The Prenup

The Prenup

My name is Charlotte Spencer and, ten years ago, I married my brother's best friend. I haven't seen him since. Charlotte Spencer grew up on the blue-blooded Upper East Side of Manhattan but she never wanted the sit-still-look-pretty future her parents dictated for her. Enter Colin Walsh, her brother's quiet, brooding, man-bun-sporting best friend, and with him a chance to escape. Heescape....

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Title:The Prenup
Author:Lauren Layne
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Edition Language:English

The Prenup Reviews

  • julia ♥

    Before reading Passion on Park Avenue, I decided to give Layne's newest release a try:

    is a story of a marriage of convenience turning real. Charlotte and Colin got married when they both just finished college, however, in order to get divorced later in life, their prenup tells them they need to live under the same roof for at least a few m

    Before reading Passion on Park Avenue, I decided to give Layne's newest release a try:

    is a story of a marriage of convenience turning real. Charlotte and Colin got married when they both just finished college, however, in order to get divorced later in life, their prenup tells them they need to live under the same roof for at least a few months. One problem though: they can't stand each other. This book had it all for me. This was so fun: the writing, the scenario, the romance, everything the Prenup promises, it delivers on. This reminded me a lot of Christina Lauren's romances I've read in the past and I would 100% recommend this or read this again. A solid five star read!

  • Bibi
  • Rê

    This was super ADORABLE. CUTE. FUNNY. SEXY.

    Colin and Charlotte had great chemistry and the romance was slow burn, which is my absolute favorite. There was a little bit of angst (yay!) and I didn't mind the OW drama because it was necessary for this specific story. Sure I wish Colin had gotten his head out of his ass earlier, but I still enjoyed this a lot.

  • Syndi

    I am surprise to enjoy this book more than i thought. I read miss Layne book in the past and i end up shelves it under DNF. The Prenup offers a fun cute story of marriage of convinience. But the characters split from 10 years and come back together.

    I like Charlotte. She is sassy,held no prisoner, quirky, controlling type of character. The story is told from her POV. The character develop well. What is missing is the hero's POV. Without the hero's POV, i feel the story is lacking a bit.

    Asied fr

    I am surprise to enjoy this book more than i thought. I read miss Layne book in the past and i end up shelves it under DNF. The Prenup offers a fun cute story of marriage of convinience. But the characters split from 10 years and come back together.

    I like Charlotte. She is sassy,held no prisoner, quirky, controlling type of character. The story is told from her POV. The character develop well. What is missing is the hero's POV. Without the hero's POV, i feel the story is lacking a bit.

    Asied from that, i enjoy this book very much.

    4 stars

  • EmBibliophile

    A really quick cute read. I just really wanted more!!

  • ~Anna's ƦªϻƁℓℹռg$~

    2.75 Stars

  • Rachel K

    I kept waiting for him to grow some balls.

    It didn’t happen.

  • Blue

    This is gonna be a very spoiler-y review

    At 21 Charlotte decides she no longer wants the life mapped out by her parents. Instead she marries her older brother’s nerdy best friend, Colin, to gain access to her trust fund and in turn Colin would gain a green card. No sooner has the ink dried on their marriage license does she jet off to San Francisco to start her own very much successful business.

    Ten years later after very

    This is gonna be a very spoiler-y review

    At 21 Charlotte decides she no longer wants the life mapped out by her parents. Instead she marries her older brother’s nerdy best friend, Colin, to gain access to her trust fund and in turn Colin would gain a green card. No sooner has the ink dried on their marriage license does she jet off to San Francisco to start her own very much successful business.

    Ten years later after very limited communication between the married pair, Charlotte receives an email from Colin. She flies back home and sees Colin for the first time in a decade and lo and behold gone is the bearded, man bun with the homeless vibe to be replaced by an eye candy. Colin reveals he wants a divorce; however, much to both their dismay Charlotte’s brother had put a stipulation on their prenup stating that both have to live together for 3 months prior to their divorce (Did I mention Colin is a lawyer, ouch). Charlotte uproots her life and moves into Colin’s apartment. The pair are practically strangers and they mix like oil and vinegar. Rahrah some up&coming closure on Charlotte’s end with her parents. Charlotte is on a mission to break through Colin emotionless robot self and get him to like her because

    Just when we think things are progressing between the two and Colin showing what may seem like interest DING DONGGGGGG RINGALING BISHES Colin’s fiancée (Rebecca) is at the door. YIKES! Could not have hosed out the non-existent, possibly budding chemistry between the two faster. There’s just so many things wrong here for me to even want to root for Colin&Charlotte. Honestly for a good half of the novel I thought Charlotte was kinda a mess but turns out Colin was the real fk up. If you are gonna wait for Colin to grow a pair, don’t hold your breath. It’s a pathetic enough excuse to tell someone you couldn’t find the right time to drop the I’m engaged bomb... maybe try it in the same sentence when you ask for a divorce. To add insult to injury he was still engaged to OW pretty much up till the last chapter of the book. BLEUGH

    Jumping to Charlotte real quick. I was iffy about her character with her “I’m not going to be the other woman/wrecking a relationship” proclamation cos for a moment I doubted her, given her actions and emotions. I mean there were the almost-moments (AND YA I KNOW IT TAKES 2 TO TANGO SO I’M COMING BACK FOR YOUR ASS COLIN) and times she would crave the reciprocation of feelings towards the end. And yeah yeah I get the whole the heart wants what it wants whatever but damn woman. On the other hand, Charlotte does redeem herself by the end unlike a certain asshat. She tries to be the bigger person around Rebecca and ultimately when it mattered most, she made the selfless decision and bowed out early because if you love someone you’d put wanting their happiness above your own. And props to the character development she had, I liked the last convo Charlotte had with her mother where she thought of how she would have responded as a younger-her compared to the matured-her. In a conversation where instead of listening to argue your point and getting your way, you actually took in what is said and considered the other person’s perspective and that maybe it held some truth. So ya, this book wasn’t a total flunk (because of Charlotte) but it still kinda was… LOL

    BECAUSE STUFF YOU COLIN AND THAT STICK UP YOUR ASS. Honestly, this guy was pretty much a brick wall with the smallest drop of personality. Fake marriage or not, I can’t be rooting for Charlotte&Colin when this bloody idiot is engaged to another (even if it was a result of an ultimatum- you make your bed etc). Maybe before you get yourself into a serious relationship get your marriage sorted out first. Wouldn’t that be the decent thing?? HMM??? I mean there was nothing stopping Colin from ending their marriage earlier and it didn’t even come up until Rebecca gave the engagement-ultimatum (spells like true romance). And maybe tell your current wife who you are trying to divorce about said fiancée so it doesn’t come outta left field and sets some boundaries between the two of you. It makes all the potential moments of Charlotte&Colin growing closer feel icky and gross. Like the times Colin’s stares lingered on Charlotte or when he admitted to temptation like Charlotte needing to stop wearing her silk PJs because

    Yeah fuck off. That isn’t romantic, that’s just disgusting. In no way, shape or form am I gonna read that line or something about a taken-guy being tempted as swoon-worthy or otherwise. That’s a clusterfuck.

    To top it off this guy did have feelings for his fiancée and then somewhere in between I’m to believe he also developed some for Charlotte too. WHAT THE FK EVER. Like honestly, can someone even explain to me for certain what it was that made him fall for Charlotte? Because it was done poorly in the book. To me, Colin would have probably married Rebecca given how late he ended it with her. Like what was the turning point for him to realise Charlotte was it. The “you don’t know what you have till it’s gone” cliche? Or? Because P.A.T.H.E.T.I.C either way. All in all, Colin was an indecisive, selfish dickhead.

    Neither of the two were celibate during the 10 year separation (yay charlotte)

    And there were no lines crossed by Charlotte&Colin, just toeing the line. No one gets cheated on is what I’m meant to say. WELP I MEAN BESIDES ME BEING CHEATED OUTTA MY TIME FOR THIS STUPID “ROMANCE" BOOK.

  • Alex ♈

    €100 he wasn't celibate. Is that cheating, or did they find a cool excuse?!

    Laughing without reading it, a comedy indeed! 🤣🤣🤣

  • Elizabeth

    Not into heroine as a backup and basically second best. If you dont like OW drama this is not the book for you.

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