Jasper Vale: The Edens (Unabridged)
From Wall Street Journal best-selling author Devney Perry comes a small town, fake relationship romance.
Eloise Eden’s pride and joy is her family’s hotel in Quincy, Montana. Her lifelong dream is to own The Eloise Inn. All she has to do is prove to her parents that she’s the epitome of responsible. That her days of being duped and making reckless decisions are history. She’s so close she can taste it.
Until after one weekend in Las Vegas, she comes home married to a stranger.
Jasper must have put her under a spell with those soul-deep eyes because after a single night together, they woke up husband and wife. Her only hope is to keep this marriage a secret until it’s annulled. Then she’ll pretend it never happened.
Except Jasper begs her to stay married. To fake it for three months so she can accompany him to a wedding. Maybe she’s lost her mind to agree. But her brooding husband seems desperate. It’s only three months, right? Then she’ll say goodbye to Jasper Vale, and with any luck, hello to her new hotel.
Fantastic fake marriage story!
Eloise is definitely not the type to go wild and get married in Vegas, but I loved how it all happened with Jasper. He was a complete mystery. Quiet, brooding and emotionally closed off. Unfortunately, he has his reasons for being this way. It was a shock to his system to be around a family like the Edens. Jasper and Eloise each had their own reasons for wanting to stay married. Despite those reasons, the connection between them kept growing over time. Their chemistry was insane, and I loved every moment they were together. I love the Eden family. They are quickly becoming one of my top favorite book families.
My favorite Eden so far
Jasper Vale and Eloise Eden were impulsive one night and these two relative strangers got married at a Vegas wedding chapel. They are different as night and day. Everyone they know has told them they made a mistake. But their relationship works on some sexy levels. I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves alpha males and kind hearted women. The narrators were great.