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Book review: The Amicable Pact, by Ana K. Anderson

. tata.lifepages | Gifted | Romance |


Rating: 4 out of 5.

The Amicable Pact delivers a extremely addictive comical romance with sizzling sexual tension between Dawn and Quinn. Dawn is a beautiful hardworking Scottish red-head that has an arranged marriage with Quinn’s 91 year old grandfather (yes, ninety-one years old!). Quinn is a handsome Scottish man (gives me all the Jamie Fraser feels) who works as CEO to the MacFayden family business, and is VERY AGAINST this absurd marriage (which he and everyone else agrees is nothing but a gold-digging scam).

I laughed so many times while reading this hilarious romance. It delivers enemies-to-lovers trope on point! Quinn can’t allow this fortune hunter to steal the families wealth, and while that, Dawn has her own secret reasons for going through with this.

The cover is so cute!

Dawn Fleming is a witch and she has cast a spell on me, as well as on my aged grandfather

It tells the story in alternating point-of-views between Quinn and Dawn, so we get to see inside the head of both of them. I loved Quinn’s POV the most, he is very masculine, hilarious and determined to bring this wedding to a stop, he will stop at nothing to make Dawn run back to Edinburgh. However, he can’t control the crazy attraction that he feels for Dawn! It has some triggers (suicide, cancer) however it is very light. The first half of the book is super fast paced and you fall head-first into this battle filled with sexual tension between Quinn and Dawn, the second half slows down a bit once the family comes into focus more.

photo by @tata.lifepages

Behind the obvious animosity between us, a twisted game of seduction has begun...”

 I recommend this book if you are looking for a summer read, funny, super sexy, with very emotional and beautiful family moments. You can check out more about the book and the author here.

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