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So Austin offers her half a million dollars to pretend to be his wife and help polish his image. She accepts. All she has to do is be his fake wife for the cameras and press to help rebuild his reputation. A fake marriage. How hard could that be? Well it should have been easy till they wake up in Vegas legally married. Now she is married to the most notorious, most possessive, and yet Gorgeous pro football player. He is hot, and his way with words makes her want him. Oh, it all just get worse, she finds out she is pregnant.
With mistakes made and the appearance of Austin’s dad, things just go from bad to worse, and Natalie leaves after discovering she is pregnant, and Vince shows up with an offer to for her to help Austin with his dad problems, and all she has to do is marry him and have his kids.
I was digging it but as story continued it just became too much for me to enjoy. It started great and I was falling in love right along with them, but then all these coincidence, to-convenient-to-believe, intertwined story line was just getting out of hand. I mean for heroine to be so easy blackmailed the way she was and the time frame from divorce to wedding, and blown up saving scene....I was just wanting to book to end. Also, hero was so beta. Come on, he just gave up and did not fight for his love. The climax did not count as he had people telling him what to do and setting things up to help him get him to the heroine. All he did until that point is get drunk.
Overall a decent book. The last 20 percent fell flat for me. I felt like Natalie made some really bad choices that left me very unhappy and when Austin finds out about these he goes to her and just tries to win her back when he did nothing wrong. He's not mad that she left without asking him for a reason or that she keeps her pregnancy a secret from him and her own sister is the one to spill the beans. Then they just get their happy ending like she did nothing wrong. I think Natalie just left a bad taste in my mouth the little last part of this book. I would recommend this book at your own risk.
The story itself was okay, somewhat funny at times but wasn't gripping.