So I was pretty sure my dead ex-boyfriend’s brother hated me…until he asked me to marry him.
And pretend his brother’s baby—which I’m carrying, BTW—is really his.
So now I’m suddenly the wife of a quirky tech billionaire, and falling in like with him so fast, it’s beginning to feel an awful lot like love. But we both have issues, and there are shadows creeping around the edges of our fledgling relationship. Can two people as different as we are make a pretend relationship real?
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This is a really, really odd book. In some ways, those odd parts are great. I love the heroine. Her inner dialogue is great. The situation is crazy. She acts crazy.
Then, pour on the Harlequin Presents elements--the hero is a tech millionaire who is aloof. Marriage of Con.
Next, add race, gender, class, and ability into the swirl.
There is a lot of fun to be had but there are some glitches in the writing and some unexamined presentation of ability, race, class and gender which make the book go sour in place.
However, I did enjoy the crazy over the top of it all.