Boyfriend for Hire (West Side Romance, #2)

Boyfriend for Hire (West Side Romance, #2)

by Gail Chianese

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Boyfriend for Hire 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was really happy with this book. Gail Chianese is a new-to-me author. I enjoyed this series even if the "mystery" was a little predictable. Liked the friendships and how the characters related to each other
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good read
In_My_Humble_OpinionDA More than 1 year ago
Boyfriend for Hire is a fun read. I had no idea that this was the second in a series but it can be read standalone. This is a case of chemical attraction between the best friends of the first book. They choose not to act on it because they figure they will have to deal with their best friends when it goes south. And it will go south because David’s a confirmed bachelor and Tawny is working to get ahead. She comes from a traditional family that want her to find a man and settle down having babies. Not in her plans right now. I really like Tawny she is strong, smart and kind. David isn’t as big a jerk as he first appears. When Tawny is forced to quit her job she needs a “boyfriend” to nail down her new job. David is there and is hired (not really) to be her boyfriend. When one date turns into several and they discover the attraction isn’t just chemical things get fun. Everyone loves David and you will too.
Anlenhart1 More than 1 year ago
Boyfriend for Hire is the story of Tawny and David. Tawny is a woman working at bank, who is fired from her job when her slimy boss promotes someone else. She is forced to find a job outside her field when her former boss gives her poor recommendations. She applies at an event planner business and rapidly learns that the emphasis for all employees is family and living a balanced life. She panics during the interview when asked about her life outside of work, and lies about having a boyfriend. She tells her prospective boss, that her guy is her brother's best friend David. She and David are frenemies that clash about a lot, but he is happy to help get the new job, but attending a company function. As their fake relationship grows, feelings begin to develop between them. Will they get a happy ending or will they just be friends? This is a cute book that exemplifies the pretend relationship plot. Both of the main characters were stubborn and opinionated which lead to fun situations where they had to explain their relationship. It was a fun, light read that made me smile. I was given a free copy for an honest review by netgalley.com
Bette313 More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this relationship of convenience story. It's a cute story with great characters. Tawny and David work well together and the banter and sass between them is very entertaining. Neither of them are looking for a relationship but what starts out as pretend starts to feel very, very real. This author's writing style is fantastic and keeps the story moving at a great pace. This is definitely one I recommend for everyone.
Lashea677 More than 1 year ago
The trials and tribulations of being a single working girl in the career dominated man's world. Boyfriend for Hire is full of charm, sass and flair. Tawny is driven and intent on finding something that is all her own. I enjoy these relationship of convenience stories because the scenarios are so extremely funny that I have to always reread them. I received an ARC of this novel in exchange for an honest review. Stylish read that left me warm and fuzzy.