When down on his luck Nixon wins a billion dollars, he expects his life to change, but he never thought it would change like this. In a bid to win over his father, he marries Kaley, but it's not real. Is it?
Kaley's whole life is flowers, especially the floundering flower shop she manages. But when it's put at risk, she falls on Nixon to help her. But it's all just a sham, isn't it? She doesn't really want to be his wife, does she?
Over a year, the fake turns real, and that means real consequences when things go wrong. These two will have to answer hard truths to make it work and get their HEA.
A cheesey romantic novella
Lexi Banks tends to format her books so as to create an air of hopelessness and despondency from the start where almost all possibilities for the future are lost for the primary characters from the onset. Little background is given to make the hero likeable - sympathetic to, yes… like, no. In fact, the hero is presented as almost completely unintelligent and lacking of any aspirations. It quickly morphs into a cheesey, simple, more upbeat, hopeful and predictable romantic novella. What else can one expect when the premise is that a grown man fake marries a stranger to get approval from his father? Nothing wrong with that if you are looking for a basic HEA that makes your heart and endorphins sing and your face smile at the end.