On a Wednesday afternoon, Owen Masterson asks me to marry him.
I've never met the man before.
All I wanted was a job repackaging his image. He needs to ramp up his cool-factor to attract partnerships with better designers for his family's department store. But he wants me to be his temporary trophy wife instead.
I need to get out from under my grandfather's control and don't really care how I do it. Honestly, I'll rock the hell out of being a temporary trophy wife.
So maybe I'll marry him for a year, even though he has no social skills and he's a lot older than me. But I'm not going to fall for him.
Unwrapping the Package
Chelsea is the youngest of three girls. She is funny and kind, has great fashion sense and style, and is a master of social engagement. But she’s never been the organized one or the smart one, like her sisters. She’s tired of being seen as and treated by others as “fluff” so she works at getting a job. Since she’s never had a job before, the hunt is taking a while. Then along comes Owen whom is serious need of a makeover for his stores and image. And a fake trophy wife. Their arrangement is mutually beneficial, but then it starts to feel like more, and more means complicated. A very enjoyable addition to the series!
So heartwarming ❤️
I wasn’t sure how I was gonna like or relate to a spoiled beautiful girl, but Noelle Adams made me love Chelsea. From start to finish this book tugs at your heart and ends so good. Loved it!
I missed the first book in this series but I loved this book and the second.
This family is so interesting. These three sisters have all entered into fake relationships for vastly different but sort of similar reasons. I loved Chelsea and Owen. They way their relationship grows and the interactions between them.
I loved the interactions between Chelsea and her family. But even more than that, I loved the way that Owen always stood up for her, even when she didn't think he needed to. I definitely need to go back and read the first book in this series so I can visit this family again.
*This is my voluntary review of an advanced reader copy*