PRETEND YOU LOVE ME
December 12, 2006
Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
Romance Contemporary Comedy
Rating: 4 Cups
Cassandra Delistraty had become a lawyer in the family tradition, refusing to enter politics. And like her mother, she has a hard time sustaining any relationship.
Mike Ashford has always cared for Cassie even though family squabbles seem to say otherwise. Now that she has returned home, he finds it hard keeping his distance.
Cassie thought going home would be a new start after suffering a failed marriage and stagnant career. One encounter with Mike said differently. The more she sees him, the more the strings pull. And just when Cassie feels like she has his attention her mommy dearest, Lucia decides to play a role in matchmaking. Cassie has no desire to join in her mother’s plans for her. Mike sees Cassie as the same obstinate, headstrong girl that he grew up with that believes she needs no protector yet he still feels like he needs to defend her. While the two try to figure out how to make a new relationship while each wonders if the other can ever release the past.
Lies, bigotry fallacies, yearning and love are just a few things that make Pretend That You Love Me a believable read. It is a story where one feels almost as if they have had that happened to them once in their life. Ms. Wolf takes levelheaded individuals and breathes life into them creating a realistic drama that makes one feel that genuine love can find a way in making it happen. They have families that are like any people that love to stir up trouble. And underneath it all there is something that someone is desperately hiding. Ms. Wolf carries you into a story that is a most definite page-turner.
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