You are cordially invited to the worst wedding of the century.
Sydney Evans is no stranger to hard work. It’s the one constant in her life. And with no family or friends to speak of it’s been easy to pour everything she has into her career as general counsel for Blackstone Holdings.
She wants for nothing. Until her boss offers her a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. All she has to do in return is marry his good-for-nothing son.
Scott Blackstone used be a party whore. Pardon, party animal. He hasn’t been that guy in a long time though. Not since he moved to Wyoming, bought a failing cattle ranch, and turned it into a profitable business.
All is good. Until a phone call from his father threatens the quiet, simple life he’s built. Marry or lose everything. And to a woman who can’t stand him, no less. Well, Scott is not going down without a fight. He’s never going back to Manhattan. Not if he can help it.
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I adored this book! I stayed up way too late reading it because I just could not put it down! So many secrets, so many misconceptions and a meddling father that pulls the strings. Great writing that drew me in and made have all the feels. Hot cowboy, sassy and strong heroine. This book weaves a tale of how the worst beginnings and first impressions aren't always the truth.
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Review: You Can Have Manhattan
You Can Have Manhattan by P. Dangelico is a standalone contemporary romance that is enemies to lovers / fake marriage / second chances tropes all rolled into one excellent and awesome emotional story! This story of Sydney Evans & Scott Blackstone is phenomenal. I couldn't put it down and it elicited ALL the feels. From each of their misinformed opinions of each other, the distant relationship Scott has with his father, the underhanded behavior, the reactions and the emotions and the attraction was palpable in every page. I absolutely loved this and HIGHLY recommend it! Enjoy!