Ryan Jackson and Elizabeth Valentine can't stand each other. Unfortunately for them, their parents get along great and decide to play matchmaker in a very unusual way. In order to keep their jobs, they will have to get married and spend four months in a remote Alaskan cabin. They accept the terms but are determined that their parents' ruse will never work...until Ryan changes his mind.
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I should always read a book again if I didn't like it the first time, because never I leave a good review. I read the entire book again and found the book to be a sweet love story. I read a review that said the book had some immature parts. But, basically it's the way some grown people are. So true to life. The only complaint was the cover is ridiculous, a bride over the groom, I didn't read the book for six months because of the cover and then a negative view when I read it the first time. From from to back is the whole package matters, you can't think of a cover just put flowers and the title. The cover matters.
The author completely blamed women for sexual harassment based on how they dress- I couldn’t get passed the first chapter due to the terrible characterization. One of the main characters is supposed to be an educated psychologist and yet she is shown to be someone who clearly believes it’s the victims fault- how could you write a book that gives out this message? I certainly couldn’t read one.
With This Ring, I Thee Dread
What a farce! The main characters are 27 and 30, but talk and act like teenagers. I did finish the book in hopes the story would develop. Nope!