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What did fall a little flat for me was how it progressed. I liked that he was really working hard at the beginning to get her to choose him. I liked that she chose Collin, but he said no. She instinctively knew something wouldn't work with Jackson. I don't know if any woman would have looked at a guy who didn't need the money and truly thought he was doing this because she was desperate. One, why would he care...he doesn't know her. Two, men generally run from marriage, not volunteer for it...especially with a stranger. And three, no matter what you promised, no where in that promise did it say "to look out for her means that you need to go to extremes like marriage to a stranger".
The supporting characters were great. I loved Chris, Pam, Jamie, Collin, and Jen. You don't get tons of them in the story, but what you get is entertaining. I like how she thought Jackson and Chris were a couple, then gets drunk at her wedding after learning they are not. I like how Jen and Pam teach her how to seduce Jackson and the pool scene one of my favorites. Those that knew what was really going on didn't agree with it, but at the end of the day hoped Jackson would realize what a great woman he married.
What didn't work for me was the fact that he just blindly believed Heather. Even when he wasn't sure he didn't just ask Madison or even follow up by going to the shelter to check on her story. He met the kids, he'd been to her house, he saw her car, he spoke to her best friend, but he still thought she was a greedy money hungry woman? Just because of one party where she was dressed up? Even his brother wasn't supportive of his doing this for Heather...you think he would have been smarter...and he came across as smart except for seeing through Heather. Then the whole not wanting to commit was just annoying...he had every symptom of loving this woman, but it took him to nearly the end to realize he wanted her. Last, the end was also a little abrupt. I expected something more...it wasn't bad, just I didn't understand what happened after he left the office and showed up at her house. He has Adam, a deed, and is just in time to stop Heather on Madison's birthday? Uh, exactly how and when did all of this happen in one day?
So, to sum it up, yes, it was fun reading it, but still had some things that kept it from being a great book for me. I by no means am the majority and expect that others will enjoy it more.
I thought it was a mostly cute story with some really unbelievable aspects - (minor spoiler) such as the fact that no one, and I mean no one, can sign annulment papers and have the marriage ended on the same day. And wouldn't Madison have had to sign them, too?
Overall some fun parts and some eye-rolling parts; didn't hate it but I didn't love it, either. Recommended when you're looking for a light read.
The kids at the club are not really on board and are not sure that Madison is making the right choice, so they get involved as well. Great fun read!
This was a quick read that required no brain. There wasn't much to it, just your basic girl-meets-guy, girl-gets-involved-with-guy-despite-not-wanting-to, guy-does-something-to-upset-girl, girl-and-guy-fix-it and happily ever after.
While the two main characters seemed somewhat fleshed out, the secondary and other characters weren't. The storyline had a lot of potential if the author had wanted to create something deeper and more meaningful.
I would consider this a 'beginner story' for the writer and would encourage her to continue finding her 'comfortable area' within the genre she chooses.
Like I said, quick no-brainer. It's not something I'll read again and I'm glad that I didn't pay anything for it.
If you enjoy this genre I would also suggest; Highland Fling,The New Deputy in Town (Whitehorse, Montana) ,No Tan Lines (Barefoot William) &Lucky in Love (A Lucky Harbor Novel).
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