Jayne Pembroke's entire Monday has been a disaster. She was soaked from the rain, she was late for work, and she's just heard rumors of company restructuring. But when billionaire Erik Randolph overhears her joking about trying to get easy alimony, he presents her with an offer she can't refuse. And when they soon find themselves walking down the aisle, Jayne can't help but wonder—could a marriage of convenience turn into one based on love?
I liked this book because of the growing relationship between the two people. They're both in a position where they need money in order to help their families and they seem to find each other. I like how the heroine play a bit of devil's advocate in the agreement because she actually brings up good issues. The hero play the angel and list the positive solutions to them. I also like how the couple grow by cooking together, cleaning, spending time with each other's families with food. It's a wonderful read and I actually like the obstacles because it makes their relationship grow stronger.
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