Marrying a stranger tops the list of things you should never do in Las Vegas, but I did it anyway.
The entire night was my idea. I was the one who suggested a wake-up-with-a-tiger kind of night. Instead, I woke up with a ring on my finger and Vince Rossi in my bed.
Vince, who was nothing like I thought he was and everything I never knew I needed.
Suddenly I was falling head-over-heels in love with my accidental husband and the idea of ending this union was the last thing I wanted.
I wanted forever.
So what if we barely knew each other? Statistically speaking, our odds were as good as anyone's.
Until the annulment papers landed on my doorstep…
This book was good I enjoyed Vince as a character a lot I finished it in one sitting
Funny and entertaining book but I’d say at least 90% of the book was Payton’s inner dialogue. I missed hearing a different POV to make you feel closer to the characters.
Loved Paton & Vince
This is my favorite Jana Aston book, granted she’s fairly new to me, but Payton and Vince will forever be a favorite couple to me.
Payton is young, quirky and crazy. Vince is older than Payton and owns a gentleman’s club. After a night of A or B choices, they end up married. Throw the addition of Cannon into the mix and it’s pure entertainment. Vince is incredibly sweet and loving toward Payton. Payton, with her quirks, drives Vince a bit crazy. These two are the perfect couple. They say opposites attract, and that’s certainly the case here.
If you like romantic comedies, I highly recommend Good Time. Now, I think Cannon needs a book of his own.