Title:First Comes Marriage (Dreamspun Desires #2)
Series: Dreamspun Desires #2
Author: Shira Anthony
Release Date: January 15, 2016
Genre(s): M/M; Fake-to-Real Relationship; Romance
Page Count: 262
Reviewed by: Jaime
Heat Level: 3 flames out of 5
Rating: 4 stars out of 5
Their marriage was supposed to be all business….
When struggling novelist Chris Valentine meets Jesse Donovan, he’s interested in a book contract, or possibly a date. The last thing Chris expects is a marriage proposal from New York City’s most eligible bachelor!
Jesse’s in a pinch: to keep control of his company, he has to marry. So he has valid reasons for offering Chris this business deal. In exchange for living in a gorgeous mansion for a year, playing the doting husband, Chris gets all the writing time he wants and walks away with a million dollar payoff. Surely Chris can handle that. He can handle living with the most handsome and endearing man he’s ever met, a man he immediately knows he wants in the worst way and can’t have. Or can he?
A Dreamspun Desires title
This is book 2 in Dreamspinner Press’s new Dreamspun Desires Collection
Dreamspun Desires are contemporary category romance novels, complete with your favorite heartwarming heroes, captivating plots, and exotic settings. These titles are all about happily ever afters that leave you with a satisfied smile for days.
In this book, much like the title suggests the two MC find themselves in a real marriage based in a fake relationship. Jesse needs to get married or lose control of his families enterprise. Chris, a struggling writer is propositioned by Jesse … Be his husband for a year and come out of the deal rich enough to never work again Plus have the year they are married to devote to his writing. After a year, they both walk away.
Nothing ever goes as planned with matters of the heart. Can these two make it a year? What about their families? Could real feelings develop? These are all issues not planned for when Jesse and Chris decided that in their relationship…First Comes Marriage….but what follows ?