Tall, Dark, and Deported Read Online Free - Crossing the border into love.
Snap decisions and misguided ideas bring Portuguese national Mateus Fontes and businessman Crawford Hargrave together at the Canadian border crossing.
Mateus is caught in a catch-22. With his almost-expired tourist visa, entrance to Canada is denied, but the US won’t let him back in either. Crawford thinks he’s solved things when he tells the border agent they’re engaged, and it works—except now they have to actually get married before either of them can get back into the United States. But Crawford has been burned by marriage once, and he’s determined not to make that mistake again.
Neither of them expects real feelings to bloom out of their fake marriage, but they do. And the two of them have to learn how to be honest with each other to make things work, which is especially hard when their entire marriage is based on lies.
|Title||:||Tall, Dark, and Deported|
|Number of Pages||:||236 pages|
April 07, 2017
A tag team review with Sara
4.5 HEARTS--And now I have another book to add to my top favorites Dreamspun Desires list!
I've been fluffed. Pour it all over my face, baby. Just watch me melt.
Mateus is a Portuguese botanist who is staying with his brother and pregnant sister-in-law on their orchard in...
April 13, 2017
I am infamous for craving the sweet & fluffy. I tend to shy away from serious angst because real life is angsty enough. But I also like substance in my stories, some kind of conflict, a well-earned HEA, and smokin' hot sex.
Tall, Dark, and Deported is seriously sweet, like WHOA, sugar-coma-in...
August 11, 2017
This is some extra dreamy Dreamspun Cracky Fluff!
Fake to real relationships is one of my most favoritest tropes ever. I also really like when there's an element of kismet in my couples. Both were utilized in Tall, Dark and Deported which made for a happy Cupcake.
Crawford and Mateus meet at SeaTac...
March 31, 2017
This is a really cute and sweet romance using the fake-marriage-for-reasons trope, by pairing a young, kind and hard-working immigrant to the US with a somewhat jaded, slightly older businessman with a heart of gold he has protected behind some massive walls.
Hoping to renew his tourist visa by ma...
April 05, 2017
Well, I liked the first half -- I thought the meeting at the airport was cute, in that strangers-who-bonded-over-delayed-flight kind of way.
But after they got married and had to stay together while Crawford was working with his ex, it became rather mundane. Plus the ending felt rushed; some of t...
April 03, 2017
This was a sweet story and very much on par (in terms of tropey-ness) with other Dreamspun Desires books. The trope: fake marriage - and an age gap. The ex was a little OTT but, again, similar to other books in this series. I liked that this was set in Canada, but a little tip to the au...
April 05, 2017
This was very sweet. I loved how they met and how they fell in love. I really love these books. It's always cool to read them because they always take me back.
April 02, 2017
You’ve got to love a fake marriage that turns into more, right? I know, a lot depends on the reasons behind it, and they are more fun in fiction than they are in reality. But personally, I could understand Crawford’s decision to tell the border agents he was engaged to Mateus, to save Mateus from...
April 09, 2017
Oh this was just swoon and fluff and sweet, and maybe its pacing was a little unbalanced, but I did like the way these two found each other.
Just what I needed when I read it.
April 07, 2017
Although the books I've read by this author were 2 or 3*, this blurb sounds interesting, so I might give it a try.
Not full 4 stars, but more than the other 3* reads by this author.
The blurb was interesting enough to want me to read it and even pre-order it. So, while knowing what this story was a...