It was never my plan to wake up in a Vegas hotel room as Dominic Mancini’s WIFE. The man has brought me nothing but heartache since I was sixteen.
At least we agree on one thing—a quickie annulment and we can both get on with our lives. I can go back to teaching little girls to dance and he can go back to making millions on Wall Street.
But sometimes what happens in Vegas doesn’t stay in Vegas. It follows you right into an ambush by your Italian Mamas who deliver Oscar-worthy performances when heaping on the guilt.
So, we do what any good Italian kids would do. We secretly agree to pretend to give marriage a try.
But our easy solution morphs into a convoluted mess and leaves us wondering—is it safe to bet on each other?
Highly anticipated Dom’s story!
Highly anticipated Dom’s story! After getting bits and pieces of both Dom and Val through the past books, we finally get their story and thankfully it is the pair together! With their past together stemming from childhood, we not only wonder what happened before to cause the break up, but then what happened as adults to cause another. With feelings pent up and not shared, after a drunken night in Vegas the pair end up married with no recollection, and when their parents find out, they are forced to not move forward with an annulment right away. Being forced to stay together, they save face with everyone except who already knows, but behind closed doors develop a situation with benefits for both. But when the benefits cause their feelings to come back and their communication skills lacking, miscommunication and assumptions threaten to ruin their budding relationship. A thoroughly enjoyable book from this pair, it was comical reading the back and forth and just wanting them to be together! Can’t wait to get the next story from this family – hopefully Blanca!
I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
Always love the happy ending!!!
White Collar Brothers Series by Piper Rayne
Absolutely loved this series! Steamy rom-com with characters that are so relatable and funny. I wish there were more brothers so there could be more books in this series. Looking forward to reading more from this dynamic duo.