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- Print Length: 418 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: March 5, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01CMN671I
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Both main characters were lacking in dimension. From someone that loves rough around the edges kind of men, Nash's character was a disappointment. I like my heroes to be crude and cocky as much as the next girl, I feel as though Nash had no redeemable attributes. Selena's character was whinny and weak. Knowing full well what she signed up for, Selena continued to be moody at every turn. Just my opinion!
I felt like this book had the potential to be a solid read if B.B. Hamel had put more time into tying everything together. The plot line was choppy and overall just not very developed. Some of the elements felt random, making them feel unnecessary.
The heart of the story... the sex scenes! Yes they were hot, but I found myself skipping them after awhile. I did this due to the fact that they became repetitive, characters would think or say the same things each time. On top of that I didn't really believe to relationship between the two. Overall the sex scenes did nothing to help the progress of the story.
I was really disappointed with this book, having read some of B.B. Hamel'a books before I feel I was let down with this read. I hope for better luck next time.
Nash is a cocky, arrogant, ass SEAL whose man whoring ways have him in a bind. He wants to be in control but his actions have shot that to s***... So he's come up with a plan. But, in order to make his plan work he needs a wife.
Selena meets Nash at a book signing, trying to get him to do an interview for her college paper. He's got a completely different idea as he tells her to meet him at a ritzy restaurant later that night.
Nash offers Selena 1 million dollars to marry him and be his fake wife for a few months.
Nash doesn't bank on his lust for his wife driving him mad. Selena tries to keep their arrangement all business.
How long will she be able to deny this sexy arrogant ass or herself?
It's one hot sexy read!
Nash Bell has a best-selling war memoir based on his SEAL days, and women are practically throwing themselves at him daily, bad enough that his publicist is having conniptions trying to control his public image. Chafing at the control, Nash Bell decided to do one thing nobody expected... He's going to marry a girl named Selena in a marriage of convenience. Selena needed the money... Her father has cancer. And this "fake" marriage would only last a few months. And Nash needs to have a more... "wholesome" image. But Nash is having a hard time keep his hands off his "wife"...
There are several factual problems, but they are rather minor (such as sudden "twist" at the end that Nash's publicist is not only a lieutenant, she's a SEAL team commander? Uh... SEAL team commander is an O-5 COMMANDER, not a lowly O-3 lieutenant, and there are no female members in navy SEALs as of now ) The main problem here is Nash was portrayed as a "bad boy", but he's just... annoying and pushy. Is that what "bad boy" was supposed to be? As for Selena... she comes across as... to borrow another author's term... "white bread" (bland). She's sad (this is going to be over soon, her father is dying...) or just passive almost all the time, except when she's in bed sharing sexy times with Nash (which wasn't that often!)
In the end, I had a mild dislike for the book. I would have given it 2 stars, except I think a book featuring a SEAL but did not commit "SEAL abuse" should be rewarded, and I rather like "wag the dog" backstory (which I don't mind, and you'll know what I mean once you read the book). So I decided on the 3/5 rating