All Beau Montgomery, one of Charleston’s most eligible bachelors, wants to do is build boats. He has no interest in marriage whatsoever … until it means he might not get his inheritance and he can kiss his boat building dreams goodbye. But the hungry hordes of Charleston debutantes looking to score a Montgomery scare him sh*tless.
Gwen has loved Beau Montgomery since she used to run barefoot around the marina as a scrappy teenager. Knowing she’ll never fit into his high society family, she decided long ago that she’d become his indispensable best friend rather than not be in his life at all. When he tells her he needs to marry in order to fulfill his dreams, she panics that he might actually meet someone and she’ll lose him forever.
But the more Gwen “helps” Beau find a wife, the more he finds himself suddenly regretting the fact he’s about to marry a total stranger when his best friend, and turns out, love of his life is standing right in front of him.
(Previously published as Inconvenient Wife)
Good not great. My only complaint is the same with all of these books, I wish the story line was fleshed out a bit more. Over all I could have used a bit more detail to really fall for these characters. However, the idea was fresh and the writing was good. A bit cliche but what romance isn’t. I enjoyed reading it.
Shows the blindness of Love
Great book. We often get annoyed by people who don’t see what is obvious to us. The stars are oblivious to their love for each other, however, how they come to realize their Love isa great tale. Fun, well written
Good, easy read!
This is a cute, romantic fiction. Easy to read and leaves you believing in love! It’s like reading the script of a juicy reality dating/drama (Think the Hills, meets Southern Charm, meets the Bachelor!), and trying to figure out how it’s going to end is pretty entertaining.