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Home · The Marriage Bargain Author: Probst Jennifer The Mancini Marriage Bargain. Read more · The Scorsolini Marriage Bargain · Read more. In the first book in a new series by New York Times bestselling author Jennifer Probst, billionaire Nicholas Ryan offers bookstore owner Alexa Maria McKenzie a . A marriage in name only. cover image of The Marriage Bargain Marriage to a Billionaire Series, Book 1 · Marriage to a Billionaire. by Jennifer Probst. ebook by "one of the most exciting breakout novelists" (USA TODAY) Jennifer Probst.
Available for download. Not available in stores. To save her family home, impulsive bookstore owner Alexa Maria McKenzie casts a love spell.
A marriage in name only with certain rules: Avoid entanglement. Keep things all business. Do not fall in love.
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Prices and offers may vary in store. Kobo ebook. A marriage in name only Except fate has a way of upsetting the best-laid plans The Marriage Bargain Format: Kobo ebook Published: August 17, Publisher: Gallery Books Language: The following ISBNs are associated with this title: Customer Reviews of The Marriage Bargain.
Shoot it even has an epilogue--I love epilogues--where you get to see Nick and Alexa some months after they declare their love, which is very sweet. The book is so wonderful that this is the second time that I've read it--both times cover to cover!
I loved it so much, that after I borrowed it from the library, I went and bought my own copy. So, if you're in the mood for a good, grown-up, realistic romance, look no further. Just get yourself a copy of this book, sit back, and enjoy. Happy reading!
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As a matter of fact, the real focus of the epilogue is Maggie, as evidenced by the fact that the chapter is labeled "Maggie. Both characters are introduced in this book, and the two even have a dinner date, although we, the readers, only hear about it after the fact; apparently it didn't go well.
Michael is a business contact of Nick's, who appears in the story, and eventually becomes a close friend.
Maggie, however, is convinced that Michael is in love with Alexa, and worries that he is a threat to her brother's marriage. She doesn't hide her feelings and is very hostile towards Michael. It's this love that Michael supposedly has for Alexa that he uses manipulate Maggie into agreeing to pretend to be his fiancee in book two.
I had to laugh when I read the blurb for that book, because while Michael obviously is very fond of Alexa, I don't for one second believe that he is in love with her. IMO, Michale has the hots for Maggie, but she can't see the forest for the trees. I can't wait to read that book! I have it on hold at my library, but if it's half as good as this one, I'll end up getting my own copy of that book too.
My poor wallet. I just pray I wont have to wait too long for a copy to become available.
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There is nothing that takes place in this book that makes me think the guy is a billionaire. If you read something like Fifty Shades of Grey or the Crossfire series, they takes trips, own multiple properties, fly on private jets, they are surrounded by luxurious apartments and homes, they're wearing the best brands, owning the best art, etc.
In this book, all they really do is go to a fancy party. He doesn't drive expensive cars, take her on vacations, etc. There's nothing real interesting or unique or intriguing about their sexual interactions and honestly, I almost wanted to skip over the sex because the love story was more interesting than the sex. There are some quite comical interactions between the two main characters that made me laugh out loud.
That was far more interesting than the sex.
James and Day may not be the best writers, but they do know how to write sex scenes that you don't want to put down, unlike this book, and they also know how to properly describe the billionaire lifestyle, unlike this book.
It's going to be hard for me to find the desire to want to continue with this series knowing that I'm reading it for the fantasy of a true billionaire lifestyle and wild sex and it's just not there.
It's also short, and therefore, does not leave a lot of room for the detailed descriptions that made the Fifty Shades and Crossfire series so popular. But I do.
And I want to give it all to you. So first I would like to thank Kelly Elliot for referencing this book in her Broken series because well after hearing about it I felt like I definitely needed to read it and I am so glad I did.
This book had me laughing, crying, and swooning. He comes from a loveless home, a place where he grew up without acknowledgement, care, or validation that all children need. He determined very early on in his life that he would NEVER be like his father, and therefore he would not get attached to women, he would never get married and he would never have children.
However when his Uncle passes away and leaves him his architect firm, with the stipulation that he must marry and stay married for a year in order to acquire said business and achieve his dreams She wants nothing more than to help her struggling parents with their financial issues.
So Alexa decides to cast a spell, a love spell to send the perfect guy with the extra money to help her parents out. Maggie, Alexa's childhood and current best friend has a way to solve both Nick, her brothers problem of needing a wife, and Alexa's financial problems with one proposal.
Nick should marry Alexa!
Alexa and Nick have harbored some feelings for each other since childhood and these feelings are sure to reemerge and wreak havoc on this relationship that is supposed to be fake. Needless to say before long what was meant to be a loveless, sexless, sham becomes so much more Too bad the one thing he never wanted was a wife. But that was before Nick saw Alexa again and realized how the little girl grew up into a beautiful and incredible woman who keeps surprising him at every turn. Will they be able to keep the convenience in their marriage and the passion out, or will things unravel before either expects?
One of the things I loved most about this book was that it was so predictable, and yet felt fresh at the same time. It incorporated so many different tropes that I absolutely love and adore in my contemporary romance.
They had a friends to lovers relationship while being forced to smile and put on a happy facade to their families and friends. And for that reason alone, it was fabulous.It's a gorgeous picture, so it's not that. Good if you want your typical romance book with an interesting storyline.
Maggie was such a sassy character Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by Margaret Coward from Wasted my money What a waste like it was written by an oversexed 4 year old. He writes this hilarious list of requirements for his soon-to-be bride captive: How I got this book: Review copy from publisher A marriage in name only… To save her family home, impulsive bookstore owner, Alexa Maria McKenzie, casts a love spell.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Heather from The marriage Bargain Great fun, easy read!