Book Reviews, Contemporary Romance, Year of Reviews - 2022

Review – Fall For Me by J.H. Croix

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Fall For Me; Light My Fire #4 
(An interconnected standalone within a series)

Publication Date: February 22, 2022

Genre/Tropes: Friends-to-Lovers/Small Town/Contemporary Romance

Author: J.H. Croix

Review Rating: 4.5 Gold Stars



Fall For Me is a quick read, low angst, small town romance. It’s filled with a lot of friend and family reunions since it’s been almost twenty years since Archer’s been back home.

Archer and Phoebe were childhood friends, but he moved away back in fifth grade. However, to their friendship it’s like no time has passed at all. When Archer calls Phoebe to ask for a favor, that favor also happens to work out well for Phoebe as well.

Archer needs to get married to take over his part in the family business so asking his old friend, Phoebe, was a no brainer. The fact that she needed a plus one to her ex’s wedding was just a bonus to his plan, but when their fake relationship starts to feel not so fake, they both let their feelings fall.


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Problem: My ex is marrying my ex-bestie.
Plan A: Burn the church down?
Plan B: Fake marry my friend.

I haven’t seen Archer since fifth grade. When he shows up in our small hometown and offers to marry me, I don’t ask many questions. I get to salvage my shredded pride and do him a favor.

I only need one thing from him—sell the deal when my ex comes back to town to marry my ex-bestie. Now I’m fake-married to a totally hot guy who needs a wife for *reasons*.

I’m way too cynical to fall for anyone, but Archer’s hard to resist. He keeps telling me we’re just faking it, but trust me when I tell you, there are some things we are not faking.

This was never supposed to be real. Until he whispers, fall for me.

Archer & Phoebe’s story is perfect for readers who love: Marriage of convenience, friends to lovers, slow burn, broody secret billionaire, small town gossip, emotional romance with a dash of angst, plenty of steam and swoon, and a hero with a protective streak a mile wide.

*A full-length, standalone romance

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