Tuesday, September 11, 2012

THE MARRIAGE BARGAIN Book Review and Giveaway

The Marriage Bargain

Camille Chandler is a tabloid journalist whose career is right on track--until her boss sees a curious ad in the L.A. Trades. Wanted: Single actress for an extended gig abroad. France's mega-rich playboy Julian de Laurent is up to something and Camille's boss expects her to find out what. Who knew the eccentric gazillionaire was looking to hire a temporary wife? When Camille refuses to accept Julian's proposal--and secretly write a juicy tell-all about the de Laurent family--she's fired and left financially destitute, forcing her to entertain Julian's proposal for real. But what'll happen at the end of the contract period, after Camille has spent six months as the wife of a man she learns is capable of stealing her heart? Buy on Amazon / Nook / Paperback Coming Soon

Our Review

I love a romance with a spunky heroine, and Camille fit that bill! This was a sweet story of two people who are brought together through a series of believable events outside of their control. Both are well-written and likable, and the romance is warm and sigh-inducing. The supporting characters are just as engaging and lovable. It leaves the reader happy and satisfied. . .and perhaps walking around with a goofy smile for the rest of the day. Definitely a must-read for all romance addicts!  

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  1. Thanks for the review. I'm glad you enjoyed the book!


  2. My favorite wedding tradition is the reception! Ah~ the party is the best part~~~~

  3. No matter what kind of wedding...no matter where it takes place, ho formal or informal.. my fave part is the "I do's"...that never changes :)