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Playing House
Playing House | Ruby Lang
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Playing House is relatable, heartwarming, and oh so sexy. I zoomed through this thoughtful and joyful story about two people finding themselves and each other. Jasmine Guillory, New York Times bestselling author of The Wedding Date and The Proposal Romance blossoms between two city planners posing as newlyweds in this first in a bright new series by acclaimed author Ruby Lang The last thing Oliver Huang expects to see on the historic Mount Morris home tour is longtime acquaintance Fay Liu bustling up and kissing him hello. Hes happy to playact being a couple to save her from a pushy admirer. Fays beautiful, successful and smart, and if hes being honest, Oliver has always had a bit of a thing for her. Maybe more than a bit. Geeking out over architectural details is Oliver and Fays shared love language, and soon theyre touring pricey real estate across Upper Manhattan as the terribly faux but terribly charming couple Darling and Olly. For the first time since being laid off from the job he loved, Oliver has something to look forward to. And for the first time since her divorce, Fays having fun. Somewhere between the light-filled living rooms and spacious closets theyve explored, this faux relationship just may have sparked some very real feelings. For Oliver and Fay, home truly is where their hearts are. One-click with confidence. This title is part of the Carina Press Romance Promise: all the romance youre looking for with an HEA/HFN. Its a promise!
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essayareayaitch
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I like how the author provides recommendations for other books in the same location/setting

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TaraTLK
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Nerdy urban planners bantering about the thing they love while also, ahem, discovering mutual pants feelings for one another is really just my jam.

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Preciouz29
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This review is for the ARC.

Overall, I enjoyed this book. But, I had some problems; I felt like the book just kind of pushed me into the deep end of the pool and expected me to keep up. Also, the whole structuring if the book was weird to me and threw me off a bit. And upon completion, my thought was “cute, like a poor man‘s The Kiss Quotient.”