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A billionaire’s Caribbean getaway just got a lot more interesting in this sizzling marriage of convenience story by Tara Pammi!
A convenient offer…
From the stowaway on his yacht!
Dev Kohli’s superyacht is Clare Roberts’s perfect hideout. A family betrayal has her running from a forced marriage. Trying to ignore the heat still blazing between her and Dev from their last encounter, Clare prepares to bargain with the billionaire…
Dev knows the PR expert can restore his company’s tarnished reputation. But agreeing to hide her in paradise—just the two of them—brings an intimacy he can’t escape. And as the threat to Clare increases, so does Dev’s need to protect her with something he never thought he’d offer—his ring!
From Harlequin Presents: Escape to exotic locations where passion knows no bounds.
Read all the books in the Signed, Sealed…Seduced miniseries:
Book 1: Ways to Ruin a Royal Reputation by Dani Collins
Book 2: Cinderella’s Night in Venice by Clare Connelly
Book 3: The Playboy’s “I Do” Deal by Tara Pammi
Pammi (The Surprise Bollywood Baby) ties well-worn romance tropes billionaires, virgins, marriages of convenience, and dastardly villains into a formulaic package that nevertheless has charm to spare. After salacious rumors damage Indian American Dev Kohli's business, the wealthy playboy needs to rehabilitate his image. White PR maven Clare Roberts hopes to help, though neither of them can forget the single night they once shared especially not Clare, as it was her first time. Dev's difficult childhood has left him unwilling to get close to anyone, and he's determined to keep his distance from Clare both personally and professionally. Meanwhile, Clare juggles running her business with hiding out from the Mafia goons her father put on her trail when he offered her as collateral for his debts. When henchmen follow Clare from London to S o Paulo, she stows away on Dev's yacht to escape, forcing her and Dev back together. They soon realize that a marriage of convenience could solve both their problems but what happens when it also leads to love? Though the plot is predictable, Pammi invests her characters with human foibles that will endear them to readers, and the details of Indian American culture add depth and authenticity to the love story. Readers will be pleased with this sweet, sexy escape from reality.