Keys to Love, Book 1
Synopsis: Sought-after social media influencer Sara Vance, in recovery from an eating disorder, is coming into her own, with a potential career expansion on the horizon. Despite the good news, her successful siblings (and their perfect spouses) have a way of making her feel like the odd one out. So, when her unreliable boyfriend is a no-show for a Florida family vacation, Sara recruits Luis Navarro—a firefighter paramedic and dive captain willing to play the part of her smitten fiancé . . .
Luis’s big Cuban familia has been in Key West for generations, and his quiet strength feeds off the island’s laidback style. Though guarded after a deep betrayal, he’ll always help someone in need—especially a spunky beauty with a surprising knowledge of Spanish curse words. Soon, he and Sara have memorized their “how we met” story and are immersed in family dinners, bike tours, private snorkeling trips . . . sharing secrets, and slow, melting kisses. But when it’s time for Sara to return home, will their fake relationship fade like the stunning sunset . . . or blossom into something beautiful?
Review: Ever since this first volume was released, I was curious to find out more about the story.
Sara was stood up by her fiancé when he was supposed to meet her family. She doesn’t want to tell her family… So she offers to a stranger to pretend to be her boyfriend and help her. And you can imagine this relationship will evolve into something more. But on top of that, our two heroes are going to have to face the problems of their past to finally move on.
This was a pretty cool novel. The story is classic, but I had a good time. There may be a few long parts, but the story is perfect if you want something light. I wonder what’s in store for the sequel!
Ha, that is a hilarious start to the romance with her getting a stand-in fiance. I’ve seen her books around and thought they looked good.
Fake relationship is my favorite trope and this looks tropical which I like to read in the summer
I’ve always wondered how these type of romance would work in real life. Lol.
Classic plot, maybe could be more, but wow I really love the cover!
A classic story is never wrong, glad it worked out
hello, happy reading!
This sounds like a good summer read!