Save The Date by Heather C. Myers

This is romantic, amusing and sweet. Dixon is tough, unemotional and brutal in the beginning, but as time goes on he becomes charming, amusing, relaxed and cheeky. Hired as a bodyguard for his boss's daughter, Dixon agrees to a fake engagement so that he can be with her all the time. Gemma is smart, optimistic and a bit flakey, and she doesn't like Dixon. She's tired of him following her, so when her father suggests the fake engagement, she's not happy. And proceeds to let Dixon know this every time she's forced to be in his company. Dixon thinks that she's a spoiled, airhead rich girl. The more time they spend together, and get to know each other, the more they like each other. Danger visits Gemma, and makes her rely on Dixon and makes Dixon see her in a different light.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Booksprout. This is my honest and voluntary opinion of it.


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