Available in audio first, New York Times best-selling author Laurelin Paige's newest red-hot romance!
Weston King knows how to play. But wild nights and owning an extensive collection of women's panties don't carry the thrill they once did, so when his business partner, Donovan, suggests an outrageous plan to allow them to take over their competition, Wes takes him up on the offer. The crazy idea? Marry the competitor.
Elizabeth Dyson, the bride-to-be in question, is on board with the plan. She wants access to her trust fund and can only get it once she marries. Each has something the other wants - all they have to do is pretend to like each other well enough to tie the knot.
Only trouble is, playing fiancé to Elizabeth isn't quite that simple. Wes finds her sexy and brilliant...and soon wishes their engagement wasn't fake at all. Not that he'd ever tell her that.
But a lover boy like Wes can stand an empty bed only for so long...and even the best of players has to put down his cards eventually.
Wishing for Weston.
Gahhh!!No, no, no, no!!
My head just exploded. Ka-boom!! Cracked. Busted, and
making a mess all over the floor. Well, so it feels. Why? You ask? This book, that’s why. Let me tell you something. This book is fabulous, it’s brilliant, sexy, hot and has two snarly, snarky main characters that like to fight and argue and then make up.
Who are these two? Weston King and Elizabeth Dyson, that’s who. You remember them, don’t you.
We first met Weston in the ‘Dirty Duet’ and it’s starter
novella Dirty, Sexy Rich Boys, which is available free. We heard all about their meeting and fake engagement / wedding, and if you were like me, you wanted to know more. And that’s what we got. The truth behind the plans, the ploys Donovan inveigled to get
Weston to do his bidding. Then we got the ‘feels’. First the attraction, then the hatred, then the falling, and boy do they fall. Deep and hard and truly. But, as with all duets, there has to be a cut off point and Ms. Paige sure picked a doozy. I’m not sure
I’ll recover from this in time for the next part.
All I know is, I want it, and I for one, WANT IT NOW!
November is just tooo faaar away!