Eric Tinsley, the unexpected new Lord Gossett, has inherited a mess. He was never meant to be Lord of the manor, since he was the 'spare', but is forced into the role upon the deaths of his father and brother.
Little does he know that the title comes with a mound of debt that he cannot afford to pay.
Enter Robert Bennett, American Billionaire. Robert has tried multiple ways to move up in society, but even his billions can't crack the royal elite. But where there's a will, there's a way, and Robert finds that way with Eric, Lord Gossett.
Married under a ten-year contract that outlines every aspect of their relationship, they soon find themselves questioning everything.
"Filled with humor, heart, and some old fashioned drama, this story takes you on a rollercoaster ride to Eric and Robert's HEA."
Better than both…
I’m not a big fan of either the rich or the royals (nobles?), but the idea of a contract marriage intrigued me. I was very pleasantly surprised and drawn to the book and the story of rich and royal… The sexually liberated men gave me hope for the story, but realities of family issues and infidelity rang true also. This was, at least to me, a bit of a fairytale, yet I came to really like each main character, enjoy the super sweet ending much more than I had expected….