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The Rebellious One

About the book: Holly Clarke is all set to marry the man of her dreams. Or rather, the man of her parents’ dreams. Whoever heard of a girl in 2016 America being betrothed? Holly knows she has to find a way out of the engagement—especially when she meets mysterious, sexy Jordan Fischler. But Jordan has a secret, and loving him could mean the end of everything Holly knows.

My review: I have loved reading these Billionaire Bride Pact books! I love the way they are written. They are each shorter than a full length book so they're easy to read and enjoy. They are all clean and cute romances that I haven't wanted to put down.

I loved Holly in this book. I loved the way she had had her whole life planned out for her by her family, but she knew that she wanted to be able to follow her heart, so when she meets Jordan, and he makes her feel things, it's no surprise that she quickly sees just what she doesn't have with her current fiance. I loved that she was willing to follow her heart, even with her parents disapproval.

I liked Jordan for the most part. I liked that he was willing to change his plans for revenge when he fell for Holly. He really did start out as a revengeful young man, but as the story goes along, he realizes that things aren't always the way they seem and that revenge doesn't help any situation.

This was a cute, clean romance that I loved! Can't wait for the next Billionaire Bride Pact book!

I was sent an e-copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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