**2016 RITA® AWARD FINALIST - BEST MID-LENGTH CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE**
They aren't in it for love... but love has it in for them.
Marcy Henrickson isn't looking for love as the latest Miss Right on the reality dating show Romancing Miss Right. She's realistic enough to know the odds of finding true love on national television are astronomical--but the chance that the exposure will boost her next book onto the New York Times Bestseller List? That's a risk worth taking. And if she's the one picking from the handsome Suitors, how can she possibly get hurt?
The last thing Craig Corrow wants is to fall in love. San Diego's Favorite Bad Influence is looking to transition from local radio shock-jock to national television host and a reality dating show is his ticket to fame and fortune. He's there to stir things up and Miss Right is just another pawn in his game plan...
Until he meets Marcy and she isn't the fake reality princess he was expecting. She's all too real--and so is the way he feels about her. But when he's faced with a choice between love and money, can this bad boy give up his villain ways and get the girl?
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Charming, funny and heart warming!! This is the second book in this series. I stated before I don't like these types of reality shows but I have loved both of these books. The characters in this story, Marcy Henrickson who is a romance writer is a closed off type person. She keeps her feeling very close. She has come on the Romancing Miss Right Show mainly to boost her sales as a NY Times Best Selling Author. But finding love would be nice, and since she is the one choosing, she may not get her heart broken right? Craig Corrow is radio personality wanting to further his career and get into daytime television, he isn't there to find the love of his life, just to make himself get noticed. He doesn't want to hurt anyone, but its all about him. But then these two meet, Craig doesn't see Marcy as a fake person but as someone he likes. He wants to get to know her better, and could he falling in love with her? But if he is forced to choose between money and his job or Marcy and love, what would his choice be? Marcy can't get Craig out of her head. She knows he is in it for himself, he is honest about that. He is a bad boy, but is there more to him than that? He makes her laugh, and the way he looks at her. This is a wonderful story of love between two people who are not sure about love or how they feel about it, or if true ever lasting love even exists. One feels its best to play it safe and the other is not safe at all. They explore a lot of feelings both good and bad, lots of up and downs. They have a lot of laughs and some tears, but is it enough to find true love in the end? It's a wonderful sweet story full of emotion. Lizzie has written another winner in my opinion and I can't wait to read the next one in April.
I liked how this book was not as predictable as it could have been. Great ending. And great book.
Enjoyable story with likable charactors.