Publisher Description

One: Deposed Shiek. Two: The woman whose heart he broke.  Three: This marriage of convenience wasn’t supposed to lead to love.

Aaden Bentley needs to marry to secure an inheritance he never really wanted. Billions wait for him if only he fulfills the will of his parents. Family honor once ruined his life when he skipped out on his own wedding to the only woman he ever loved. But his parents were right. If he married her, he put her in a world of danger so he let her go.

Sienna McKenna booked a tropical vacation for herself to get away from her secretary job. She intended to read, and do nothing, until she walked into the lobby and saw the man who broke her heart, Aaden Bennett, sitting in the lobby. So when he asked her to marry him, for the second time, she has every reason to run away, but instead decides to take a second chance on Aaden.

Neither one of them expected to care or love ever again, but together both their broken hearts heal. But is it enough to truly fall in love with each other?

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Love in a Book
Love in a Book

Customer Reviews

KarlisaJade ,

Short story

This was more of a short story, than an actual book. It started ok, but then became rushed and didn’t make a lot of sense. The story has promise, just needs to be fleshed out.

Gramm j. ,

Short love story

After being left at the alter, she finds him and he need to get married. There is money and danger involved. She writes such sweet love stories with an adventure involved. This is a short story.

rsuprise ,

Not worth it

Too short, characters are vaguely described, illogical, and lacking any appeal. Why would someone who is trying to save money for her mom go to a spa resort during spring break alone just to read and look at the ocean?(she lives in Florida it’s called a day trip) why would she see her ex- fiancé and decide to kiss him when he is lying to her? His behavior, thought process, and words make no sense either. The author skipped all attempts at painting a picture of anything and settled for a quick sketch that had the bare basics. I have no desire to pay money for any book she writes now.

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