First Installment of a new Romantic Comedy Serial
Welcome to the exciting and romantic world of the Jet City Billionaires…
She always dreamed of a lavish wedding with a handsome groom. So how did she end up married to a billionaire without a wedding at all?
SWITCHED AFTER THE ALTAR…
Kayla Lucas can't believe she's being divorced by a man she never married. That's some new kind of low. And certainly not by Justin Green, Seattle's youngest billionaire and the city’s most eligible nerd. Sure, Jus had a crush on her in college, but someone has to be pranking her—she hasn’t seen him in years. She's ready to play along until she walks into a meeting with Justin and his lawyer. Justin is much hotter than she remembers. And has proof she's legally married to him. He has a proposal—stay his wife for a year and he's willing to pay. But how are they married? And just what will it cost her to accept? Could she possibly lose her heart to a guy like Jus?
Switched at Marriage Serial Novellas
A Wedding to Remember—24,500 words/106 pages
The Virgin Billionaire—27,000 words/119 pages
To Have and To Hold
˃˃˃ New Adult & College Contemporary Romance
>>>Contemporary Romance Humorous
>>>Women's Fiction Romance
>>>Chick Lit Romantic Comedy
The Jet City Billionaires world presents romantic stories full of humor, laughs, secrets, mysteries, and poignancy. The Switched at Marriage serial follows the story of Justin and Kayla in a modern twist on the classic marriage of convenience story.
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Switched at marriage
A great first book, with characters I want to read more about, and a delightful first read from this author... But why is each additional 117 pages $3-4??? I would understand if it was 1117 pages for $6-7, but $19 to complete a series seems excessive in the world of online books. A absolutely wonderful first of the series of 7.... Congrats to the author who writes a compelling book.
Really sweet story, love the lil twists and turns. Would be nice to get all 7 as a box set as each book ends with a shocking surprise that leaves you wanting more.
Overall a great book you don't wanna put down which is good they are quick reads