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Dominic Demarco, on the advice of his manager, has sold the rights to his wedding story, in an effort to recoup the losses he sustained when his uncle absconded with his money. But mere minutes before the wedding is to take place, he finds himself without a bride! A sneaky tabloid reporter appears to be the right size for the dress, so Dominic, his agent and his manager persuade Sam to step in as his bride. He promises the marriage only has to last three months.
What I really liked: Teresa Ragan's humor shines through and made me smile and even laugh out loud sometimes (Emma, Sam's niece, was a hoot). I liked that Dominic stood up for Sam, just as she did for him. I loved the fact that the book is a nice, clean read, without graphic sex; sex is alluded to, but not described in detail. I was happy that the different twists and turns were resolved.
What I didn't care for: As a Christian who believes marriage is "till death", I have a problem with a couple of strangers going into marriage a) for money and b) knowing it will only last for three months (I'm also realistic enough to know that's pretty much the premise of the book). I didn't like that Sam allowed people to treat her the way she did (especially her boss); she owed those people absolutely nothing, and to risk Dominic's trust and their budding relationship for them was ridiculous.
All in all, I enjoyed this as a fun, clean romance, and would recommend it to anyone.
I really enjoyed the plot and, thankfully, no straying from it to be found! I loved the characters and thought they were all nicely done. I also liked the twists and turns this book had. The ending was also pretty nice, too, and not overly "Happily Ever After"--though it still is that obvious romance ending (but what else can you expect?).
Overall, I enjoyed Theresa Reagan's writing and definitely looking forward to more! There were only a few of the normal missing punctuation--another plus for this book! This is a must read for romance lovers!
It was a fairly fun escapist story, but I vastly prefer Ms. Ragan's darker suspense novels.
I didn't like Samantha's brothers or her father at all and the fact that they were always putting her down. I was so glad Dominic stood up for her--a true hero. I'm glad her dad tried to change later in the book.
This was part fairy-tale, part old movie, and all good!
Sam is just trying to move up in the journalist world, so when she takes her chance at Dominic Demarco's wedding, she didn't think she'd end up as the big story... his bride has stood him up, and Sam walked in at a most opportune time.
Without looking back, they make an agreement to marry for 3 months... less than a month into it, things are looking up and falling apart at the same time.