Her Accidental Boyfriend - Robin Bielman
When I asked to review this book, I had second thoughts. I kept thinking, "Did I make a mistake requesting this book?" It sounded like one of those cliche, poor-rich-girl books where the main character comes from a wealthy family and whines about "daddy isn't paying enough attention to me because he would rather work 24/7 and make tons of money so I can live off my designer shoe collection."

I was wrong. I admit it. I loved it. It wasn't what I'd consider a hot and heavy romance novel filled with sexy times, although there were a few moments here and there. It's a cute sentimental romance without being too sappy. It had some funny moments, some crazy moments, and some mushy moments, but I never felt the urge to quit reading.

Kagan Owens leaves New York and her domineering father for a new (temporary) life in small town USA. She takes on a waitressing job at the town bar, and that's where she meets playboy Shane Sullivan. He's sexy, he's sweet, but he's a one night stand kind of guy. That is, until he becomes Kagan's accidental boyfriend.

Shane Sullivan is a different kind of playboy. His reputation stems from the desire to keep from getting close enough to women to hurt them. In grad school, a serious relationship goes very south, so he decides he'll play the field so he won't hurt another girl the way he did Mia.

I know, I know. It sounds crazy, but I get where he's coming from. He lives in a small town, and everybody knows he has a reputation for serial dating. No sane woman is going to mistake his interest for a marriage proposal (keyword: sane). I'm glad he's not the cliche Badboy that leaves a trail of broken hearts everywhere he goes... It just gets old.

All-in-all, this book was very enjoyable. It's a fast little romance for those of you looking for a light read that won't leave you hanging. When I finished reading, there was a happy little glow, but I didn't have a book hangover like I have when I read books like The Original Sinners. It's a lovely book, and it left me wanting to read the entire series, but I won't die if I don't get around to it.

Many thanks to Entangled Publishing for the opportunity to read and review this book.

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