The Engagement Game by A. Gardner
Two best friends. One billionaire bachelor.
When Kat Artino meets the billionaire of her dreams she doesn't expect the number one contender for his heart to be Holly . . . her best friend.
Rex Kinlan needs a fiance and he hits every checkpoint on Kat's list. A life with him means trading in shabby hospital scrubs for a closet full of Jimmy Choos. But after a tell-all lunch with best friend Holly, Kat discovers they're falling for the same guy. And Holly refuses to step aside. Why waste a good catch?
A friendly competition suddenly turns into a disastrous game of "out the backstabber". And after humiliating herself in front of her future mother-in-law, Kat finds herself running into the arms of the one man who is completely wrong for her.
My rating: 2 of 5 stars
This book needs a lot of editing. With that being said, wow. The characters are superficial, unlikable and I found it very hard to like them. Kat and her friend Holly want rich men, and ignore good guys if they don't have enough money. They end up meeting the same rich guy and blah blah blah. It's a trifle, one dimensional book (that's if you can get past all the mistakes in it.) There's so much packed into this book too, that it just takes away from the real book. The whole Dr. P thing was useless, and just filled space. It felt just dropped in there and had no real meaning. Don't waste your time with this book. I wish I hadn't.
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