ARC Review · Contemporary · Fake Relationship · Series

Best Man (Billionaire Bachelors Book 6) by Lila Monroe

3.5 Stars

Rebecca Delaney is in need of a husband… today. With her inheritance stemming on her marital status, she has her fiancée arranged and ready to go… until he flakes on her last minute. Now she is in need of a new a man to marry her by tomorrow… no problem…

Arthur ‘Fitz’ Fitzgerald has no problem embracing his playboy persona. British, sexy and always up for a good time… who wouldn’t want to be hitched to him? And with his impulsive nature speeding him along, he finds himself offering one intriguing bride-to-be a new temporary husband… no strings attached, but an attraction definitely included…


Best Man was a sweet and entertaining read about a fake marriage between two people who didn’t know that falling into a marriage that is meant to be very temporary would lead them to finding the love of their lives…

With the death of her friend and landlord, Becca finds herself inheriting the NYC apartment building she lives in… along with the stipulation that she is married along with it. She is determined to do everything she can to keep the beloved building, and it’s residents right where they are… but now she has a legal battle looming ahead of her that requires her to find a husband… fast.

Fitz goes from being the best man in a quickie courthouse wedding… to the groom?! Hearing Becca’s story about how she needs a husband for her and her eclectic group of friends to stay in the building they all love, he readily volunteers to stand in and help her out.

But, when a marriage on paper turns into Becca and Fitz really getting to know each other, it isn’t long before the fake marriage becomes more real than they ever expected…

This was a really enjoyable read! From the sexual tension, to the relationship melding of two people from two very different worlds, Becca and Fitz’s fake marriage catapults them to the HEA that both of these caring and genuine people truly deserve to find.

I received a complimentary copy of this book for my honest and unbiased review.

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