The Plus One Pact by Portia Macintosh

 



Release Date: 05.21.2020

Synopsis:


What if your plus one could be the one…?

Cara has officially run out of men. Her most recent dates have gone from bad to worse, and when her dating app informs her there is no one left in her area to choose from, she is at a dead end.

But with a summer of events ahead of her, she needs to find a solution, fast; someone to keep her company at the never-ending weddings, family gatherings and gender reveal parties that she can’t face going to alone.


So when she meets handsome, confident, Millsy on a night out she may be in luck. They could not be more different in personality, but he too has a summer of events ahead and is desperate to get his family off his back about finding a ‘nice girl’. What if they made a pact to help each other out and be a plus one for the summer? Just as friends of course…?


Review:



The Plus One Pact is such a nice story. I’ve read it so quickly I had to say goodbye to these characters too soon.

Cara is a successful, smart, single woman. She meets the beautiful, friendly Millsy at a cool rooftop bar when her last match on a dating app stand her up.

They easily become friends so they decide to be each other’s plus one at their Summer events, weddings, parties and also a baby gender reveal. 

What could go wrong? could the plus one pact become something more permanent?


I’ve enjoyed Cara and Milsy’s journey, I loved their relationship and the unforseen events that seem to follow them everywhere they go made me laugh out loud. 


Portia MacIntosh took a recurring dynamic, like the fake dating, and made it something special and unique in her own style.

The characters, the plotline, the pace, and the not over the too humour never let you interest drop. 


This book is everything you need to liven up your mood, especially during this gloomy time.





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