Beth Bradley has a problem. Everyone is expecting her successful music executive boyfriend, Charlie, to be her date for her best friend’s wedding. There’s one hitch: Charlie doesn’t exist. Unless she can think of something fast, she’s headed for the most humiliating weekend of her life.
Alex Tanner has a problem. The former Navy SEAL's search for a double agent lands him at the Kensington Hotel, and he needs a cover to finish the job. When the sexy maid of honor blackmails him into pretending to be her lover, he thinks he's been handed the solution.
Except Beth has a way of stumbling into trouble, and when the man Alex is hunting starts targeting Beth, Alex has to decide between duty and the woman who has stolen his heart.
I wasn't expecting much when I started this book but I ended up really enjoying it. It was well written and the chemistry between the characters was very real. I wish that more time was spent on the ending, I want to know more of what happened to them. Good read though, I would recommend this book.
It has just the right amount of funny, cute and sizzling heat every good romance book should have.
Suspense was weak
The author revealed things too soon (especially about the guy) so I didn’t really feel the suspense while reading it. But it was over all a good book.