When Carrie Allen learns that her father has arranged a marriage between her and Justin Monroe, she knows that a pair couldn't be more mismatched. And she wants out!
Justin Monroe has loved Carrie for years, so he jumps at the chance to marry her. But he's in for a surprise when she tells him the truth...and asks for an annulment.
Too bad for her he's not willing to give up.
With mixed thoughts I purchased this story since the reviews were polar opposite. The main characters are interesting and engaging, but this is the saddest love story in that someone is treated so poorly. The lead female character is a rude spoiled rich brat. She is headed for the street since her father is broke how about showing some respect for the poor guy trying to be kind. And the main male character comes across as the butler not the rich man. It was disturbing the read about the usual obsession the lead characters brother had about her consummating her marriage.
Mostly good, but too much religion
This story was mostly good, but the religious overtones and references smacked too much like an agenda to me. All the unmarried men are virgins? This was a distracting plot point for me.
I loved this book
I was not expecting certain scenes, which made them all the better. I love this story of how she starts off hating him and learns to love him.