Book Review

Sunny Shelly’s Review: Rent-A-Husband, by Everly Ashton

Release Date: July 8

When Camila Wright hired me to fix a few things around her house I didn’t expect to find myself swindled into a fake relationship with her.

Sure, my company is called Rent-A Husband but that’s not what people actually hire me for.

But when I find her elbow deep in a tub of ice cream with tears running down her face how can I turn down her proposition?

Suddenly a fake relationship becomes a fake marriage that we have to keep up all summer. Which is all fine and good except for the part where we both agreed not to let anything ‘real’ creep into our arrangement.

But then certain parts of me start to crave certain parts of her and things become even more complicated because we both have our own reasons for wanting what we have to remain make-believe only.

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Sunny Shelly’s Review: 4 Stars

I’ve read a few books by Everly Ashton ever since she made her debut earlier in 2021, and they are always enjoyable. Cami and Lucas are wildly adorable, and this slow-burn, fake relationship/fake marriage romcom was full of laughs, tender moments, and all sorts of swoon.

Anyone who reads this trope knows how a fake relationship/fake marriage is going to turn out. But Everly Ashton made the journey for Cami and Lucas so fun. Their chemistry is sizzling, and with every misstep along the way, I just wanted to shake some sense into them!

As much as I loved Lucas as a book boyfriend, I adored his big, loud family more. Rent-A-Husband is the start of a new series by Everly Ashton, and I can’t wait to see how the rest of the Abbott brothers fall in love!

I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.

Meet Everly Ashton
Everly Ashton is a USA Today Bestselling Author who wanted to try something a little different under a new name. She loves brooding heroes, spunky heroines, and happily ever afters. You can usually find her with a Kindle in one hand and a cup of caffeine in the other. And because she’s using a pseudonym she can’t tell you much more than that. 😉
 
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