Good read. Keeps your interest with private planes, gorgeous hotel suites, and a South Seas honeymoon. Sexy, powerful billionaire and a vulnerable heroine. A good twist on the marriage of convenience story.
"Scrambling to save her family's company, Emma McKinley was shocked when billionaire hotel magnate Alex Garrison tossed her a lifeline. It was a textbook marriage of convenience: he calls off her creditors; she gives him half her company.
But the elaborate game of make-believe soon became more intoxicating than either of them expected. Could a marriage built on a lie withstand the test of true passion?"
(Back cover blurb)
Not a bad story and was more entertaining than the usual short romances I've read. Had some 'plot-hole' type things that made it a little daft (like the author getting confused and saying that crossing the International Date Line from East to West near Kiribati subtracted a day instead of adding it--unless I read the dialog wrong, but I'm pretty sure I didn't), but otherwise I liked it. Oh, and the guy on the cover does bear an eerie similarity to James Franco...