About the Book:
Ballerina Sofia Koslov's career is on the line when she's accosted at the airport by a rich, reckless playboy who thinks she's his mail-order bride! But the playboy's levelheaded brother, Quinn McNeill, solves the media snafu with a switcheroo. He'll pretend to be her legitimate fiancé to protect her reputation—and to protect his family's business deals from her father's wrath. Sofia's one condition: they'll share the spotlight as a loving couple but won't share a bed. But soon Quinn's gentlemanly ways strike a chord, and Sofia's dying to renege on that condition and have a real fling…
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Dancing Into the Magnate's Arms
I liked this book. It began as a frustrating mix of whiney, spoiled heiress and her bitchy, annoying dance troupe she-cats, but eventually, the hero came along and saved the story. Quinn was a big softy who appeared to be a hard-edged, cold-hearted businessman, but he was hiding a soft, melty center.
Sofia is determined to fulfill her dance dreams, no matter what obstacle she must leap over. She has the grit and strength to be a character with depth, and she becomes the perfect foil for a surprisingly deeply emotional Quinn. These two together make a perfect couple, and the story made me say 'Aww' a few times. If I have one complaint (two, actually) it is that Cameron (Quinn's brother) gets off too easy. His actions caused many a problem and he should have had his ass handed to him for being such a douche. My second issue is that the story just ENDED. It was such a quick and rather unsatisfactory resolution.
All in all, the story was a good, quick read.
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