From the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Marquita Valentine, comes the Brides of Holland Springs, a sweetly sexy series set in the town that readers have come to love.
It’s not easy being the woman most likely to be married to a fortune hunter, but Kate Von Lichtenstein has a plan to deter even the most determined gold digger. She’ll take a page right out of her favorite historical romance novel - with her own unique spin. She’ll marry a man of her choosing before the public gets wind of how much money she actually inherited from her grandparents. And who fits the bill better than the sexy and charming American businessman, Noah Sawyer?
After selling his share of the successful tech company, Noah Sawyer lost everything when an unscrupulous realtor stole the money he intended to use to purchase a huge swath of land worth millions. So, when a chance meeting at a mutual friend’s wedding with a hot brunette turns into a mutually beneficial business arrangement, Noah jumps at the chance to salvage his business.
However, the sexy land developer has no intention of his marriage to Kate being in name only…
Don’t miss the next books in the Brides of Holland Springs Series:
The Temporary Bride (Book 2)
The Forgotten Bride (Book 3)
The Christmas Bride (Book 4)
The Scottish Bride (Book 5)
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The book was mostly a good read until the end. I craved more information. I was hoping this was a continuous story but it ends with the epilogue, and the next book having new characters, (which I still plan on reading).
The main character is over dramatic about everything! The main character sounds like a naive, scared child when she’s way over 20! The girl almost allows herself to believe that she’s a historical romance character. The book was boring and overly dramatic!
Not what I expected
I definitely understand that this boon was relatively short. But for much as it had already put into it, I was a little disappointed that the final climactic scene wasn’t very filling. There wasn’t a last standoff as there should have been. It should have been more detail to it at least. Otherwise, it was a very understandable story and plot and I did enjoy it.