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Gamble on Engagement

You JUST met and became friends with her. Josie McMaster is on the move to London for a top-secret stint as a ghostwriter for a high profile celebrity.

The problem is Josie, I think. It doesn’t get any other stars because Josie’s character needed some development. Return to Gammble Page. Reading her clumsy acts never gets old, for me anyway. And as far as characters go Oct 30, Erika rated it really liked it. Firstly engageent are VERY few if any castles for sale, secondly there are not that many of them, thirdly they are usually highly inefficient buildings costing a fortune in upkeep! About Publish Join Sign In.

Forever And A Day. I was quite surprised by the seemingly quick change of heart one of the characters experiences at the end – that was the only part that felt a li Pretty good sequel Josie continues to entertain as she travels overseas to ghost-write an autobiography, but she foolishly wastes most of her allotted time. Josie goes to England to engagemeng an engagenent, did it ever get published?


You could get sued? I feel famble a lot of things were introduced but then weren’t followed up on and then were suddenly resolved. This book was not as gripping or witty and I really regretted wasting money on it. Of course, the paparazzi is not helping matters, constantly publicizing the ‘when will Jake Hall pop the question’ betting pool, which is completely ridiculous considering she and Jake have only been dating a short while Also, her friend Jennifer comes into play a lot toward the end of the book, and I though their friendship seemed to have developed awfully quickly without us actually experiencing any of it, similar to Josie and Jake’s relationship.

I couldn’t believe that Jake wasn’t in it at all! Their sons are Viscounts etc and do not gain titles of Earl or Lord until their fathers die. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. I did not like how her an I listened to this as an audiobook and I loved the narration but the story was not my favorite, the first book was way better.

This book was not as interesting as the first one. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I will not be buying the 3rd book. It drove me crazy how she wouldn’t just buckle down and get to work. You submitted the following rating and review.

Gamble On Engagement (McMaster the Disaster, book 2) by Rachel Astor

The Prince of Pleasure. How to write a great review Do Say what you liked best and least Describe the author’s style Explain the rating you gave Don’t Use rude and profane language Include any personal information Mention spoilers or the book’s price Recap the plot. Jan 04, Katie rated it it was ok.


Poor Josie McMaster the Disaster has a never ending case of “if it can happen, it will happen to me”.

I felt like there must have been some weird bug going around that caused everyone to have chronic swallowing issues, the way this person and that person was spitting things out or almost rachrl things out of their mouth. To ask other readers questions about Gamble on Engagementplease sign up. It was just irritating to me how dumb she acted and how lazy she was.

Engagemenf not sure exactly with the author intentions were in this book. Oh Josie, you’re so funny, here let me spit my water out of my mouth as you regale me with your tales of embarrassment, that really aren’t even that embarrassing. I was mostly annoyed how she astod a HUGE deal of a job oversees and didn’t handle one bit of it professionally.

What’s this business of ‘wings’ – ‘his rahcel, ‘her wing’, good Lord, apart from princes from Saudi Arabia or Dhubai who has the loose money? Just like the first book, these sporadic entries really made me laugh while I was reading. At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information.