The Plus-One Agreement

The Plus One Agreement Successful job Check Swish wardrobe Check Mr Right Not so much Emma Burney might not have a man but she has a very practical solution for that the plus one agreement A guaranteed date for any occasio

  • Title: The Plus-One Agreement
  • Author: CharlottePhillips
  • ISBN: 9780373207541
  • Page: 336
  • Format: Paperback
  • Successful job Check Swish wardrobe Check.Mr Right Not so much Emma Burney might not have a man, but she has a very practical solution for that the plus one agreement A guaranteed date for any occasion The problem Her date is the gorgeous Dan Morgan, the man she lusted after for years.Dan is all about keeping it casual, so when Emma decides to call it quits on theSuccessful job Check Swish wardrobe Check.Mr Right Not so much Emma Burney might not have a man, but she has a very practical solution for that the plus one agreement A guaranteed date for any occasion The problem Her date is the gorgeous Dan Morgan, the man she lusted after for years.Dan is all about keeping it casual, so when Emma decides to call it quits on their arrangement, he isn t bothered Well, maybe there s just a little bit of dented ego After all, he s always prided himself on his plus one prowess So when Emma begs just one last date suddenly he s got something to prove

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    1. All woman will tell you that attending an event of any kind alone is always embarrassing. You feel every one staring at you, and in the end for most of the time you don't even attend at all if you cannot find that vital piece of arm-candy.For Emma this is so not the case, she has an arrangement with the very hotter than hot Dan. He's her hero whenever she needs him to be, perfect ! But lusting after him in secret was never part of the plan yet she goes with the flow and just let's it be. Dan has [...]

    2. Not exactly ordinary when you have a so called arrangement with a friend, who plays your pretend girlfriend or boyfriend when the need arises. Business dinner, family wedding or an important social event, all you need to do is call Mr or Miss Plus One. That is the strange but straight forward agreement Dan and Emma have with each other.Obviously things like that work better in theory and not very well in real life settings. After a while, the whole having a trophy guy or gal on your arm scenario [...]

    3. The hero and heroine have a convenient arrangement where they provide dates for each other when he needs an intelligent date for a business meeting or she needs cover with her annoying family. She wanted more but realized she wouldn't get it, since he takes ditzy blondes on the real dates. So when she meets this hot bicycle racer who wines and dines her, she fake breaks up with the hero, her fake boyfriend. And that's when he realizes he doesn't want to end their plus-one agreement. It's a good [...]

    4. What's better than not having to worry about the appropriate date for a business meeting or social function? Nothing, as far as Dan Morgan could see. But then Emma told him it was over because she'd found her true love. That stirred things up a bit. Emma Burney has always fallen in the shadow of her brother. She's kept Dan around to help her survive her crazy family. But now she's ready for a change and it's up to her to make it. I enjoyed the story.There was sexual content, but not too graphic. [...]

    5. "This cre4ative twist on the fake-girlfriend theme will entertain with quirky supporting characters and numerous emotional ups and downs before Dan and Emma resolve their issues". (RT Book Reviews, rated 4 stars)

    6. While I did spend the whole book with an odd sort of deja vu ( I could have sworn I'd read it before and could tell you what was about to happen, to be said etc) it is one of my new favourites.

    7. ‘When you said you needed a fake break-up I wasn’t expecting it to involve my public humiliation. You were going to lob that drink over me, for heaven’s sake, and now you think I’ll just agree to a rerun?’She opened her mouth to respond and he cut her off.‘There are people I know in here,’ he said in a furious stage whisper, nodding around them at the crowd. ‘What kind of impression do you think that would have given them?’‘I didn’t expect things to get so out of hand,’ s [...]

    8. Really interesting premise and plot, but just ok.The use of a stand in plus one who becomes more is not a new idea, but I was interested enough to see where it went. Overall the plot was great and kept moving, but I wasn't as invested in the characters. Okay read, but nothing really stAnd out about it.

    9. Review Posted on HarlequinJunkieEmma and Dan were perfect for each other. At least in the sense that they looked nice together, knew how to navigate business dinners, and kept Emma’s family off her back. Their long-term fake dating agreement wasn’t enough for her anymore though, and it was time to move on to a real relationship. Read More

    10. Forgettable contemporary romance novel. Both lead characters are annoyingly boring and the rest of the characters are not even paper thin. It gets two stars because of the same sex wedding (the brother of the protagonist) that was well done for a main stream romance novel series. Otherwise it would have gotten one star.

    11. I've pretty much read all of Charlotte Phillips' Kiss books and I really like each one. It's a twist on the 'he doesn't really love me so I need to move on' premise. I think that's a premise. LOL. Either way, great book.

    12. The guy's egotistical attitude about needing the last word and her disregard for his feelings bothered me too much for me to really get into the story. It also felt like it went around in circles more than necessary, but I did like the end.

    13. Okay ReadI thought the story was okay as I was just looking for a light story to occupy my mind. The story was a bit long or drawn out but it meet my criteria of easy read.

    14. That star review is not fair, and very biased, but I'm just so TIRED of the "Afraid to commit" thing all the guys now have going on.

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