A Pretend Betrothal by Lana Williams


A Pretend Betrothal is the second book in The Mayfair Literary League series by Lana Williams.  I want to be part of this book club!  The characters are so much fun to read, and I feel like I know the girls in the club.  These friends plan to go after the man they harbor a secret tendre for.  The for better or worse initiative takes these bookish, shy girls and puts them in an assertive position where they find confidence and self-worth.

Tabitha concocts a plan to enter into a pretend engagement with Michael, the man she’s been in love with for years.  Tabitha hopes this pretend engagement will turn into a real one once Michael gets to renew his friendship with her.

Michael is slow in figuring out his feelings for Tabitha. At times I wanted to shake him!  But that and his feelings of not having purpose endeared him to me.  I loved Tabitha’s tenacity.  The couple’s journey from friends to something more was a joy to read.

This was a fas-moving, captivating plot that kept my attention throughout the entirety of the book.  Lana Williams has created a group of young ladies that are endearing and enchanting.  I cannot wait to read  the other members of the book club’s quest for love.  This is an enjoyable series and Michael and Tabitha’s romance stole my heart.

I voluntarily read and reviewed an advance copy of this book through the author.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.  

Publication Date: February 28, 2023

Published by jelee1976

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