Opposites clash in this wild, unpredictable rom com, where two strangers team up to stop a wedding at all costs.
Nathaniel Barry is monochromatic, meticulous, and uptight. Izzy Harris is wild, unpredictable, and free-spirited. Nathaniel has a trendy apartment, a successful career, and a girlfriend he's about to propose to. Izzy has no home, no career, and nobody special to hold her down.
They're polar-opposites in every way.
So when they sit next to each other on the train to Romeo, New York they clash from the very start. Naturally, Nathaniel decides he wants nothing to do with Izzy. And Izzy...well, she has a different opinion.
No matter how much Nathaniel protests, Izzy knows it was fate that brought them together. Nathaniel's girlfriend just ran off to marry another man, and Izzy swears she'll help Nathaniel win her back. They have three days to stop the ill-advised wedding. It should be easy. It should be simple. But when two polar opposites team-up to stop a wedding, there's only one guarantee – that nothing will go as planned.
Married by Sunday is Book 5 in Sarah Ready's Soul Mates in Romeo Romance Series.
Opposites Attract Romance
When Nathaniel first met Izzy I felt the same way he did that she was wild dragging him into one scrape after another while he tried to get away from her. But she did make his boring structured life much more interesting. She says she going to show him how to win his girlfriend back, but I wondered how much of that was true when they kept hiding from Gertrude and her new fiancé. I laughed out loud several times in this book and one moment made me cry.