Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Review: Bencher Family Bundle by Inara Scott

Title: Bencher Family Bundle (Rules of Negotiation, The Boss's Fake Fiance, and Falling for Mr. Wrong
Author: Inara Scott
Source: Entangled - Indulgence
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Length: Novella Bundle
Release Date: February 10, 2014
Reviewed by: Jasmyn

Rating - 5
Sexual - 3

Rules of Negotiation
In a no-strings attached fling, NYC’s most eligible bachelor, Brit Bencher, vows to make a high-powered corporate attorney, Tori Anderson, feel like a woman. But what will she do when he decides he won’t take “one night stand” for an answer?

The Boss's Fake Fiance
No relationships, that’s billionaire Garth Solen’s rule—especially not with a woman like his new employee Melissa Bencher, who thinks with her heart and not her head. But all bets are off when Melissa tries to make her jerk ex-boyfriend jealous by suggesting that she’s dating her gorgeous boss. The game is clear: for one month, they play the part of an engaged couple, and then they part ways. No emotions. No entanglements. But when it comes to matters of the heart, Melissa’s never been good at following the rules…

Falling for Mr. Wrong
Kelsey is as far from Ross Bencher's ideal as a woman can get, but she continues to bewitch him at every turn. As a single father of three, Ross knows the kind of woman he needs: someone predictable, reliable, and safe; someone who can give his kids the security they deserve. Someone completely different from Kelsey, his temporary nanny, who only has the Himalayan climbing expedition on her mind. She knows that she can't afford any second-guessing, attachments, or distractions, but try telling that to her heart when Ross's blue eyes and strong hands leave her gasping... and questioning everything she's ever known about love.
Rules of Negotiation:
Meet Sam and Brit - I can't figure out which one I loved the most at the end of the book.  Sam is a workaholic that puts in 80 plus hours a week trying to make partner at her law firm.  She's an amazing lawyer and that's how she runs into Brit.  He's buying her clients company - but he has something else he wants as well, and plans to seduce her to get it (the big jerk face).  But it all comes back to kick him in the butt when he falls for her and she figures out what he's done.

Now I don't normally like romances that start with a bunch of lies - but something about Brit really won me over.  In this book we get to meet Brit's family - which star in the next novels in the bundle and it really sets the stage well for their stories to begin.

The Boss's Fake Fiance
Melissa is Brit's little sister.  She's a technology genius and has landed her dream job with Garth Soren's company.  One small problem, she's got a crush on the boss.  When she tells an itty bitty fib to get back at her cheating bastard of an ex-boyfriend things get really out of control.

Garth is a private man - a man that doesn't like his emotions or personal life to be anything but personal.  So when the papers announce that he has a fiance he didn't know about he's pissed.  His punishment is to make Melissa play along for awhile.  Their plan leads to some very interesting things.  I loved Melissa for her personality and I loved Garth for his awkwardness.  They made such a cute couple, even if it was fake...but the ending...the ending had me almost in tears.

Fall for Mr. Wrong
On the surface Ross and Kelsey are all wrong for each other. Ross wants a stable, reliable, and safe woman. Kelsey is far from that. She hikes deadly mountians and risks her life, no challenge is too big for her. So why can't they seem to keep away from each other when Kelsey takes a temporary position as the nanny for his three kids (I loved all three of them by the end). As they grow closer and closer they both realize that neither one of them really knows what they want out of life. But Kelsey is about to leave to attempt the most dangerous summit in the world, and they are running out of time to figure it out. This was a fantastic book, with just the tiniest hint of danger on the horizon. Kelsey was so very relatable - while appearing perfect at first, I grew to love each and every one of her flaws as they showed up.

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