison Michael Consiglio Brandon Lucas Yassir Lester The slightest attempt on his part to break the conditions, if only two minutes before the end, released the banker from the obligation to pay him the two million.
For the first year of his confinement, as far as one could judge from his brief notes, the prisoner suffered severely from loneliness and depression.
The sounds of the piano could be heard continually day and night from his lodge. He refused wine and tobacco. Wine, he wrote, excites the desires, and desires are the worst foes of the prisoner; and besides, nothing could be more dreary than drinking good wine and seeing no one.
And tobacco spoilt the air of his room. In the first year the books he sent for were principally of a light character; novels with a complicated love plot, sensational and fantastic stories, and so on.
In the second year the piano was silent in the lodge, and the prisoner asked only for the classics. In the fifth year music was audible again, and the prisoner asked for wine.
Those who watched him through the window said that all that year he spent doing nothing but eating and drinking and lying on his bed, frequently yawning and angrily talking to himself.
He did not read books. Sometimes at night he would sit down to write; he would spend hours writing, and in the morning tear up all that he had written.
More than once he could be heard crying. In the second half of the sixth year the prisoner began zealously studying languages, philosophy, and history.
He threw himself eagerly into these studies - so much so that the banker had enough to do to get him the books he ordered. In the course of four years some six hundred volumes were procured at his request.
It was during this period that the banker received the following letter from his prisoner:. Show them to people who know the languages. Let them read them.
If they find not one mistake I implore you to fire a shot in the garden. That shot will show me that my efforts have not been thrown away.
The geniuses of all ages and of all lands speak different languages, but the same flame burns in them all. Oh, if you only knew what unearthly happiness my soul feels now from being able to understand them!
The banker ordered two shots to be fired in the garden. Then after the tenth year, the prisoner sat immovably at the table and read nothing but the Gospel.
It seemed strange to the banker that a man who in four years had mastered six hundred learned volumes should waste nearly a year over one thin book easy of comprehension.
Theology and histories of religion followed the Gospels. In the last two years of his confinement the prisoner read an immense quantity of books quite indiscriminately.
At one time he was busy with the natural sciences, then he would ask for Byron or Shakespeare. There were notes in which he demanded at the same time books on chemistry, and a manual of medicine, and a novel, and some treatise on philosophy or theology.
His reading suggested a man swimming in the sea among the wreckage of his ship, and trying to save his life by greedily clutching first at one spar and then at another.
By our agreement I ought to pay him two million. If I do pay him, it is all over with me: I shall be utterly ruined. Fifteen years before, his millions had been beyond his reckoning; now he was afraid to ask himself which were greater, his debts or his assets.
Desperate gambling on the Stock Exchange, wild speculation and the excitability whic h he could not get over even in advancing years, had by degrees led to the decline of his fortune and the proud, fearless, self-confident millionaire had become a banker of middling rank, trembling at every rise and fall in his investments.
He is only forty now. He will take my last penny from me, he will marry, will enjoy life, will gamble on the Exchange; while I shall look at him with envy like a beggar, and hear from him every day the same sentence: 'I am indebted to you for the happiness of my life, let me help you!
The one means of being saved from bankruptcy and disgrace is the death of that man! It struck three o'clock, the banker listened; everyone was asleep in the house and nothing could be heard outside but the rustling of the chilled trees.
Trying to make no noise, he took from a fireproof safe the key of the door which had not been opened for fifteen years, put on his overcoat, and went out of the house.
It was dark and cold in the garden. Rain was falling. A damp cutting wind was racing about the garden, howling and giving the trees no rest.
The banker strained his eyes, but could see neither the earth nor the white statues, nor the lodge, nor the trees. Going to the spot where the lodge stood, he twice called the watchman.
No answer followed. Evidently the watchman had sought shelter from the weather, and was now asleep somewhere either in the kitchen or in the greenhouse.