Wednesday, August 24, 2016


When Noelle Stevenson saw the positive results of her pregnancy test, she didn't know what to do. The baby's father was gone, killed serving his country in Iraq. And nineteen-year-old Noelle was barely making ends meet putting herself through college and working part-time. So when her take-charge boss, Devlin Hunter, offered to marry her--in a purely temporary business arrangement--how could she possibly refuse?
Dev wanted to do the right thing for a woman in need. But he didn't anticipate that his beautiful bride, wed in a marriage of convenience, would stir his hardened heart. This platonic partnership was rapidly headed down the road to romance...

I like Susan Mallery's books.  Most of the time.  But for some reason, there doesn't seem to be any middle ground for me when I read her books.  I either really like them or they leave me feeling..blah.  This book just didn't do it for me.  It could have been so much more.  It was so bland it could have been called vanilla. 
There were some interesting moments but it dragged so much at times too.  The interesting times weren't enough to save the story. 

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