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Marry Me for Money (Forever After Book 1) by [Kayla, Mia]
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Length: 359 pages Word Wise: Enabled

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***I had the pleasure of being asked to review this book for our blog, little did I know I would fall in love with this story. For being Mia's debut novel she hit it out of the park! Halos and Horns Book Blog
***Mia Kayla took something known and gave it a very unique twist. I simply loved it. - Total Book Geek
***Marry Me for Money is full of as much angst as it is heartwarming moments. It's the kind of book, you want to talk about while you're reading it and hours after you finish. - Author Michelle Lynn
***I loved this story. Everything about it. I gobbled it up in one sitting and now am going to stalk the author for her next release. Look out world, we've got an awesome new author on the horizon. - Sleepless In Chicago Book Blog
***Mia Kayla's debut book is a modern day marriage of convenience theme that is delightfully captivating and fun to read. -Goodreads Reviewer

About the Author

Mia Kayla is a New Adult/Contemporary Romance writer who lives in Illinois. She is wifey to the husband of the year and mommy to three unbelievable cute little girls who have multiplied her grey hairs. In her free time she loves reading romance novels, jamming to boy bands, catching up on celebrity gossip and designing flowers for weddings. Most of the time, she can be caught on the train with her nose in a book sporting a cheeky grin because the main characters finally get their happily-ever-after at the end. She loves reading about happy endings but has more fun writing them.

Product Details

  • File Size: 1854 KB
  • Print Length: 359 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: MAM Books LLC (May 4, 2014)
  • Publication Date: May 4, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00K5AEN7Q
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,010 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The heroine of this book, Beth, moves to Chicago because she's landed her dream job. Almost immediately she meets a rich and handsome man who wants to be her best friend. And she meets a very handsome and talentented man who wants to be her boyfriend. As if that's not enough, she is also the best at her job only two months after she started fresh out of school. Everyone loves Beth and she is the innocent almost-virgin in a world of whores (the author uses the word whore to describe the other women in the hero's life - I found that offensive).

I don't mind unrealistic in my books but this was too much. The heroine was a Mary Sue - a perfect woman who got everything she wanted without really working for it. Yes, there was some drama so the hero could save her again and again but it was equally unrealistic.

At the end her very important job suddenly meant nothing to her and the stuff from her grandmother, that she'd tried to hold on to, was apparently all forgotten because the hero had stored it for a whole year without any reason at all.

The book wasn't particularly well written but it had humor and some entertainment value. If you want a credible romance then this is not the book for you. If you want a teenage dream, then go right ahead.
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Clearly I didn't read the same book as everyone else because I thought it was pretty weak. The premise sounded good and if it had been executed well, it may have been a good book. Our h starts a new job and meets the H through his father who is a client of her company. The h is a financial underwriter for a bank. The H is gorgeous, charming and does absolutely nothing with his life besides womanising and spending his trust fund. The h is hardworking and has to pay off huge loans that her alcoholic mother has run up. The h meets a really good guy at work and begins dating him, whilst staying friends with the H, who they both agree is not serious relationship material. The H is given an ultimatum to marry or lose his trust fund so he makes a deal with the h. She will marry him for one month and once he has access to the money, he'll pay off her debts and divorce her. Sounds quite good doesn't it. Potential love triangle etc but as I've said the execution really isn't great.

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Neither the h nor the H are particularly likeable. The h is pretty selfish and I thought that her continuing to date the other guy, while agreeing to marry the H was extremely tacky. In fact a lot of stuff in this book is tacky. The H has a girl give him a bj in a club that he takes the h to, when they were just friends. She walks in on them in a public area. He is still sleeping around while they were friends and it's a scenario I don't enjoy. The author writes stuff like "A little silent burp escaped my lips. I doubted he'd heard it..." WTH? Then the author constantly writes about the h whining. Does she know that whining is actually a negative? It creates such a bad impression about a character. There's also the scene where the h wipes her greasy hands on her $15 000 wedding dress. Was this supposed to be funny? I could go on and on but I've given the general idea. Don't say you haven't been warned.
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I absolutely adored this book! I loved the friendship between Beth and Kent. This book had friendship, love, some suspense, a little steam, and a really good plot and storyline. I could not put this book down! I love the relationship development between the main characters - it wasn't an insta-love type of thing and was really sweet how they fell in love. I love this so much I will read it again - it was that good! Highly recommend!!!
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Lately I read books where the hero sleeps with another woman/women during the story. Unfortunately, this book belongs to this list. I hate that. And Kent does it more than once. I am not happy with that. He even gets a BJ while he is clubbing with Beth.

That wasn't the only thing I hated it. I hadn't read the blurb of the book and I started this book because I was given a review copy of a spin off novel (The scheme) and I wanted to read it to feel more connected to the people in the story. The story has a love triangle of sorts. That's a no no for me.

I never realized how Kent and Beth fell in love with each other. It was sudden and I didn't believe it. The proposition came some time around 45% of the story and the wedding happened in like 70%. I was expecting the proposition and the wedding to come sooner. In the last chapters I started to like Kent and to dislike Beth.
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"Everyone always said their wedding day had flown by. This day was killing me, killing me softly and slowly." The prologue hooked me within the very first page. A romance starting with a woman who doesn't want to be at her own wedding? Intriguing!

Bethany Casse is new to Chicago and to One Financial Bank. Within 30 minutes on the job she is thrown into her first assignment, which is sitting in on a meeting with Jack Plack of Plack Industries at a restaurant within the county club. Jack's son, Kent was playing golf when his father called him to the table. No denying that Jack's son was a looker but his lack of ambition and drive knocked him down a few notches in Beth's eyes. They are thrown together in an awkward, albeit entertaining situation for her new job. "I've decided I'm not talking to you. I feel a headache coming on and I'm pretty sure it's triggered every time you open your mouth."

Eventually a friendly truce is called between the two. "JUST FRIENDS" And just friends they were. I adored the hilarious exchanges between the two. She shared stuff from her past that she didn't share with anyone, and he opened to her as well about his fears. "No, I prefer to avoid sexually transmitted diseases, thank you very much." is just some of the sassy comebacks Kent had to deal with from his friend Beth as she wondered "How the heck did I become good friends with a man-whore?"

The friendship these two formed was so fun to read. Often times, I felt like I was at the bar tossing back shots with them or watching reality TV while dining on pizza. They were there for each other to help with first dates, family trouble and even the matter of the trust fund which lead to a wedding filled with peach colored candles and dresses.
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