by Kendall Ryan
Marry the girl I’ve had a crush on my whole life? Check.
Inherit a hundred-billion-dollar company? Check.
Produce an heir… Wait, what?
I have ninety days to knock up my brand-new fake wife. There’s only one problem—she hates my guts.
And in the fine print of the contract? The requirement that we produce an heir.
She can’t stand to be in the same room with me. Says she’ll never be in my bed. But I’ve never backed down from a challenge and I’m not about to start now.
Mark my words—I’ll have her begging for me, and it won’t take ninety days.
A hot and hilarious romp not to miss!
Say "I DO" to your next book boyfriend husband. (He totally wants to put a bun in her oven.)
On the heels of her smash hit and New York Times bestselling SCREWED series, Kendall Ryan brings you HITCHED, a romantic comedy that delivers heart and heat. A NYC playboy turned business mogul has ninety days to win over the woman he's always desired in order to save his father's company. One tiny problem: She hates his guts.
I love stories about contemporary arranged marriages/marriages of convenience. I don't know what that says about me, really. But honestly, I think the reason why I enjoy them so much is because they remind me of the kdramas I used to enjoy so much. I also think they're ridiculous which makes them fun :D
So, Noah and Olivia are two adults born into a company owned by both their fathers (and grandfathers?). They've pretty much been primed to not only take over their respective halves of the company, but also to be married to each other. They are complete opposites, Noah is a people person, and wild where Olivia is more reserved, a bit awkward, and tightly wound. What they both have in common, however, is their passionate determination to move their company forward to succeed as well as taking care of their employees.
In romance books, I sometimes find the sexual language kinda funny. I find it too crude at times and it will mess with the flow of the story. That happened in some parts in this story, but I couldn't really picture Noah as a crude person since he shows how much he cares about Olivia and the employees of their company (Noah is the more...sexually blunt of the two lol).
All in all, I thought this was a good start to a book series. It left off on a cliffhanger and I am totally up for reviewing any of the upcoming books in this series. It was sexy, sweet and...did I mention I love these kind of marriages in fiction?
I recommend these books to anyone up for a sexy, fast read!