Engaged to the EMT by Piper Rayne [ARC REVIEW]

Genres: New Adult Romance
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: December 7th, 2018
Source: Inkslinger PR
Format: eARC
A Sexy FAKE RELATIONSHIP rom com standalone written by a duo of two USA Bestselling Authors

Luca Bianco is a jerk. There I said it.

He thinks he’s so suave and sexy, walking around in his paramedic uniform stretched out by all his hard muscles and saving lives every day. I swear he thinks every woman in the world would kill for a chance to be with him.

Men like Luca are good for one thing only—a one-night stand—not commitment. I don’t care if my friend did pay good money at a charity bachelor auction for me to go on a date with him, I refuse to do it.

That is until Luca offers me a deal I can’t refuse, and I agree to be his pretend fiancé.

The heat that’s simmered between us for a decade ignites and I’m not sure even Luca will be able to kickstart my heart after I call code blue.

What’s that saying? Love is blind?

Not true. I can see this head-on collision coming a mile away.


It’s official–I love Piper Rayne.
Engaged To The EMT is the third and final installment in the Blue Collar Brothers Series by the writing duo Piper Rayne. Fans of the series are finally getting the much-anticipated standalone romcom story of the youngest Bianco son–Luca.
Since their early years, Luca and Lauren’s relationship can be described as a competitive and the perfect definition of love/hate. But due to Lauren’s best friends dating Luca’s brothers, the pair find themselves seeing each more often than they care for. However, Luca finds himself in a desperate situation and turns to no other than Lauren for his request.
Pretend to be his fiancée.
You all know that fake dating/marriage is literally my all time favorite trope, right next to enemies-to-lovers–and after reading this, I am happy to say that this book made me love the trope even more. Honestly, this novel has probably taken over the most favorite book in the series spot, which the first book (Flirting With Fire) had reigned for months previously.
I fell more in love with Luca and his story and getting to know who he truly is from his perspective rather than his brothers. During the previous books, readers have seen Luca portrayed as the baby boy of the family who changes girls like a clock changes time. But this installment gives you a better perspective of who Luca truly is and man oh man was I here for it!
The chemistry between both Lauren and Luca is not lost throughout the novel but rather with each page it felt more intensified. The banter between the main and supporting casts had me swooning and in stitches throughout my time reading, and honestly it’s probably my favorite part of the book. Great dialogue does indeed make for a happy Sam.
Overall, I give this story 4 stars! I was head over in heels in love with this novel, and I recommend it to anyone who has a hankering for a great romcom.

ARC provided by Inkslinger PR in exchange for my honest review. Quotations taken from an uncorrected proof and may change upon final publication. Promotional graphics and teasers provided by Inkslinger PR.



  1. Sophia (Bookwyrming Thoughts)

    December 9, 2018 at 12:16 am

    Ooooooo YAS. Fake dating and marriage, the best trope (especially if we’ve got the friends to lovers trope on top of it 😂). I need some romantic comedy and will be snooping on the other books (or go straight to this one).

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