Engagement Plot by Phillips

Hanna Knight is on her way home in Embarrass, Minnesota in a raging blizzard when she comes upon an SUV stuck in a ditch. Helping the driver out of the car she takes him to her father’s house. To her horror, when he removes his outerwear, stands William Preston, CEO and handsome bachelor who had won the hearts of American women. The same man who seven months ago had stomped on her heart and left it to freeze to death by humiliating her in front of millions of people. What was he doing here?

The Engagement Plot
by Krista Phillips
Shiloh Run Press
November 2017

Hanna Knight is a Kindergarten teacher living in Duluth, Minnesota. Just for the fun of it she applied to be on the Reality Show called The Price Of Love. He was the CEO bachelor “looking” for love, and she, the small-town teacher with mortals tighter than some of the other contestant”s skinny jeans. To her surprise, he picked her. Each contestant was given a con. Each week, after crazy over the top dates, the contestants presented the wealthy man with their heart, which he could accept or not. After weeks of dates, William Preston had accepted her coin. When he proposed on screen, she gladly said yes and accepted the ring with eyes full of tesrs. She loved him with all her heart and pictured happy ever after. But it was not to be. In his last interview with ALIVE, he completely destroyed her. He inferred they had been intimate during a weekend. Hanna’s reputation is completely destroyed. In disgrace, she runs to her father in Embarrass.

Now here he is. In her hometown. What does he want? He is trying to make amends and talks her into continuing the engagement. Pop She returns to Nashville where they again give an interview on ALIVE to try to salvage her reputation.

Thing are going about as well as can be expected until she receives a visit from the CFO of William’s company. He tells Hanna that William has been asked to resign due to fraud. Feeling betrayed, she again runs home to Embarrass to hide and sulk. William’s father ask her to help him prove that William is innocent. He knows who is actually guilty of defrauding the company.

Will she help prove William innocent or will she seek revenge for him ruining her reputation?

I enjoyed the book and highly recommend it.


Mary Asher, the Golden Reviewer, is a founding book blogger for BookGateway.com and has generously provided this review. She describes herself as “an 88 year young great-grandmother and an avid reader.”

This book was provided by the publisher for review.

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