October 17, 2017

# Melissa Foster # Review

The Real Thing by Melissa Foster Review!


Bakery owner Willow Dalton’s friendship with Zane Walker has always been a bit complicated. Now a scrumptiously hot A-list actor, Zane’s always had a reputation as a player. He’s arrogant, and he’s definitely not boyfriend material. Sure, he did Willow a favor by agreeing to take her virginity before college, but is that reason enough for her to go along with a fake engagement a decade later—even if it comes with a real diamond ring?

Zane should have known better. Nothing involving Willow has ever been easy. Still, he knows her better than anyone, and becoming America’s hottest new leading man means cleaning up his reputation. An “engagement” to curvy, sass-mouthed Willow is the perfect PR move…provided no one gets hurt.

Now Zane and Willow’s little white lie has turned into an irresistible recipe for sweet temptation. And soon no one will be able to tell the difference between their fake engagement and the real thing—including them.

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The Real Thing has quickly become my favourite novel from Melissa Foster!!

Willow is so incredibly funny. She has these moments where no matter how serious she is trying to be, there will be a joke or pun attached to her words. I loved how she always had a soft spot for Zane, and no matter what happened between them, always wanted what was best for him.

Zane is certainly a dreamy book boyfriend. Yes, he does some stupid things, and some of his actions are slightly questionable, however, when you get to read about the true Zane, nothing else matters, and you could tell that his heart was always in the right place.

“I'm about as imperfect as they come, but my love for you is real.”

Let's not forget to mention how hot these two characters are when they come together!! They have some serious heat going on between them in the bedroom... and kitchen and just about every other place you can imagine!

The relationship between Zane and Willow was definitely an enjoyable one to read about. Not only were they able to maintain a certain level of friendship, but you were able to see just how much they truly cared about one another. You could tell that they would have done just about anything for each other, and therefore, their relationship was a heartwarming one.
I certainly enjoyed this novel, and I can't wait to read the second novel in the Sugar Lake series!!

5/5 Stars!

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