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The Marriage Bargain by Jennifer Probst
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Summary: Alexa Maria McKenzie needs money badly. Billionaire Nicholas Ryan has to have a wife right away. She is a convenient choice because she’s his sister’s childhood friend, and therefore getting married — as a business arrangement — seems the best solution.
First Sentence of Chapter One:
She needed a man.
I had a brief “fling” with romance novels when I was in my teens, so I’m familiar with some of the tropes. So far this one seems to cover them all. Of course there’s a rich, hot guy who needs to marry someone to inherit something. Yes, of course it’s a marriage in name only. And, of course, I’ll get sucked in and keep reading.
Have you read any of Jennifer Probst’s books? What do you think?
What are we reading next for The Bestseller Code challenge?
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The next book is number 71. The Bourne Betrayal by Eric Van Lustbader (2007) – Discussion begins December 11, 2017