I’m over at AudioGals with a review of Xeni by Rebekah Weatherspoon, narrated by Antony Ferguson. Sexy marriage of convenience story which made me laugh out loud.
I’m over at AudioGals with a review of Lush Money by Angelina M. Lopez, narrated by Scarlette Hayes. Think of it like a reverse Harlequin Presents.
I’m over at AudioGals with a review of Hitched by Pippa Grant & Lili Valente, narrated by Virginia Rose and Jacob Morgan. It starts of with a marriage of convenience to save an alpaca named “Chewpacca” but it turns into a sweetly sexy hero-in-pursuit story. Silly fun but I liked it. Great narration.
I’m over at AudioGals with a review of Roomies by Christina Lauren, narrated by KC Sheridan. A modern marriage of convenience story.
Why I read it: Audible had a special on this one so I bought it because I can’t resist a bargain.
What it’s about: (from Goodreads) Sex wasn’t supposed to be part of the deal.
Three years into a marriage of convenience, Molly’s high-powered CEO husband wants to add a new term to their marriage agreement. Sex—without any messy emotional entanglements. But weekly sex with Luke, despite their carefully negotiated terms, is likely to get messy eventually.
Content in a mutually beneficial arrangement, Molly isn’t going to fall for Luke the way she fell for an old lover, only to be crushed in the end. She vows to stay strong, no matter how much intimacy develops between them in bed. When her old lover returns, finally wanting a real relationship, Molly has the chance to give her heart to a man who will accept it.
It’s too bad she now wants to give it to her husband, who has never admitted her heart is what he wants.
What worked for me (and what didn’t): I do like a marriage of convenience story but it isn’t terribly common in a contemporary romance. Here, Ms. Adams gives a believable set up and a lovely romance wrapped up in a contemporary package. The only thing missing really, was the hero’s POV.
I’m over at AudioGals today with a review of Single by Saturday by Catherine Bybee, narrated by Tanya Eby. A modern marriage of convenience tale – with a twist.