I’ve heard great things about the quality of this author’s writing, and this seems like the perfect book to try first. This blurb has me all kinds of intrigued – marriage first, feelings later? And a touch of betrayal in the mix as well? Sign me up! I’m definitely curious how this one will play out, and I’m sure it’s going to be an entertaining ride.
Fair warning for those who are unfamiliar with Cole’s work: she’s known for a heavy dose of steam in her books, and it’s not always vanilla, at least in her Voyeur series. I’m not sure how that’s going to factor into this one, but we’ll see how it goes when it releases on December 15th. Get all the details below!
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There’s only one thing to do when you wake up, married to your brand new boss, whom you hate but can’t resist: You blame the champagne.
I blame the bubbles for my wild night with a masked stranger.
Who cares if it’s nothing this good girl would normally do–with a man that turns out to be my horrible boss?
Who cares that I’m promised to someone else?
I blame the alcohol for agreeing to marry him.
As long as my new husband keeps his mouth shut, I can survive five years of our little arrangement. It’s too late for anything else.
But our impromptu wedding leads to so much more than I bargained for.
His dirty promises warm me. His kisses make me lightheaded. His respect slips past my best defenses. The hate turns to friendship, and makes me dream of more. He’s like the most dangerous kind of champagne.
That’s why I blame him for making me fall in love with him.
But when I find out our marriage was nothing more than revenge, what’s to blame for my broken heart?
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About the Author:
Fiona Cole is a military wife and a stay at home mom with degrees in biology and chemistry. As much as she loved science, she decided to postpone her career to stay at home with her two little girls, and immersed herself in the world of books until finally deciding to write her own.
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