Published: 17 October 2020
Series: The Warren Family Holidays Book 2
Book cover blurb:
Wanted: one bride for marriage to billionaire heir at New Year’s Eve wedding. Submit resume and photo to INEEDAWIFE@wannamarryabillionaire.com
All I want is to be CEO at Warren Enterprises Worldwide, but the newly revised Warren Trust makes it clear…
I won’t inherit the company or the family fortune unless I’m hitched before the first of the year.
Too bad I don’t have a girlfriend or fiancée.
What I do have is charm, dashing good looks, a prestigious lineage, an email address, and a faithful assistant willing to help me sort through all the applicants.
But the longer we spend weeding out the duds, the more I appreciate the woman in front of me.
Too bad Blaire doesn’t fit the requirements for a Warren bride.
And one way or another, this New Year’s Eve, I’ll be kissing my wife at the stroke of midnight.
Helping my hot boss find a bride isn’t really part of my job description.
It’s busy enough around the office during the holidays without having to comb through applications from vapid bimbos who only want the Warren money.
But Archie needs my help, and I’m hopeless to deny him when he flashes me that panty-melting grin and sings my praises.
He says I’m invaluable.
As an employee…or more?
Because with every moment we spend together planning his loveless New Year’s Eve wedding, my heart inches closer to falling in love with him.
Holiday miracles are the things of fairy tales, but this New Year’s Eve, one might be found in the place they least expect it.
The blurb for this book drew me in right from the start! The absolute first thing that caught my eye was the line in the intro, saying ‘INEEDAWIFE@wannamarryabillionaire.com’. I saw this and straight away I wanted to read more. And I’m happy to be able to report that once I was drawn in, the book kept my whole attention right until the end.
Archie is a busy man with a problem and no time to fix it. Blaire is his assistant who is doing her best to come up with a way to deal with the problem, while attempting to remember that he’s the boss and she’s the employee (and nothing more).
I really liked the interaction between these two characters. Archie is a little clueless and Blaire is a little (ok, a lot) dorky, but neither of them cares. They just mesh well together. You may have to suspend your women’s rights beliefs a little when it comes to the bits where Archie is asking Blaire to do some things, like fetch him coffee, but never fear – there comes a point where he fetches her a coffee too.
They are no surprise plots twists to be found in this book, but I really didn’t care – it was just a plain good story. I enjoyed it, start to finish, and I’m already looking forward to the next book in the series when it is released.
Thank you to the author for my copy of this book, in exchange for an honest review.
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