Three of my favourite things in one book:
A Kelly Collins story
A New Series to lose myself in.
A Marriage of Convenience.
Throw in a bit of Mafia romances and I was in my reading heaven with this book. The chemistry between the two characters was great with laughable moments and some great sexy banter moments. The book is a fast-moving, intriguing, suspenseful drama about two different people with very different upbringings coming together to solve their own problems in life. If you have not read a book by this author I urge you to read this one as it the start of her new series that I am so looking forward to reading more of. I love a heroine that stands up for herself and shows power in difficult situations. I received an ARC copy of this book and this is my honest and voluntary review of it.
Faye Tandy is a struggling college student who is a cocktail waitress in Las Vegas to make ends meet. On the verge of being evicted and bankrupt Faye needs to change something in her life to improve it.
Alex Wilde life has changed overnight and he finds himself running the family’s mob business when his father is murdered. He desperately wants out of the gangster life and to run the casino on the up and up. But his father had arranged marriage planned for him with the Russian gangster’s daughter. His only way out of this is to marry someone else. The first person that comes to mind is the feisty cocktail waitress in his bar he met last night.
Will Faye take the proposal offered to her by her new boss? Is this her solutions to all her problems or is she stepping into the deeper end full of gangsters and Russians?
He tells her he never lies.
She was doing it for the money.
But will he make the biggest lie of all?
Money does not need your heart involved.
Print Length: 268 pages
Publication Date: October 15, 2018