Blake Harrison: Rich, titled, and charming…and in need of a wife by Wednesday. Blake turns to Sam Elliot, who isn’t the businessman he expected. Instead, Blake is faced with Samantha Elliot, beautiful and feisty with a voice men call 1-900 numbers to hear.
Samantha Elliot: Owner of matchmaking firm Alliance and not on the marital menu…that is, until Blake offers her ten million dollars for a one-year contract. And there’s nothing indecent about this proposal. The money will really help with her family’s medical bills. All Samantha will need to do is keep her attraction to her new husband to herself and avoid his bed.
But Blake’s toe-curling kisses and sexy charm prove too difficult for Sam to resist. It was a marriage contract that planned for everything…except falling in love.
©2013 Catherine Bybee (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Same old same old romance formula. They meet, dislike each other, have sex. Start to like each other but don't want to say so. Fight and separate, problems clear up. Get married. Don't know what made me get this audible . I knew better.
Excellent read for a mindless drive or just to festers. If it were a movie it would be Lifetime or ABCFamily.
I'm not sure I enjoyed the story being told by a third person. Usually I like one of the main characters to tell the story as you feel more connected to it. I still enjoyed the story overall.
Narrator dit a good job.
Recommend it for a light listen.
This book is Amazing! I am a Sucker for MOC (marriage of convenience) books. I loved the narrator's voice. It didn't sound whiney or irritating and whiney and irritating is a turn off for me. I loved the characters and the easy flow of the story. In this story, the hero needs a heroine in order to inherit his father's estate. The heroine needs help after putting everyone's needs before her own. Together, they try tomake things work, putting other needs before their own This book is recommended to anyone that believes in love.
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