- File Size: 2106 KB
- Print Length: 240 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Dutch Girl Publishing, LLC (June 12, 2019)
- Publication Date: June 12, 2019
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07SHNBB3Y
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,490 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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The Marriage Effect: A marriage of convenience sports romance (Washington Wolves Book 3) Kindle Edition
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What I absolutely loved about this novel were Logan's sisters. His love for them is clear and forthright, and we see Paige develop a unique and special bond with them. It was so endearing; Logan and Paige's respective relationships with these four girls is the true focal point of the narrative. By contrast, the relationship between Logan and Paige almost seemed incidental. Their relationship was a slow burn, a very angst-filled "will they? won't they." There was tons and tons of resistance and denial. However, as soon as Logan and Paige's chemistry ignited, it was extinguished. They finally got together, but then a misunderstanding tore them apart. By the time they reconciled, the novel ended.
Even though I personally would have appreciated more romance/more development of Logan and Paige's relationship, I would be remiss to say that 'The Marriage Effect' isn't a love story. It's a love story about family, the unconventional families borne of love and choice. I was happy to see Logan, Paige, and the girls fall so deeply and completely for each other.
The entire novel was a delight.
The fake relationship and playing house was one of my favorite aspects of this novel. I actually would have loved 50 more pages about them playing family, that’s how great these characters worked together.
Paige has been a character favorite of mine since book 1. And I was pleased that she was exactly how I remembered her. And it didn’t hurt that she and Logan had chemistry, and sexual attraction that neither could ignore for long – actually Logan tried the longest.
Logan was at the end of his career, and did all his partying in his younger years, so he was this awesome steadfast and dependable person. Nothing like jocks are usually depicted. And the way he handled his responsibilities was admirable.
Logan and Paige made a great couple. And together with the kids they were this awesome patchwork family. The only complaint I have is that I didn’t get nearly enough family time. I wanted more. But all in all The Marriage Effect was a great addition to this series, and a wonderful sports romance. I’m already excited about the next book – which will be about one of the sisters. And she already has her eyes on a future football star.
Out of the many romances I have read this year so far, (and that is a lot) The Marriage Effect is up there with the best. I am not a highlighter as a rule, but there were so many good lines in this one, adding a unique twist to the narrative that made the book stand out from the rest.
Looking forward to reading Molly's story next.
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This book combines my favorite tropes fake marriage and sports romance so it was an absolute pleasure to read. It was well written and the story kept me reading well into the night. It was cute, emotional and sometimes frustrating (in a good way).
The overall pace of the book was good and it’s a relatively slow burn but the chemistry between Logan and Paige was off the charts.
I loved every second of it and I’m looking forward to the next in the series! :)