We struck a deal. All business. Now he's changing the rules.
It was just supposed to be a marriage on paper. Koa needed a path to citizenship and I needed the money to open Bridges and Bitters.
All I've ever wanted is to take care of my sisters and run my own bar, my way. What did I care if I had a technical husband? A husband with too many dimples and more charm than he should have...
So when he rolled into town after five years to deal with some paperwork, he's turned everything upside-down.
Sure, Koa is charismatic and fun, but he's also a nomad. I don't have time for vacations and I don't know how to play games.
I'm not sure how I ended up hitched to a smoking hot rugby coach without a plan, but I need to sort this all out. Fast.
If I can't figure out a way to slice through all this red tape, it could mean last call for Bridges and Bitters.
Last Call is a sizzling marriage of convenience romance, the fourth stand-alone installment of the Bridges and Bitters series. If you love found family, witty banter, and heat that will curl your toes, you'll devour these sexy romantic comedies.
Davis does it again
I stumbled up Lainey Davis randomly, and I can’t get enough. Her stores are fun and descriptive. I adore all the characters in the Bridges and Bitters. I have binged the series!
They have a deal
They can help each other out…
Esther us 25 and the only responsible adult raising her four sisters.
She’s a grumpy bartender.
Koa is from New Zealand (yay for Kiwis) and is half Māori. He’s in Pittsburg but his visa is up.
So, they can help each other out with a marriage of convenience with a side of steam. And grumpiness.