Book Review → Emergency Engagement

emergency engagementTitle: Emergency Engagement
Author: Samanthe Beck
Series: Love Emergency
Publication Date: February 15th, 2016

Synopsis: He needs the kind of rescue only she can provide…

Glass artist Savannah Smith expected a marriage proposal for Thanksgiving—just not from her strong, silent, super-hot neighbor. But when misplaced mail and a wayward can of paint lands them in a compromising position right as her family arrives for dinner, they assume he’s “The One” she’s been talking about.

Then his family shows up.

Fate dealt a crippling blow to paramedic Beau Montgomery’s heart, and he isn’t about to put it at risk again. Except, with his mother crying tears of joy over his surprise engagement to the sexy little blonde next door, he can’t bring himself to ruin her “Christmas miracle.”

Somewhere between the paint can to the head and the chaotic family trip to the ER, Beau manages to talk Savannah into being his fake fiancée long enough to survive the holidays.

If, of course, they don’t fall in love first…

Review: Samanthe Beck does it again. She’s written yet another amazing book! I just love the way that she develops the relationships between characters and shows, not tells, how her characters fall in love with each other. And mixed in with that are scorching hot sex scenes. She always has the best balance of non-sex scenes to sex scenes, it never feels like there are too many of the latter or too little. I fell in love with Savannah instantly, she’s just amazing. She’s a glass artist, she’s sassy, witty, and such an amazingly loving and caring person. Then there’s Beau the stoic, closed off, yet caring EMT. They just make such a great pair and I loved watching them fall in love with each other! I am really, really looking forward to the next books in this series, especially Hunter’s book. I can’t decide which female I’d like to see him with though, Sam’s given us two great options in this book.

Stars: ★★★★★
Recommendation: Yes, this is the first in a new series!
I received an ARC of this book from Entangled Publishing on Netgalley. This in no way affected my review.

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