Sex wasn't supposed to be part of the deal.
Three years into a marriage of convenience, Molly's high-powered CEO husband wants to add a new term to their marriage agreement. Sex—without any messy emotional entanglements. But weekly sex with Luke, despite their carefully negotiated terms, is likely to get messy eventually.
Content in a mutually beneficial arrangement, Molly isn't going to fall for Luke the way she fell for an old lover, only to be crushed in the end. She vows to stay strong, no matter how much intimacy develops between them in bed. When her old lover returns, finally wanting a real relationship, Molly has the chance to give her heart to a man who will accept it.
It's too bad she now wants to give it to her husband, who has never admitted her heart is what he wants.
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Loved this romance book
What a twist on what romance should be. It’s always refreshing to see two people come together when they least expect it.
A Negotiated Marriage
Molly and Luke have enough to do with their lives just to manage their busy, profitable careers. Molly is determined not to give her love to any man again after being dropped by her former boyfriend, Baron.
Luke can't fathom the fact that his childhood sweetheart turned on him and gave industry secrets to his competition. He'll never trust another woman.
But they both need a trustworthy friend to pretend to be married to. It will help both of their individual businesses and further their own goals. What do they do? Negotiate an arranged marriage with all expectations clearly spelled out. But when weekly sexual encounters enter into the arrangement after three years of wedded happiness, sparks fly and the relationship reaches its boiling point. The characters are wonderfully presented and grow through the story, but the plot is a bit predictable.
If you enjoy light romances with heat thrown in for good measure, then A Negotiated Marriage is just your cup of tea.