Artificial Sweethearts (North Pole, Minnesota #2)
Book Review: ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥
There are certain storylines that just do it for you, and I love a blooming fake relationship. Artificial sweethearts is the second book in the North Pole, Minnesota series, however, can definitely be read as a standalone.
Sam needs a date for his brother's wedding, or at least that's what his family thinks. He just wants them to get off his back.
Tinka doesn't want to be set up with Dylan. Her family think he's perfect for her, but she wants to be left alone. She has other issues to deal with. Sam is a good guy and needs a little relationship help himself. As you can see a plan is falling into place. It seems so simple. A fake relationship is beneficial for them both. A friendship is formed, and they are happy to spend time together.
They can both relax around each other, and be themselves. A few kisses, flutters and back seat snuggles aren't a big deal. Right?
I really enjoyed this little gem. Tinka has good personal growth throughout the book, and Sam isn't her usual type. She learns to think of others and get rid of her bad habits. Sam is sweet, nerdy, and totally loveable. This book has an interesting storyline, and I loved the addition of a July Christmas. I can imagine some people going nuts for that chance to live in North Pole, Minnesota.
5 out of 5. An easy read that's sweet.
*I received an ARC of this book in exchange for a fair review*
£4.76 Kindle price. 229 pages.
Expected publication: July 10th, 2017 by Entangled: Crush