Tabitha's a dancer, and her best friend an artist. When he asks her to pretend to be his date at a relative's high-class wedding, she can't help but remember her grandmother's gambling debts—that is, until she meets Aiden's brother, Zavier, who sweeps her off her feet. What was once a cold gaze soon turns warm and full of passion for her, or so she believes. Zavier's just testing her! "You don't love my brother. You're just in this for the money."
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The illustrations are so very lovely! But the story seemed rushed. The artist sore mention changing the story ending a little. Wonder by how much.
The supporting characters and their stories, there was more going on but it wasn't put into the story much. The hero seems one dimensional arrogant, protecting his family, focusing on getting heroine to marry him in a contract. The heroine had such swinging emotions it made your head spin. She was with the brother (OK, she was with him as a friend), then almost immediately falls for the hero. Then decides she hates the hero, but she makes out with him. Then hates him again and then decides she loves him. Walks away from the wedding with an ultimatum.
Ugh. See? Very confusing. Anyway, I'm not sure what to make of this story, save that it could have been better with a lot more pages to add all the drama in it.
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