Who said marriage had to be convenient? LA party planner Poppy Collins has kept her side business - planning divorce parties as the Divorce Diva - under wraps, but keeping her sister's company afloat is proving tougher by the day. When a new divorce party prospect gives Poppy the opportunity to save the day and boost her bottom line, she can't pass it up. But this time, she's about to get way more than she bargained for... Vegas golden boy Beck Blackwood knows Poppy's secret, and he's not afraid to use it to get exactly what he wants - a wife. With his reputation and corporate expansion plans on the line, the only way he can repair the damage is by getting hitched, and fast. And if blackmail is the only way to get Poppy to the altar, then so be it... But they're in the city of high stakes, and Poppy has a few aces up her sleeve. Now it's time to find out if they're playing to win... or if they're playing for keeps.
don't waste your time. i had to stop listening. whoever hired the narrator should be fired.
Would you try another book from Nicola Marsh and/or Alicia Owens?
Has Not the Marrying Kind turned you off from other books in this genre?
not this genre, but definitely this author
How did the narrator detract from the book?
I couldn't handle her squeaky voice for another second
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?