Review: A Not So Meet Cute by Meghan Quinn


Note: An advance reader copy (ARC) was provided by the author.

"Okay, what kind of creep are you?" 
"Excuse me?" I ask. 
She motions at me with her finger. "I told you I'm looking for a rich boyfriend. You should be running away. You should probably be calling the cops to escort me out of her and back to my mom's modest bungalow. There's no way in hell you should be asking me to grab something to eat. So, what's your game, man?"

Ooh! Me likey! I was smitten with A Not So Meet Cute, the first book in Meghan Quinn's billionaire romance series. Not sure if said series has a title or not, but I'm totally clueless as to what it may be, so yeah, I'm sticking with the whole generic "billionaire romance" label. But I digress! This new novel has the Quinn-tessential (see what I did there?) quirky romance that I've come to expect and look forward to when it comes to this witty author.

We're often told to be careful what we wish for, and in the case of Leiselotte Gardner and Huxley Cane, they certainly got more than they'd anticipated--in each other! Twenty-eight-year-old Lottie is recently unemployed and hopes to bump into a rich husband; voila, she does exactly that with thirty-two-year-old real estate mogul and billionaire Huxley, who happens to be in need of a fiancee. Win-win, right? Yeah, it's all complicated.

This was a hoot of a read, one that left me with a smile on my face by the end. Lottie and Hux were made for each other, even if they did seem like this odd couple. Their motivations may have made them desperate enough to agree to pretend to be engaged, but theirs was a not-so fake connection. There were countless hilarious moments, as well as heartfelt ones, making A Not So Meet Cute an all-too-cute five-plus-starred must-read!

Release Date: 02 November 2021

Date Read: 31 October 2021

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